Newlands Farm B&B
Accommodation at Newlands Farm is in the farmhouse, cottage & new barn. The green oak-framed timber barn has just opened & has 3 en-suite rooms, one especially for the disabled. All can be single/twin or double occupancy.
Underfloor heating & a wood-burning stove keep it warm. The cottage is a converted farm stable & has 2 en-suite rooms, one single, one double.
3 further rooms are available in the farmhouse which dates from 1500. It is a fine timber-framed period house with an inglenook fireplace.
Each room has colour TV & Wi-fi.
Breakfast is served from 6.45am in the farmhouse kitchen, with its homely Aga. Home-made porridge, bread & marmalade are all popular. Guests can cook their evening meals in their own kitchen & dining room.
There are fine views & country walks around the area. Also ample off-road parking for all. The historic village of Odiham, 2 miles away, has several fine restaurants as well as the usual amenities. The Basingstoke canal runs through Odiham, with good towpath walking & cycling & boating from Galleon Marine.
The ancient castle on the towpath is where King John stayed on his way to Runnymede to sign the Magna Carta in 1215. The Vyne, a National Trust property is near Basingstoke.
Trips to London are easy using Winchfield station up to Waterloo (50 minutes).
Room charges range from £25-£54/person/night.
Mary Saunders owns & runs the arable farm as well as the B&B. She puts great emphasis on making her guests feel at home. Some have stayed Monday-Friday for several years & consider it their second home.
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This page was last updated: 26 November 2014