Home rental in Sherfield English, Hampshire

Property reference 174535

Just a short drive to the entrance of the New Forest, this quaint character cottage in the heart of Hampshire is the perfect place for a countryside escape. With a pub next door and a short distance from historical Salisbury for culture and a spot of retail therapy, the best of both worlds awaits you. More details...

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Location

The Brewhouse is located in the village of Sherfield English, just 10 minutes’ drive from the town of Romsey which is on the banks of the famous Test River and is a vibrant market town with thriving farmers market, historic buildings and a great sports centre with fun swimming rapids for the younger guests. Only 6 miles away is the famous Paultons Park and Peppa Pig World, a great day out for the whole family.

Just a few yards down the road is the Hatchet Inn, serving delicious food if you’re in need of a good meal and a little tipple when you don’t fancy cooking. There are also a variety of footpaths accessible from the cottage for easy access into the countryside around, if you are the adventurous walker.

Salisbury and it's historical cathedral is just a short 20 minute drive away, where you can walk through the heart of Salisbury’s shopping and cultural heart. Stylish eateries and cafes' are all around whilst Salisbury Cathedral and Salisbury Playhouse are on your must do list.

Of course, any visitor to this area will be keen to go and see Stonehenge, which is just a 40 minute drive away and perfect for a family excursion into the countryside. Unlike any structure on this earth, the mysterious stones continue to amaze holiday makers to this day, so make sure you get there early in the morning or late in the day to avoid the rush.

Longleat, England’s first safari park is a great day out for the all and of course a visit to the New Forest can't go a miss and is one of the largest remaining areas of unenclosed forest, where ponies, donkeys and deer roam freely. With a wealth of places to explore, from beautiful gardens, museums, leisure and wildlife parks each season provides a change of scenery, from the rich deep colours of spring and summer to the seasons of mists and mellow fruitfulness..

If you enjoy high end dining, head for the famous 'Lime Wood' that offer's world class Italian food under the watchful eye of Angela Harnett, one of Gordon Ramsey's protégées. Or try “The Pig” offering funky dining in glorious surroundings with 100% locally sourced ingredients.

The National Trust house at Mottisfont is only 10 minutes drive, with its world famous rose gardens and glorious grounds we would highly recommend you take an afternoon to visit. Located on the banks of the crystal clear waters of the River Test, famous for its trout, the house is also a perfect stop off point for walkers or cyclists.

Description

  • Property type

    Cottage
  • General

    Central heating
    Garden
  • Kitchen

    Dishwasher
    Microwave
    Electric hob
    Washing machine
  • Living room

    TV
  • Dining room

    Dining table
  • Bathrooms

    Bath
    Shower
  • Bedrooms

    Double bed
    Single bed
  • Leisure activities

    BBQ

  • Close to Romsey and Salisbury
  • Local pub within walking distance
  • Close to Peppa Pig World

Amenities

The Brewhouse: Sleeps 5 in 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom. Good sized garden and private parking, with access to owners garden also.

Ground Floor

Sitting room with TV (freeview) and log burner.

Kitchen and wooden dining table with dishwasher and microwave, electric hob and oven. Washing machine.

First Floor

Bedroom 1 (sleeps 2), king size double bed that can be a twin if required. Sink.

Bathroom with separate shower and small bath. No WC.

Separate WC.

Bedroom 2 (sleeps 1), 1 x single bed.

Bedroom 3 (sleeps 2) king sized double bed

Outside

Terrace with table and chairs.

Small garden area as well as access to the owners largely wooded garden

Parking

Services

Wi-Fi

Central heating


Exposed woodwork and low ceilings give the house a very warm cottage character and is a great weekend or longer stay holiday venue all year round for you to enjoy in this stunning part of Hampshire. Originally part of the next door villa and pub, the Brewhouse was used as a brewery until the end of world war 2.

You may still find that hops still grow wild in the garden and nearby hedgerows.

Modern interior fittings are perfectly balanced within the cottage, which offers you a comfortable home from home feel with a delightful level of comfort that will have you winding down instantly after a busy day.

The living areas are complete with a roaring log burner in the sitting room, a modern shabby chic kitchen with dining table for a delicious sociable meal, and three upstairs bedrooms that help complete the country cottage feel. Outside there is a lovely terrace with BBQ that overlooks the gardens, perfect for a warm evening and a spot of alfresco dining.

With the friendly owners onsite to help out if needed and the freedom of their wooded gardens to explore, the Brewhouse will tick all your holiday and short break boxes.

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