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White Hart Inn
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A lovely site in the heart of the valley of the River Test; a wide main street with pleasingly varied shops and houses; a view of trees and fields as the hills rise at the end of the High Street - these are the first things which strike the visitor to our town.

Those who stop find a remarkable variety of shops and galleries in which to browse. If they want a meal or a drink or stay for a night, there are many welcoming hotels, pubs and guest houses, some of which were once coaching inns. They can feed ducks in one of the streams which run beneath the road. Or they can walk down by the gently rippling river, the finest trout stream in England, with swans, coot, moorhens and the occasional heron to be seen. Not far off there is the Iron Age hillfort at Danebury, built by our Forebears 2,500 years ago. Its massive ramparts still have the power to impress.

Around us are many places to visit, many footpaths to explore, all in Hampshire countryside which remains rich in beauty, despite all the changes of the past century.

Whether for a brief stopover or a longer stay, Stockbridge has much to offer. You can learn more about its history, its special features and its environment in the pages of this web site. We hope it will tempt you to come and see all that goes on in this well-loved town.


H H Accountancy
Hazell Minshall & Co
Portstaff Management Ltd


Broughton Down Wildlife Reserve
Danebury Ring
Danebury Vineyards Ltd
Houghton Lodge Gardens and Hydroponicum
Museum of Army Flying


Fair View Farm


Stockbridge Surgery


Grosvenor Hotel
Mill Arms
White Hart Inn

Pub and Bar

Abbots Mitre
Crown Inn
Peat Spade


Abbots Mitre
Clos du Marqui

Crown Inn
Peat Spade
Stokes of Stockbridge




Bossington House
Horsebridge Station
Longwood Shooting Lodge
Museum of Army Flying

Sports Clubs

Stocksbridge (Amateur Football)


Dairy Barn Farm Shop
The Anchorage
Stockbridge Pharmacy
Orvis Co Inc
The Wykeham Gallery
Courcoux & Courcoux
Lillie of Stockbridge
Beccys Greengrocers

John Robinson Family Butcher
Garden Inn
Longstock Park Nursery
Leckford Estate Fruit Farm


Acorn Shooting School(Shooting)
Spitfire Shoot(Shooting)

Places to Stay near Stockbridge

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Grosvenor Hotel (0.12 miles)

Grosvenor Hotel

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The Grosvenor Hotel is a traditional coaching inn located in the centre of this old market town. It has a pretty country garden and the oak panelled restaurant serves a variety ... More

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White Hart Inn (0.22 miles)

White Hart Inn

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The White Hart Inn is situated in the village of Stockbridge, near the New Forest. The building was originally a 15th century coaching in, now converted to a modern comfortable ... More

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The Three Cups Inn (0.31 miles)

The Three Cups Inn
The Three Cups has has wooden beamed ceilings, stone-wood flooring, handcrafted oak tables and chairs, fresh flowers, open fires places and candle light. Creating an intimate atmosphere. Our eight ensuite bedrooms are elegantly decorated, ... More | visit website
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Highfield Country House (0.37 miles)

Highfield Country House
Highfield Country Guest House sits high on chalk farmland that was once an occupied Iron-age hillfort. Set in 2 acres of a beautifully matured garden, with lovely views of the Test Valley, we are just ... More | visit website
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York Lodge (3.92 miles)

York Lodge
The well-appointed and comfortable accommodation is in a self-contained wing of a charming modern house in a secluded, peaceful garden. The picturesque village of Nether Wallop was used as setting for Agatha Christie’s “Miss ... More | visit website
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The White Lion Inn (4.12 miles)

The White Lion Inn

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Located in the heart of the historic red bricked and thatched village of Wherwell deep within the Test Valley, our 17th Century former coaching Inn and our friendly staff provide ... More

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Lainston House Hotel (5.59 miles)

Lainston House Hotel

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This elegant William and Mary house was built in the 17th century and is set in 63 acres of Hampshire's downland countryside, situated on the outskirts of the historic city of ... More

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The Mill Arms (6.21 miles)

The Mill Arms
The Mill Arms is an attractive eighteenth century country Inn situated in the heart of Test Valley countryside. With an award winning reputation for good food and fine wines, coupled with a warm and friendly ... More | visit website
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Mill Arms (6.21 miles)

Mill Arms

The Mill Arms nestles in the heart of the Test Valley countryside with stunning natural beauty all around. An added convenience is the excellent road and rail links to the historic cities of Winchester, Southampton, ... More | visit website

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The Star Inn (6.28 miles)

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The Star Inn is a 17th century family-run freehouse. East Tytherley, the smallest village in the Test Valley - it is in an area celebrated for its beautiful woodland and ... More

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