Holiday home in Alresford, South Downs, Essex
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Set in the wonderful Itchen Valley,don't miss the Bush Inn at Ovington, a 17th Century pub -where you can enjoy a cool drink before a walk along the banks of the River Itchen. Or if you are looking for a great family day out, Paultons Park and Peppa Pig World are only a short 20 mile drive away.
Dining roomDining table
BedroomsDouble bedTwin beds
Leisure activitiesSwingGarden games
- The Northington Riding school is very close
- Set in a 600 acre landscaped Park
- Opera festival hosted hosted between June and July
The Clock Tower: sleeps 4 + 1 child in 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and 1 shower room. Access to garden area and parking.
Entrance hall with WC
Stairs to first floor
Open plan kitchen and living area. Modern and well equipped kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, electric oven and hob, fridge. TV (Freeview). Very comfortable sofa, chairs and wood burner. Wooden dining table.
Bathroom with bath, WC and sink.
Steps up to Bedroom 1 (sleeps 2) king sized double bed with comfy mattress and views to the Grange.
Shower room with sink.
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2), 2 x single beds.
Parking is for 2 cars in the courtyard of the clock tower building.
There is a beautiful garden area below the Tower where guests can enjoy outdoor living and views. Garden games are offered include badminton and swing ball. There are wonderful walks in the parkland around.
There is one z bed for an extra child
A chef/cook can come and prepare and cook meals in the apartment if required.
It is possible to book riding at equestrian centre in the park on arrival.
The Clock Tower is a magnificent apartment set over 2 floors and part of an old stable building on the grounds of a fabulous Hampshire sporting estate. Accessed via a hallway at the ground floor and set over a further 2 floors up into the clock tower itself; the apartment is surrounded by over a thousand acres of beautiful countryside in the Itchen and Candover Valleys close to Winchester. From the window you’ll overlook the historic core of the estate which is called Grange Park; a 600 acre landscaped park and neo classical Grade 1 country house called the Grange, which is now in the guardianship of English Heritage. The house is no longer occupied but it hosts a wonderful opera festival every year, which is not to be missed in June and July.
Accommodation comprises of a cosy living room and kitchen with a blazing wood burner on the first floor and with gorgeous views out over Grange Park. As it is a tower you should expect stairs; the first bedroom has a wonderful king sized bed you’ll want to dive into after a busy day exploring and a further bedroom on the second floor with two twin beds. You can also find a modern rainfall shower room and another separate bathroom, giving it a lovely feeling of space and homeliness for 4 guests.
There is access to a garden area below the tower from where you can admire the views, sip your tea and catch up on some well-deserved reading whilst listening to peaceful countryside sounds surrounding you. Garden games offered include Badminton and Swingball.
Accessed via unmade roads, this glorious property will suit walkers and country living lovers looking for a unique Hampshire escape. The Northington Riding school is very close by where you can arrange riding lessons or a one off pony ride, great for the kids. It is the perfect accommodation for both families and couples wanting a rural getaway.
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