A Victorian Brick and Flint Stable Block converted into a two bedroom luxury holiday cottage in the heart of the Meon Valley and within the South Downs National Park. The Stables have been sympathetically converted and retain the high ceiling and wooden beams in the main living area. PLEASE NOTE WHEN WORKING OUT RATES - A 2 NIGHT STAY IS 50% of weekly rate - 3 N 60% -4N 70% not as OD are working it out
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Cottage in West Meon, Nr. Petersfield, Hampshire, England - Quiet Location On The Edge Of A Working Farm
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- Jul 22, 2018
About Victoria Cobden
Westbury Manor Stables are owned by Simon and Victoria Cobden. They live a couple of hundred yards from the Stables so are available to answer any queries you may have whilst you are on holiday. Simon is a farmer whilst Victoria helps on the farm and looks after their two children and The Stables
Victoria Cobden purchased this Cottage in 1970
Why Victoria Cobden chose West Meon
Westbury Manor Farm was bought by Mr and Mrs Cobden snr in 1973 and the family have lived there ever since. The Stables are owned by their eldest son Simon and his wife Victoria - they were converted from stables to a luxury holiday cottage in 2012. It is lovely to live on a farm in a rural setting but also have all the amenities you could possibly need just a few miles away.
What makes this Cottage unique
The Stables are on the edge of a working farm and whilst guests must be aware farms can be dangerous places due to tractors and machinery, there is the opportunity to see newborn lambs and calves at certain times of the year. Lovely walking area within the South Downs National Park. The Stables have been converted to a luxury standard but retain the character of the Victorian building
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Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Perfect two night break in this lovely accommodation. We were able to arrive early on the Friday and leave later on the Sunday which made the weekend even more relaxing.
Cottage was very comfortable and warm. Well equipped with everything you need.
Local pub was a short walk away and the food was excellent.
Thank you for your review Beccy - really pleased you enjoyed your stay with us. Hope to see you again in the future -remember we do offer a small discount to returning guests too x
Lovely cottage in a lovely village
Lovely cottage ideal for exploring the South Downs way and Winchester. Great welcome pack of food and wine. No garden but a courtyard for sitting out in. You are surrounded by farm buildings but that was no problem for us. The owners were all very friendly and helpful and we enjoyed our stay and would recommend it for a peaceful getaway
Very peaceful with nice countryside around!
Lovely friendly owner, extra home baked treats on arrival were very much appreciated after a long journey. Very clean property and a pleasant stay.
Everything you could hope and expect
Beautiful peaceful location and cottage really well equipped. Hosts were lovely.
Beautiful Cottage in the heart of the country!
What an amazing little treasure of a place. From the warm welcome from Victoria and her family; with the welcome cakes and being shown around the farm meeting the new lambs and calves, to the very comfortable stay in the cottage itself. A perfect place for us as a family to relax and attend a local wedding. The cottage is very spacious with everything you need and in a great location for walks and a small walk to the lovely local pub The Thomas Lord. A Wonderful place that I would highly recommend.
Great little cottage in heart of South Downs
We (2 adults, 1 5 year old) stayed here for 5 days and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Victoria was really helpful throughout the booking and checking in / checking out process. The cottage is a converted barn in a working farm (which makes it quite nice for children as they can see the farm animals). When we arrived (quite late) we had a lovely food "hamper" waiting for us, which was a nice surprise. The cottage is clean and has everything you need. It's also very warm (which was great after a day out walking in the rain!).
There plenty of nature reserves to go walking - would definitely recommend Old Winchester Hill and West Meon Valley Trail. There's a Waitrose in Petersfield if you want to get groceries and plenty of pubs within few minutes driving.
Special interest holidays: Ideal for walkingholidays Coast/Beach: Between 30-45 minutes drive from beaches. West Wittering, Bracklesham Bay, Southsea Travel: Approximately 30-40 minutes drive from Portsmouth Ferryport. Approximately 30-40 minutes drive from Southampton Airport. Approximately 60-70 minutes drive from Heathrow Airport. Approximately 75-90 minutes drive from Gatwick Airport. Distances: Just under a mile to West Meon Village, 8 miles to Petersfield, 10 miles to Winchester Further Details: West Meon Village has a Village Shop, a delightful Cafe, an Award Winning Butchers and a lovely pub The Thomas Lord - offering both lunchtime and evening meals and a garage with Budgens Store attached. Further afield Petersfield has many pubs, coffee shops, a Waitrose, Marks and Spencers Food and a Tesco. Also all major high street banks.
Booking Notes: Bookings can be taken though our website via paypal or by cheque/bank transfer. A deposit to be paid on booking with the balance due 4 weeks before your holiday Changeover Day: Changeover day is Friday for weekend and week bookings. Midweek bookings are also available - Monday to Friday. Notes on prices: Week bookings - 100% of cost. 4 night breaks - 70% of cost 3 night breaks - 60% of cost 2 night breaks - 50% of cost