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  1. Farm stay
  2. Headbourne Worthy
A Unique Farm Retreat

There’s something magical about The Granary. Set in acres of farmland with spectacular sunrises and sunsets, The Granary brims with rustic charm. A dreamy hideaway with an outdoor copper bath and wood fired hot tub. An idyllic get-away-from-it-all yet only 3 miles to historic Winchester. Soak amid hot water, steam and fresh air surrounded by nature and birdsong, enjoy magnificent sunsets from the ‘Sundowner’ or cosy up toasting marshmallows over the fire pit - a perfect escape to unwind.

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  1. Private room
  2. Hampshire
Double room with parking, Winchester

Room with ensuite in modern first floor apartment in Winchester. One mile north of city centre, and it's many attractions and restaurants. It takes around 20 minutes to walk to the city centre, or a 2-3 minute drive. Communal areas are shared with the owner. Guests can enjoy: - double bedroom - free parking - own private bathroom (facing bedroom, across hall) - use of communal areas (kitchen, dining and living room) - use of washer/dryer Communal areas are shared with the owner.

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  1. Private room
  2. Kings Worthy
lovely, quiet, safe single room in welcoming home

Enjoy a warm welcome at our home in a lovely village 10 minutes outside Winchester.  The accommodation is within a spacious, stylish house with lovely gardens, a single room, with a modern family bathroom (including a spa bath) and office shared or sole use as a double room is listed separately. Kings Worthy Village has fantastic travel links to Winchester, London and across the South Coast.  We have bikes and paddleboards available, and three friendly cats!

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  2. Southampton
Single room, Free parking, Wi-Fi
  1. Private room
  2. Hampshire
Double Bedroom in quiet house
  1. Private room
  2. Southampton
Double Bed FastWifi Free Parking Tea (3)
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Warsash
Flat, private, Warsash next to WMA
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  1. Private room
  2. Holbury
West Winds
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  1. Private room
  2. Hampshire
Eco-friendly Townhouse with Solar Panels and Rain Water Collection
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  1. Private room
  2. Hampshire
Terraced Cottage, close public tr, leisure -shop
  1. Private room
  2. Winchester
City centre room with own shower room
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Hampshire
Guest Suite (Studio) At 11 St James Terrace
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Hampshire
Pretty self contained annexe
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  1. Private room
  2. Hampshire
Double room, private bathroom, parking, quiet area
  1. Private room
  2. Southampton
Double Bed FastWifi+Netflix free parking tea (2)

Your guide to Hampshire

Welcome to Hampshire

Hampshire is known for its love of all things nautical. Its southern coastline, which looks across the Solent to the Isle of Wight, is home to the busy port cities of Southampton and Portsmouth, whose history has encompassed everything from ancient fishing fleets to industrial dockyards, and famed naval endeavours to prestigious yacht racing. Across the estuary west of Southampton lies the New Forest National Park, which is, contrary to its name, one of England’s most ancient woodlands, having been a hunting ground for William the Conqueror nearly 1,000 years ago. With market towns and quaint villages, not to mention the cathedral city of Winchester, Hampshire maintains an air of gentility to match the natural beauty that spills across its chalk downs and river valleys.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Hampshire?

May to September is a busy time on the coast, with many regattas and festivals to enjoy. The Southampton International Boat Show, the United Kingdom’s largest watersports festival, takes place in September, while the Solent attracts sailors and yachts from across the globe for its international racing for Cowes Week in August. The New Forest is popular in summer, though like the coast it can be just as delightful in the spring and the autumn. No matter when you choose to stay in one of Hampshire’s holiday cottages, know that the weather can be unpredictable in typical British fashion, and rain is a part of life here. Other notable events include the Farnborough International Airshow and the annual Army Show in the military town of Aldershot, both in July, and there’s also a Regency Week Festival in Alton and Chawton in June.


What are the top things to do in Hampshire?

Lymington

This small coastal town at the base of the New Forest has a long history that dates back to the Saxons, one that fills its narrow streets with period buildings and character. Lymington has two marinas and a rich sailing heritage, and you can swim in the open-air seawater baths built by the Georgians. Its marshy coastline, a nature reserve, offers lovely walks and views.

St Catherine’s Hill

On the southern outskirts of Winchester, this chalk hill is worth the climb for the stunning views it offers over the city and its cathedral spires and the surrounding Itchen Valley. Approximately 100 steps take you to the summit, where you can still see the earthwork outlines of an Iron Age fort, and the surrounding downland is often covered in butterflies.

Petersfield

Once an important coach stop on the route from Portsmouth to London, this typical Hampshire market town still hosts regular markets and has a thriving arts scene. It’s surrounded by the scenic South Downs, with Queen Elizabeth Country Park just a short drive south, and picturesque villages in easy reach.

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