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  • Shafts Barn

    West Meon, Hampshire
    • Sleeps4
    • Bedrooms2
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    Formerly an ancient farm building, you'll find stylish and cosy accommodation inside this timber-clad property. (Ref. 988900)

    7 nights from £653

    Last booked 2 days ago
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  • Little Owl

    High Cross, Hampshire
    • Sleeps6
    • Bedrooms3
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    Utterly charming, quintessential English country cottage with eyebrow-thatch windows and picture-postcard appearance at the western end of the South Downs National Park. (Ref. 989002)

    7 nights from £791

  • The Garden Studio

    Hampshire, Hampshire
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    Very cute barn, (very spacious - please note!) set in beautiful rural location. (Ref. 988898)

    7 nights from £416

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Located on the banks of the River Meon, West Meon is an attractive village in the heart of Hampshire mentioned in the Domesday Book. There are charming stone cottages, some with thatched roofs, and a pretty church, rebuilt in the 19th century. For shopping and dining, you'll find a village shop and cafe, a local butcher (award winning sausages) and the Thomas Lord pub (named after the founder of Lord's Cricket Ground).