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County - Hampshire | Map
Tel code: 01252 | code search
Postcode: RG27 | code search
Population: 5000
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"when we first moved to the village we tried the monsoon and agreed this was a realy good restaurant both in category of food and service ! then we tried ..." More

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"Hartney Wintney is a large picturesque village in Hampshire, home to 5,000 people complete with Village Green, Duck pond, and Coaching Inns from Centuries past. The River Hart edges the ..." More

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Dating back to around the 12th century the village of Hartley Wintney grew more quickly in the 18th century due to its location on the London-Exeter coaching route. One of the best known features of Hartley Wintney are the Mildmay Oaks. In 1805 the British Fleet fought and beat the combined naval forces of Spain and France at the Battle of Trafalgar in one of the most significant naval battles of the Napoleonic War, Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood had fought at the Battle of Trafalgar and following this battle asked landowners to plant oak trees to provide timber for the nation’s naval ships. In response to this Lady St John Mildmay planted oak trees which are still a feature of the village today. Much of the village layout is attributable to the land owners who controlled the area, the Elvetham Estate and the London to Exeter road governed the use of the land so that common land and heathland abut the village with woodland that was formerly grazing land through to the centre of the village with its Oak and Cricket Commons. The area is home to around 100 listed buildings and whilst the area has been primarily an agricultural based economy the village did at one time have a brewery and a tannery. In keeping with its historical associations the village is more recently famous for its connections with the antique trade. Today with its golf club, cricket club, local shops, good local amenities and rural surroundings the town of Hartley Wintney is one of the more desirable places to live in or visit if you are in Hampshire.

Dentist

Quaintways Cottage Dental Surgery

Doctor

Hartley Wintney Surgery

Golf Club

Hartley Wintney

Inn

Lamb Hotel

Market

Hartley Wintney Country Market

Pub and Bar

The Cricketers
Waggon & Horses

Restaurant

Agnello
Mama Mia
Monsoon Tandoori Restaurant
Odiham Spice
The Cricketers
Wok This Way

School

Grey House School
Oakwood Infant School

Solicitor

Bennett Solicitors

Sports Clubs

Hartley Wintney (Amateur Football)

Shops

The Bronze Gallery
Organically Speaking
Raffles

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Cornishware Cafe
The Village
Hartley Wintney Traditional Butchers
Hartley Bakery
Warings Bakery
Moutan Flowers
Teejays Hair & Beauty

Antiques

David Lazarus
Cedar Antiques Home
White Lion Antiques Centre

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Lamb Hotel (0.15 miles)

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A family run business set in the idyllic village of Hartley Wintney, The Lamb Hotel and Agnello Italian restaurant, is a 17th Century coaching Inn with 15 bedrooms and original ... More

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The Elvetham (1.01 miles)

The Elvetham

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The Elvetham is a stunning 19th Century Victorian Mansion, steeped in history, set in 35 acres of immaculate gardens and grounds in Hampshire.

The Elvetham hotel has 70 bedrooms available on ... More | visit website

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Winchfield Inn (1.51 miles)

Winchfield Inn

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for over two centuries travellers and local residents have enjoyed the hospitality comfort excellent ale, fine fayre and beautiful surroundings of this charming 17th century inn.The Inn is conveniently situated ... More

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Days Inn Fleet (2.11 miles)

Days Inn Fleet

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Close to Windsor Castle and Legoland, with Thorpe Park and Chessington within easy reach, this modern building offers smart, accommodation in spacious and well-equipped bedrooms. With a convenient location just off the ... More

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Hook House Hotel (2.47 miles)

Hook House Hotel

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Grade 2 Listed Georgian House set in 2 acres of sweeping lawns. 2 mins from M3 JNC 5, and less than 1 hour from London. Hook Station is 1 mile.2 ... More

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Lismoyne Hotel (2.85 miles)

Lismoyne Hotel
A classic Country House Hotel set in 3 acres of landscaped grounds. A quiet, peaceful location yet only 2 minutes from Fleet Town Centre and perfect for both business & pleasure. The Lismoyne Hotel maintains ... More | visit website
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White Hart Hotel (3.00 miles)

White Hart Hotel

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The White Hart Hotel is situated in the centre of Hook. This 16th Century coaching house was the 5th licensed premises in England giving the bar and hotel bundle's ... More

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Warbrook House (3.11 miles)

Warbrook House

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Comprising of 2 venues: a traditional Georgian manor house and the Grange, a separate contemporary building with all modern comforts, this hotel provides a secluded and attractive location on the Hampshire/Berkshire ... More

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Raven Hotel (3.15 miles)

Raven Hotel

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The Raven is next to Hook Train Station (40 minutes to Waterloo) and 0.5 miles from the M3. The hotel has a friendly, traditional bar and restaurant, and en suite rooms. The ... More

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Heckfield Place (3.50 miles)

Heckfield Place

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Heckfield Place is a beautiful 18th Century country house resting in 65 acres of Georgian parkland with arboretum, gardens and two idyllic lakes. With 70 bedrooms, Heckfield Place offers you ... More

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