15 minutes off the A303 takes you into a pastoral delight. Picture perfect thatched cottage/house set in lovely gardens with immaculate lawn and bountiful herbacious borders. Beautiful back garden leading to pond which must be gorgeous in the spring with bluebells. Chickens pottering around the back and producing excelent eggs for breakfast.
Inside the rooms are cosy, tucked upstairs. Comfortable bed and a good bathroom down the end of the hall. Good towels and bathrobes. Copious hot water, good shower and an inviting tub. Good selection of books to browse if you are staying for a while.
Downstairs a very nice dining and sitting area. Large communal table which sparks good chats with a suprsiing mix of guests. Liz produces a huge and excellent breakfast. She is a warm and knowledgeble host. Our only regret was that our stay was so brief. We ate at the local pub; fine but would try Liz's cooking next time. This would be an excellent place for a relaxing weekend with Winchester, Salisbury, Romney and Stonehenge all within 15-30 minutes.
Excellent value. We paid more for much less elsewhere on our trip.