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Whiteparish is a village and civil parish on the A27 about 7.5 miles southeast of Salisbury in Wiltshire, England.
28 Results In Or Near Whiteparish
0.1 miles from centre of Whiteparish
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Situated in the picturesque village of Whiteparish on the edge of the New Forest , The Kings Head isa 16th century old coaching house, which has been lovingly restored and comprises a pub, orangery , large garden, a 2 AA rosette restaurant : Betony by Matthew Tomkinson, and 8 luxury en-suite Bedrooms. Betony features in the 2020 Good Food Guide
0.1 miles from centre of Whiteparish
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Opened in March 2019, ' Betony ' is the signature restaurant of Great British Chef & Roux Scholar Matthew Tomkinson. Serving modern British cuisine in a relaxed yet chic restaurant environment, Betony is open Wednesday-Saturday for dinner.
3.8 miles from centre of Whiteparish
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A warm and friendly old English traditional inn situated in the small village of East Tytherley, Romsey in the Test Valley, ideal for exploring attractions in Hamsphire and Wiltshire with picturesque villages and main towns of Andover, Romsey and Stockbridge. Three guest rooms available which are situated in a small cottage in the grounds and overlook the village cricket green. All rooms are en suite and individually styled, comfortable and quiet with televisions and tea coffee making faci...
5.4 miles from centre of Whiteparish
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Explore the beautiful gardens of Mottisfont Abbey The 19th century garden at Mottisfont Abbey is typical of the period, with sweeping lawns and stands of trees, much in the Capability Brown style. The garden is the result of the work of several well-known garden designers. In 1971 the kitchen garden was developed and holds a collection of roses from rosarian Graham Stuart Thomas, the National Trust´s gardens consultant. Visit in June for the best display. The grounds have a wonderful...
5.4 miles from centre of Whiteparish
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Mottisfont is a National Trust owned house, gallery and gardens, with a year round programme of events, exhibitions, and seasonal interest in the gardens. It is particularly famous for the National Collection of old-fashioned roses which flower in June, Rex Whistler's trompe l'oeil drawing room, and high quality art exhibitions.
7.3 miles from centre of Whiteparish
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Just minutes away from the picturesque village of Lyndhurst, Bartley Lodge Hotel is an historic beauty, full of 18th century charm where children and pet pooches are welcome. Ideal for mid-week breaks and weekend getaways, there are 40 individually designed bedrooms, an indoor swimming pool, award-winning restaurant, eight acres of landscaped gardens and numerous world-famous local attractions nearby.
7.4 miles from centre of Whiteparish
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Explore the impressive collections and beautiful interiors at Mompesson House Mompesson House, an elegant and spacious 18th century house in Cathedral Close, was built for Charles Mompesson in 1701. It has magnificent plasterwork, a fine oak staircase and good quality period furniture. The house also contains the Turnbull collection of 18th century drinking glasses. In the Green Room is a display of black and white portrait prints. A well known tenant of the house was Barbara Townsend a...
7.6 miles from centre of Whiteparish
Horsebridge Station has to be one of the most unusual wedding venues in the country. Civil ceremonies can be held on both platforms, and up to 120 guests can be catered for in a marquee in the gardens.
8.5 miles from centre of Whiteparish
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Built in 1793 and probably intended as a fishing lodge, Houghton Lodge is the UK's best surviving example of an 18th Century Cottage Orné. Idyllically set above the tranquil waters of the River Test with untouched views across the valley and water meadows with glorious gardens sheltered by beautiful trees and swathes of lawn sweeping down to the River Test.
8.6 miles from centre of Whiteparish
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Sir Harold Hillier Gardens is home to one of the most important modern plant collections in the world. Established in 1953 by the distinguished plantsman Sir H
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