3 bedrooms. 2 bathrooms. Sleeps 6. Wifi. Parking. Dogs. Private patio garden.
About Simon Cooper
The Stables and Dairy are owned by three brothers Simon, Nicholas and Sean who recently converted these beautiful cottages from redundant buildings on the family farm. We all live close by and this is very much our project so you are sure to meet one of the three of us during your visit.
Simon Cooper purchased this Cottage in 1976
Why Simon Cooper chose Alresford
We love Beauworth! We were raised in this tiny hamlet which nestles beneath the South Downs Way. Even though we are close to the thriving historic cities of Winchester, Portsmouth and Southampton, plus the quaint market town of Alresford modern progress has largely passed us by. Only one new house has been built in the past fifty years!
What makes this Cottage unique
Country walks. Quiet rural location. Private patio with views over the fields. You are welcome to walk your dogs over our land, which connects with the extensive footpaths of the South Downs National Park.
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The cottages are in the quiet hamlet of Beauworth (pronounced Bew-Werth), a tiny village just below the South Downs Way. Recently constructed from redundant farm buildings, The Dairy and The Stables have been fitted out to an exacting, high standard with every comfort you have a right to expect on holiday.
In truth not much happens in Beauworth; this is still very much a farming community with plenty of villagers who have lived here for fifty years or more. Long walks in the country, a short cycle to one of our local pubs, The Flower Pots, that brews its own beer and a trip for supplies to the delightful Georgian market town of Alresford could easily fill your day. But if not we have historic Winchester close by, the ever popular Watercress Steam Railway and even the beaches of the south coast are within only thirty minutes drive.
Originally known as Bea Wort ( village of the bees) the name was frenchified in the 18th C to the more fashionable Beauworth.
In the village we have a lovely church, many footpaths that connect into the South Downs Way and at the top of the hill our local pub ‘The Milburys’ named after the many ‘barrows’ or ancient bronze age burial mounds common in the area and at one time there was a windmill near the site of the pub.
Staying with us you have the choice of the The Stables which is the larger cottage with three bedrooms for six people, whilst The Dairy is very spacious for four in two bedrooms. Each has a private garden, with a patio area ideal for cooking and dining al fresco