Upper Neatham Mill Farm Guest House

Historic Guest Accommodation in Holybourne, West Sussex

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Upper Neatham Mill Lane Holybourne
Holybourne
West Sussex
England
GU34 4EP

Upper Neatham Mill Farm Guest House, Holybourne

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Accommodation Description:

Converted 17th Century barn situated 1 mile north of Alton centre. Tranquil location on the River Wey at Holybourne, surrounded by 11 acres of private gardens and woodland.All rooms en-suite, furnished to exceptional standards with antique furniture, luxury bedding and modern facilities with wireless broadband available. Catering for executive business and tourism with friendly and professional attention to detail.

For more information go to:- www.upperneatham.co.uk

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From: £76.50

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