Sleeps 10-12 plus infants. Gym.

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12 ospiti, 5 camere da letto, 5 letti, 3,5 bagni (anche di servizio)
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A specious, grade II listed house in the historic picturesque village of Nether Wallop, in the heart of the Test Valley, famous for world class trout fishing. 4 miles from Stockbridge, between Cathedral cities of Salisbury & Winchester near Stonehenge.

5 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms (1 en-suite), 2 sitting rooms with wood burners, a large hall provides additional seating, kitchen dining, studio gym. South facing garden, 2 patios, bbq, fire-pit, croquet, pétanque, hanging chairs, benches & loungers.

Lo spazio
The oldest part of the house dates back to the Elizabethan era, with significant updating taking place in Georgian times and again in the twentieth century. Consequently the house is quite quirky, walls & floors are not necessarily flat! The fifth bedroom is on the ground floor with the second bathroom above it.

A well-equipped kitchen boasts an aga, operational in autumn & winter months & a cooking range, essential appliances include a dishwasher, fridge freezer with filtered water & ice maker, TV & a bean-to-cup coffee machine.

In addition to central heating wood burners can be used in both sitting rooms. Wood is provided. An additional seating area is available in the spacious hall.

The gym has a weights stand & bench, dumbbells, kettle bell & straps, a concept 2 erg (rowing machine), cross trainer, exercise (spin) bike, exercise ball, 2 yoga mats, yoga bricks, blocks & straps, with a large TV and fan.

In the garden there are 2 patios, one by the house, the other at the top of the garden, both have outdoor lights. Additional garden seating areas include a cast iron bistro table & chairs in the “bee” garden, perfect for a morning coffee or afternoon tea, two globo hanging chairs outside the gym entertain the old & young alike. Benches dotted around the garden provide plenty of opportunities to chase the sun or shade throughout the day. A BBQ (summer only) & a firepit are provided, as is a croquet set and pétanque. The top patio is the perfect place for sun downers.

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Parcheggio gratuito nella proprietà
Vasca da bagno
Patio o balcone
Cortile Privata
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Stockbridge, Inghilterra, Regno Unito

Food shopping in our local town of Stockbridge (5 miles away) is a lovely experience, it has a good range of small local shops ...

The Co-op sells delicious fresh baked croissants & breads and all basics. (It also houses the post office.)

Robinsons, a traditional butcher with sawdust on the floor also sells a number of cheeses.

Beccy’s the greengrocer stocks a good range of fresh fruit, vegetables, flowers, dried pulses, nuts, spices.

Thyme & Tides Deli has delicious cakes, cheeses, breads, a cafe & fishmonger.

The Garden Inn sells lovely gifts & beautiful arranged flowers.

Wine Utopia has a fantastic selection of wines & spirits.

The Little Whisky Shop sells other spirits too!

In addition to food shops we are spoilt for some seriously foodie restaurants & cafes in and around Stockbridge, booking is essential …

The Greyhound on the Test - beautiful food & setting, indoor & outside, always a treat.

The Grosvenor - recently refurbished, sensational food, lovely bar, raclette in Le Hutte, chalet style outdoor, covered setting. During the season open for Fisherman’s breakfast 8-10am.

The Clos du Marquis - French cuisine, for special occasion dining.

Thyme & Tide - lunch cafe and early Friday evening supper, the best take away scooped ice cream.

Woodfire Coffee Lab - Beautiful Pizza’s & wonderful fresh roasted coffee.

The Three Cups Inn - French pub food.

Purbani - yummy traditional style Bangladeshi cuisine, as well as classical Indian. Take outs.

More eat out choices in the surrounding villages...

The Peat Spade Inn, Longstock - traditional pub atmosphere, delicious food.

The Fox, Crawley - gastro pub style, superb food.


History & Interesting facts about Nether Wallop ...

Nether Wallop is the easternmost of the three villages collectively known as The Wallops, the other two being Over Wallop and Middle Wallop. The name "Wallop" derives from the Old English words waella and hop, which taken together roughly mean "the valley of springing water".

The village was the site of the Battle of Guoloph that took place around AD 440. The element 'Wallop' is first attested in the Domesday Book of 1086 as 'Wallope', while Nether Wallop is first attested as 'Wollop inferior' c. 1270 in Episcopal Registers.

Nether Wallop contains many old thatched cottages, and has been featured in books and TV programmes as one of the prettiest villages in England.

Dane Cottage in Five Bells Lane was used as Miss Marple's home in the village of St. Mary Mead for the BBC TV adaptations of the Agatha Christie novels. The house and many of the surrounding lanes within the village were used as the setting and are commonly seen throughout many of the Miss Marple films.

Sir Richard Reade (1511–1575), Lord Chancellor of Ireland, was a native of Nether Wallop, where his family were Lords of the Manor for several generations.

The conductor Leopold Stokowski died at his home in Nether Wallop on 13 September 1977.

Things to do & places to visit...

The church of St Andrew is partly Anglo-Saxon, and unique fragments of frescoes apparently dating to the late Anglo-Saxon period have been
discovered, the church is a few minutes walk, it’s fascinating history is available at

The historic Cathedral cities of Winchester & Salisbury are worth visiting. 2 stunning cathedrals. Shopping & dining opportunities.

The village Tennis Court is available within 5 minutes walk, a self booking & honesty payment system £2 per hour for adults, £1 for U16’s is located at the village hall, a few minutes walk away.

Children’s Play Park, some of the equipment is currently being replaced & so unavailable, it is situated next to the tennis court & there is a bug house for insects!

The Recreation Ground has senior & junior football nets in season. Free to use.

The Village Green at the bottom of our lane, a couple of minutes walk away is a lovely picnic spot, hours of fun for kids, big & small, building dams in the brook, playing poo sticks from the bridge, a shallow chilly fresh spring water stream.

Local walks, are stunning and numerous. For a longer walk you can join the ancient pilgrims route the Clarendon Way at the end of Buckholt Road just over 2 miles away in Broughton & walk either to Winchester Cathedral (14 miles approx) or Salisbury Cathedral, (10 miles approx).

The Army Flying Museum, is a couple of miles away. The history of flying in the British Army. It is located beside the Army Air Corps Centre in Middle Wallop.

Danebury Iron Age Hillfort
is an Iron Age hill fort less than 10 minutes drive away. The site, covering 5 hectares, was excavated by Barry Cunliffe in the 1970s. Danebury is considered a type-site for hill forts, and was important in developing the understanding of hill forts, as very few others have been so intensively excavated. Built in the 6th century BC, the fort was used for almost 500 years, during a period when the number of hill forts in Wessex greatly increased. Danebury was remodelled several times, making it more complex and resulting in it becoming a "developed" hill fort. It is a Scheduled Monument and is surrounded by a Site of Special Scientific Interest, designated as Danebury Hill.

Longstock Park Farm Shop & Nursery, part of the Leckford Estate owned by the John Lewis Partnership a beautiful drive on single track roads, if you set your sat nav onto shortest, marginally further via Stockbridge if you prefer wider roads, an interesting nursery with a good choice of plants, excellent tea rooms & light lunches & you can pick up a bottle of wine and a few groceries from the farm shop.

Treerunners is 11 miles away, it’s an exciting, challenging and sometimes demanding activity that uses zip lines, snowboards and tarzan swings as well as other challenges to get you from tree to tree. Set in a beautiful oak forest, it is the perfect day out for families. Minimum height restrictions.

Stonehenge prehistoric monument is 11 miles away in Wiltshire. It consists of a ring of standing stones, each around 13 feet high, seven feet wide, and weighing around 25 tons.

Thruxton Motorsport Centre is a motor-racing circuit 6 miles away located near the village of Thruxton which hosts motorsport events including British Touring Cars and Formula 3 racing. It is often referred to as the "Fastest Circuit in the UK" where drivers can reach speeds of over 300 km/h (190 mph) and has earnt the reputation of being a true driver's track. To illustrate this, Damon Hill drove his Williams Formula One car around the circuit at an average speed of 147 mph in 1993. It offers driving experiences.

Thruxton Kart Centre is one of the very best outdoor kart circuits in the country. Located next to the main circuit, it's fast & challenging & great fun.

Bombay Saphire distillery based at Laverstoke Mill, half an hour’s drive away. The Distillery is in a conservation area with over 1000 years of history. For over 225 years, the Victorian and Georgian buildings set astride the crystal clear River Test produced bank note paper for the Bank of England and the British Empire. Now, Laverstoke Mill is a state-of-the-art sustainable distillery, which produces Bombay Sapphire gin. You can learn all about the botanicals in the iconic glasshouses designed by Thomas Heatherwick. Tours, as well as cocktail masterclasses are available.

Marwell Zoo is 16 miles away the perfect place to visit when looking for things to do with kids. The 140-acre wildlife park is home to hundreds of animals, from endangered Amur tigers, snow leopards and white rhinos to giraffes, gibbons and penguins.

The New Forest lovely for walks, picnics & to see the wild horses. Just outside the New Forest is a lovely pub The Rockingham Arms for great food.

Lepe Country Park, for a picnic on the beach and a great kids play park.

National Trust properties ...

Mottisfont House & Gardens, 6 miles away.

Wilton House 14 miles away, beautiful house, superb grounds & play park, for the more adventurous younger children.

Longleat Safari Park

Beaulieu Motor Museum

Beaches include ...
- The Jurassic Coast
- Barton-on-Sea
- Mudeford Beach
- Hengistbury Head
- Lepe Country Park

Portsmouth Historic Dock Yard with the beautiful HMS Victory.

Paultons Park, theme park incorporating Pepper Pig World.

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Host: Catherine

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