The Garden Studio is a detached property in Selborne, Hampshire, and is on a country lane in the grounds of a larger cottage.
It is surrounded by eleven acres of farmland and has been attractively decorated and furnished.
It is perfect for small families.
Inside has an open plan living room with a study area and a dining area with a fitted kitchen.
There is a TV and WiFi available.
They have one king-size bedroom and one single bedroom and a separate family bathroom and WC.
There is a garden terrace at the front of the property, with views across the owner’s fields and has access to local footpaths.
There is garden furniture and a barbecue provided.
It is within walking distance of a Selborne village and spans eleven acres of farmland which has some attractive views across the countryside.
You could visit Gilbert White’s House & The Oates Museum, or venture toward the local pottery studio.
Many visitors come to Selborne because of its links with the world-famous naturalist, Reverand.
Gilbert White, who was a pioneer of birdwatching.
St. Mary the Virgin is a church within the village that is grade I listed and dates back to the late 12th century.
For those literary enthusiasts, Chawton was the home of writer Jane Austen and is only three miles away.
The Garden Studio is the ideal vacation spot for parents and their little ones.
All ground floor, but accessed via a few steps. Two bedrooms: 1 x king size double, 1 x single truckle bed (suitable for children only).
Shower room with shower, basin and WC.
Living room with study area and PC.
About the location
Alton 5 miles; Farnham 15 miles; Winchester 19 miles.
Located in East Hampshire, Selborne is a village within the South Downs National Park, which opened on April 1st 2011. Many visitors come to Selborne because of its links with the world-famous naturalist, Reverand. Gilbert White, who was a pioneer of birdwatching.
St. Mary the Virgin is a church within the village that is grade I listed and dates back to the late 12th century. There are the Selborne Village Stores/Post Office and a primary school. Local amenities include a pub – The Selborne Arms.
Just over ten a minute drive away from Selborne is Alton, which can take you back in time with period railway demonstrations on the Mid Hants Railway Watercress Line which can take you to Alresford. The Curtis Museum and Allen Gallery are great attractions taking you through the art and historical past of the town.
Note: The truckle bed is only suitable for children.
Note: There are 2 steps up to bedroom 2 which is under the eaves.