Sykes rating 5 Guests 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Pets Yes Features Off road parking Washing machine Broadband / WiFi Reviews 2 Customer Reviews "The property was a fantastic space it was just a shame that space was so dirty." There was cobwebs with flies in in three rooms, hair in the shower tray, thick dust of cooker hood with a hand print in it, children’s hand prints on the windows, hand prints and a lipstick kiss mark on the front door. The washing machine was dirty the tumble dryer hardly worked, every plate in the cupboard had food on it. The hand soap dispenser was so dirty I would not even move it let alone use it. There was dirt in the bath, three of the windows were cracked and one had two holes in it. The other hand soaps were watered down so ineffective. There was a plastic toy under the rug and sweet wrappers behind the tv unit. The skirting board behind the bedside table had a thick layer of dirt and dust. The fan was thick with dust. So this was definitely not Covid standards of clean or any standards. On the plus side the bed was very comfortable. I did report this and they offered to re clean however I had already done so and was working nights so there was not opportunity to do so also if they could not clean properly in the first place what hope was there for it second time around. Reviewed by Claire2.5★Feb 2022 "This place is a rare find." .. A fantastic loft conversion with an open space lounge/kitchen area above a pub! What more could you want?! We stayed for New Year as 2 of the couples in the party had children and so we needed a space for the children and for us all to gather together to celebrate but also wanted the experience of a pub for drinks and celebrations. The other couples stayed in rooms just off the courtyard through the pub. We were able to order breakfast and book tables for lunch/dinner at the pub if we wanted but had our own space to cook as well. Layout of the rooms was great and the cubby hole entrance to the loft room was loved by my 5 year old daughter! Rooms had en-suites as well as a family bathroom. U shaped sofa was immense and perfect for our group! Only negative feedback would be that the dishwasher wasn't working properly so the kitchenware wasn't as clean as we would've liked, even on arrival, and we ended up having to wash a lot of it again by hand which wasn't ideal. Also, the two en-suite toilets got backed up quite a few times which is a worry. Reviewed by Claire4.4★Dec 2021 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary First-floor duplex apartment Three bedrooms: 1 x first-floor king-size with TV, 1 x first-floor king-size, 1 x second-floor king size Bathroom with bath, basin, heated towel rail and WC Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC Cloakroom with basin and WC Kitchen/living room Dining room Snug Central heating Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV, WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Ample off-road parking Shared garden with with, patio and furniture Sorry, no smoking Pets welcome Shop 1.2 miles, pub 0.1 miles Note: There is limited headroom in the second-floor king-size room Note: Garden is shared with patrons of the pub The property In a remarkable grade II listed building, above the George & Dragon Hotel, near the town of Tadley, Hampshire, is this charming duplex apartment, Townsend. Set in the peaceful countryside and offering a rustic and homely setting, Townsend is a lovely base for families and friends alike who are looking to explore the delights of this fantastic county. A large car park greets you upon arrival at the property, shared with the patrons of the traditional country pub, along with a private entrance leading you upstairs to the first-floor and over the threshold of the holiday home, you enter into the hall where you can kick off your walking boots before continuing through to the main living area. The property boasts an open-plan kitchen/living area, an extravagant corner sofa takes centre stage, providing the perfect space to socialise with your group, there is a contemporary kitchen, fully-equipped with all of the necessary amenities to cook up a storm, serving up your hearty delights in the neighbouring dining room. For an intimate escape, take a seat on the plush sofa in the snug, serviced by a cloakroom, where you can enjoy a romantic glass of wine with your significant other, before heading off to bed in the adjoining king-size bedroom. Completing the sleeping quarters are two further king-size bedrooms, one located on the first-floor, where you can drift off as you watch your favourite movie on the television, the second located upstairs, traditionally decorated with exposed wooden beams and offering a solace setting away from the main area of the house. The apartment boasts a shower room as well as a bathroom, ideal for larger groups, offering the choice between a quick rinse, or a leisurely soak amongst the bubbles in the bath before heading off for the day. Take a break from doing the cooking and head downstairs to indulge in a meal prepared with locally sourced produce in the restaurant of the George & Dragon, sit out on the patio and enjoy a refreshing pint of real ale as you take in the stunning views across the 2.5 acres of greenery surrounding the property. Lace up your walking boots and take a stroll around the ancient woodland of Pamber Forest, boasting a host of walking and cycling routes and homing over 700 types of moths and butterflies. Head further afield and spend the day at 4 Kingdoms Adventure Park & Family Farm, racing the kids around the go-kart track, meeting the animals at the petting zoo and floating along the scenic lake in a pedalo. Or visit the hugely popular Highclere Castle, location of Downton Abbey. Jump in the car and travel to the nearby town of Basingstoke, discovering the local history on display at Willis Museum & Sainsbury Gallery, featuring a wedding cake dating back to 1898, and enjoying a stroll around the Georgian parkland landscape of The War Memorial Park. Within easy reach of the apartment are the bustling cities of London, Reading and Winchester, providing an array of independent and high street shopping opportunities, exciting nightlife and popular tourist attractions worth visiting. However you plan to spend your time in this beautiful part of the South coast of England, choose Townsend is an idyllic base. View on map About the location TADLEY Basingstoke 6.2 miles Andover 21.2 miles Swindon 39.4 miles The town of Tadley rests in the north west of the picturesque county of Hampshire, adjacent to the border with Basingstoke, six miles from the bustling town of Berkshire. The town saw its population grow significantly during the 1950s and 1960s, with houses being built to accommodate workers of the Atomic Weapons Research Establishment (AWRE), the area's largest employer at the time. Tadley boasts a selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as family-friendly sights and attractions, including Bishopswood Golf Course, Pamber Forest Nature Reserve and The Link community center, venue to a host of events and activities. Further afield, the scenic landscapes of North Wessex Downs, designated an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with hiking and cycling trails, as well as the city of London, with it's first class tourist attractions, are all within easy touring distance.