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B and Bs in Stockbridge

York Lodge
Five Bells Lane
Nether Wallop


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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 Marples” series and is also famous for its XI century Church with the oldest Anglo Saxon wall paintings still in situ in the country.

The village pub is three minutes' drive away and there are many excellent pubs and restaurants in Stockbridge (10 minutes’ drive) and surrounding villages. Equidistant from the Cathedral cities of Winchester and Salisbury, and within easy reach of Stonehenge, this is an ideal base for exploring southern England and is also a convenient stop-over for touring the West Country, being just off A30/A343 and only ten minutes drive from the A303 (Andover). (Approx. 1½ hrs drive London, 1¼ hrs Oxford, 1¼ hrs Bath)

Two en-suite twin/double bedrooms
Flat screen TV (Freeview/CD player) and Tea /Coffee making facilities in bedrooms
Breakfasts included
Independent entrance
Free use of fridge/freezer & microwave for evening meal if needed
Evening meal provided with 24 hour notice
cold buffet breakfasts
Free WiFi connection
Children 8+ welcomed.
Dog friendly
Private parking
Open all year
No smoking
Payment by cheque or cash, please


Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 2

Price per Person

Double: £80-£85
Twin: £80-£85
Single: £40-£60
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