18th century cottage in rural Hampshire village

18th century cottage in rural Hampshire village

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our beautiful cottage is ideally situated in Hartley Wintney, a pretty Hampshire village (only 50min by train to central London).. A quaint English village which is voted one of the best place to live in the South of England. The house dates back to 1840 and has been renovated to make it into a family home with two double bedrooms, a single bedroom, family bathroom, shower room, spacious kitchen plus a gym.
Hartley Wintney offers a range of shops and restaurants and other facilities including numerous pubs and coffee shops, as well as the oldest cricket pitch in England.
Visitors often like to visit nearby places including Windsor (30mins), Odiham (15mins), Farnham (15mins), The Four Seasons Hampshire (10mins), Heckfield Place (10mis), Richmond (35mins), London (50mins),

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More about us

  1. We're a couple with a young son who is 3 yo

  2. Paul runs a kitchen business and Claire works in IT

  3. We love being outdoors, the beach, travelling to new places.

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Where is it?

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Hartley wintney is a quaint village in Hampshire with the oldest cricket pitch in England. 2 cosy pubs, cafes and of course the cricket. The village centre offers independent retailers, 2 pubs, a cricket club, golf club, a theatre, three ponds and woodland. A rural village with a well-preserved landscape and excellent commuter links to London.

Buzzy restaurants
The Phoenix Pub, Wild Carrot, Leather Bottle, Heckfield Place, (Odiham) Bell and Dragon
Cool bars
Phoenix Pub, Waggon Pub, Wild Carrot Bar,
Cozy cafés
The Courtyard, White Lion Antiques, West Green House
Retail therapy
Hartley Wintney village, White Lion Antiques
Bit of culture
West Green House
Walks in the park
The green nr cricket pitch
Spot of exercise
Wood at back of house
Day tripping
Windsor, Guildford, Farnham, Odiham, London

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