A Victorian brick and flint stable block and tackroom converted into a 2 bedroom luxury holiday cottage in the heart of the Meon Valley, within the South Downs National Park. Situated in West Meon having been voted the best village in the UK by the Times, March 2013. The Stables have been sympathetically converted and retain the high ceiling and wooden beams in the main living space.
The Stables have an open plan living area with a fully fitted kitchen with solid oak worktops and integrated appliances – dishwasher, washing machine, fridge with ice box and cooker. A microwave is also provided. French doors open out onto the paved patio, whilst a duck egg blue Welsh Dresser holds all the cutlery, china and glasses you will need. The Living Area is well proportioned with a Dining Table and Chairs, a large TV/DVD Player and comfortable seating on a luxury tan leather three piece suite.
The bathroom – the old tackroom – has a separate bath and shower with a chrome towel rail to keep your towels cosy and warm.
The Master Bedroom – old store room – has a cream King Size French style bed with luxurious Dorma bedding, matching bed side cabinets, a large wardrobe with drawers, a dressing table and a wall mounted TV/DVD player at the end of your bed.
Up the delightful cottagey stairs there is a seating are with oak settle, linen cupboard and some books for those quiet times.
Into the second bedroom – old hay loft – there are twin beds which can be put together to make a super king size bed or can be set up as three singles. There is another TV/DVD player in this room.
A travel cot and high chair are available for our younger visitors on request.
A well behaved (house trained) dog would be welcome in the main living area but not in the bedrooms!
Up to two horses can also be accommodated (extra horses a possibility) to enable you to benefit from the glorious riding in the area. Horses to be bedded on our home grown straw and fed on our own hay – with a choice of either seed or meadow hay, or our own haylage – the choice is yours!! Or your horses’ !!