Damerham

Damerham is a small village in the little bulge of Hampshire that borders Wiltshire and Dorset, a place pretty enough to be protected from development and consequently with some fine cottages and farmsteads in pleasant agricultural country... Read More

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Compasses Inn

Compasses Inn
The Compasses Inn at Damerham has been an Inn for over 400 years. At one time it was virtually self sufficient, with its own brewery, coach house, dairy, well and butchery. The old brew tower ... More | visit website

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White Wing at Compasses Inn Cottages

White Wing at Compasses Inn Cottages

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Just 3 miles from the New Forest National Park, these two newly converted cottages nestle in the heart of the ancient village of Damerham its Norman ... More

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Blue Charm at Compasses Inn Cottages

Blue Charm at Compasses Inn Cottages

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Just 3 miles from the New Forest National Park, these two newly converted cottages nestle in the heart of the ancient village of Damerham its Norman ... More

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Compasses Inn (0.46 miles)

Compasses Inn
The Compasses Inn at Damerham has been an inn for over 400 years. At one time it was virtually self sufficient with its own brewery, coach house, dairy, well and butchery (all of which ... More | visit website
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Alderholt Mill (1.43 miles)

Alderholt Mill
Welcome to Alderholt Mill, a picturesque working water mill situated in the peace and quiet of the Dorset/Hampshire countryside. An idyllic spot to relax and unwind. The Mill machinery is in working order, ... More | visit website
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Wheelers Cottage (2.07 miles)

Wheelers Cottage
Welcome to our home, this newly refurbished Cottage is situated on the outskirts of Alderholt, with stunning views across Hampshire down towards the river Avon at Fordingbridge. To the east we have woodlands and west ... More | visit website
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Augustus John (2.23 miles)

Augustus John

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The Augustus John, formerly known as The Railway Hotel, is located on the edge of The New Forest and is within minutes of some of the most beautiful sights in ... More

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Three Lions (The) (3.83 miles)

Three Lions (The)

A family run English 'Auberge' dating back to the 17th Century, set in the beautiful New Forest National Park. A Hidden Gem where you can come and go without the formality of a hotel. Let ... More | visit website

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Cottage Crest (4.19 miles)

Cottage Crest
Cottage Crest is the home of the Cadman family which is reflected in the family antique furniture and pictures which are dotted around the house. There are only three bedrooms to let; two in the ... More | visit website
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Kingfisher Retreat (4.34 miles)

Kingfisher Retreat

Kingfisher Retreat has its own secluded lodge with stunning views over our own spring fed lake and landscape gardens.
The Cottage and the Lodge are of a high standard and quality.
Kingfisher Retreat is within the New Forest, ... More | visit website

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The Bull (5.39 miles)

The Bull
The Bull sits on the A338 at the junction to the village of Downton. It offers a traditional English pub and restaurant with letting rooms. It boasts large beer garden at the rear of the ... More | visit website
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High Corner Inn (6.42 miles)

High Corner Inn

The High Corner Inn has seven double rooms with en-suite bathrooms. All rooms have colour television plus tea and coffee making facilities. The rooms have recently been tastefully decorated and are maintained to the highest ... More | visit website

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Woodfalls Inn (6.51 miles)

Woodfalls Inn
Traditional English Inn on the northern edge of the New Forest, south of Salisbury Cathedral which has 10 beautifully decorated bedrooms with all services, two four posters and a family suite; a bar; A la ... More | visit website

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