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Mizzards Farm, Petersfield, Hampshire

Mizzards Farm

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Mizzards Farm is a lovely sixteenth century farmhouse set in 13 acres of gardens and fields beside a river. The bedrooms are all beautifully furnished with bathrooms en-suite. There is an elegant drawing room with a grand piano, and a first floor conservatory. Breakfast is taken in a magnificent vaulted room with an inglenook fireplace. There are delightful gardens and a heated swimming pool. The property is in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. There are wonderful walks, horse and car racing at Goodwood, polo at Cowdray Park and splendid cathedrals, churches, gardens and stately homes to visit. The Mary Rose and Victory ships at Portsmouth are always popular.


Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Person

Double: £36 - £42
Twin: £38
Single: £55
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