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Old Drapery Guesthouse
Middle Wallop
Stockbridge
Hampshire

SO20 8HN | View map

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The Old Drapery Guest House is situated in the delightful village of Middle Wallop; between Andover and Salisbury.This versatile Georgian village house; sat beside the bubbling brook is located in the heart of the Test Valley and dates back to 1825. It is situated in the delightful village of Middle Wallop; between Andover and Salisbury. The Old Drapery Guesthouse offers you a wealth of comfort to make your stay a special one. The Wallops; made up of Over; Middle and Nether Wallop are filled with chocolate box thatched cottages with the Wallop brook meandering through the centre. This has been used as a setting for Agatha Christie's "Miss Marple" TV series.Our four guest bedrooms are all en-suite and well furnished. Sky television is available in all bedrooms. Tea and coffee facilities and bathrobes are provided.There are many places to visit in and around the area. We are close to the historical cities of Salisbury and Winchester and the town of Andover which is only a ten minute drive from our location.

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