Quality 4 star hotel accommodation within tranquil Hampshire countryside:-
Upper Neatham Mill Farm is a converted 17th Century barn guest house, situated by the River Wey near Alton Hampshire UK. Surrounded by 11 acres of gardens and woodland attracting a variety of wildlife.
The Bed & Breakfast accommodation, on the border of Hampshire and Surrey, having the advantages of a peaceful location, whilst close to A31, A3 and M3, with nearby Winchester Hampshire only 30 minutes away, a fascinating place for history, culture as well as shopping.
We have spacious off road parking available for all rooms.
So whether your stay is for business, visiting the surrounding area such, Aldershot, Basingstoke, Farnborough Hants, or Farnham Surrey, or a stop off en-route to the South-West, Upper Neatham Mill Farm BnB is perfectly located.
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Places to see in Winchester Hampshire, while staying in the B&B:-
The historic city of Winchester Hampshire boasts many attractions and our BandB is the ideal base to explore Winchester Hampshire and its surounding villages nearby:-
Winchester Cathedral. Dating back to 1079, with Norman architecture remains in trancepts and crypt. The Winchester Cathedral Nave was remodelled in the 14th century and is said to be the longest cathedral nave in the perpendicular gothic style in the UK.
The Great Hall and King Arthur's round table. Situated at the top of the High Street Winchester Hants, The Great Hall and Sally Port are the only surviving parts of Winchester Castle. The Great Hall was one of the largest and finest in England, and certainly the finest of the period to have survived in the United Kingdom today. Although now known to have been constructed in the 14th Century, and repainted in its present form for King Henry VIII the table as been for generations labled as the mysterious table of the 'once and Future King' Arthur. The names of the 24 knights are written around the edge of the 5.5 metre diameter table, weighing 1200Kg, surmounted by King Arthur on his throne. The first mention of the Round Table is Robert Wace's Roman de Brut (1155), which says that Arthur seated his knights at a round table so that all should be equal.
Winchester College. Founded in 1382 Winchester College is believed to be the oldest continuously running school in Great Britain.
Winchester City Museum, tells the story of Winchester from its origins as a prehistoric trading centre and Roman regional capital, pre eminence as a principal city in the Anglo Norman Kingdom, development and decline in the middle ages, through to modern times.
Winchester City Mill, rebuilt in 1744 on an earlier medieval site, the working watermill spans the river Itchen.
Winchester's Military Museum's, comprise of six outstanding collections of regimental history, within historic Peninsula Barracks - site of Roman Encampment - Norman Caste - Royal Palace.
Use our Hotel accommodation as a base to explore villages around Winchester such as Cheriton, Alresford, Hinton Ampner, Brown Candover, Chiltern Candover, Preston Candover, Tisted and West and East Meon.
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