Little Mead B&B

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Little Mead, Home Lane,, Sparsholt
Winchester
Hampshire
England
SO21 2NN

Little Mead B&B, Winchester

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A family home set in a charming village in a lovingly created garden, offering seclusion, peace, comfort and a warm welcome. Little Mead is an excellent base for cyclists, walkers and holidaymakers who are keen to enjoy the many attractions of Hampshire. It is particularly well sited for visitors to local businesses including Sparsholt College, IBM Hursley and NTL Aqiva in Crawley.

Little Mead is specially popular with guests attending wedding receptions at the nearby Lainston House Hotel.

Little Mead offers seclusion, peace and a glorious setting. It has its own lovingly created garden. It is situated just 3 1/2 miles from the ancient Cathedral City of Winchester and is easily accessible by Air (from Southampton, Heathrow and Gatwick) Road (via the M3, M27 and A34), Rail (Winchester Station is 3 1/2 miles away and offers good train services to London, the South West and North).

There is an hourly bus service on weekdays (but not on Bank Holidays) until the early evening. Little Mead welcomes holiday makers and business people alike. For the former it is an excellent centre for walking, cycling and for fishing trips and it is within easy travel distance of Stonehenge, Jane Austin's house at Chawton, Gilbert White's House at Selbourne, the Alresford steam railway, the New Forest, the Historic Naval museums at Portsmouth and, of course, Winchester itself.

It offers a good base for those having business at Sparsholt Agricultural College (0.5 miles), IBM Hursley, NTL Aqiva in Crawley, the Law Courts and Police HQ in Winchester and the army bases at Worthy Down and the Sir John Moore Training Regiment HQ. Families are particularly welcome as are guests attending weddings at the village church and Lainston House Hotel All three rooms have their own bathroom facililities, Wi-fi Broadband connections, Flat screen TV and tea and Coiffee making facilities.

 4 star rating

From: £70.00

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Winchester Travel and Heritage Information

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Queen Eleanor's Garden - 2.9 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Winchester City Mill - 2.9 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum - 3 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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