A stunning 5 star property finished to the highest standard, perfectly nestled close to the River Test making this the perfect place for relaxing, exploring and is renowned for its fly fishing!
Open plan studio with King Size bed, seating/dining for 2, smart TV and free wi-fi, underfloor heating throughout and a well equipped kitchenette with fridge, kettle, toaster and microwave.
Luxurious bathroom with bath and shower over, heated towel rail, demisting mirror, W.C and vanity basin
Small patio with seating for 2
Arthur Turner is a historic building spectacularly converted into a 5 star self catering property, sitting in the grounds of an 18th Century Grade II listed Gothic Cottage Orné, idyllically set above the tranquil waters of the River Test. Show more
You will find Arthur Turner a comfortable and luxurious property in which to stay for a few days or longer, with a king size bed, 300 year old furniture, a well equipped kitchenette and a quality bathroom.
All guests receive complimentary entry to Houghton Lodge gardens during their stay (during the opening hours 1st April - 30th Sept) where they can explore the walled garden, peony walk, long border, topiary peacock garden and the luscious lawns beside the River Test. Guests will also receive a discount for the on-site tearoom, Honesty at Houghton Lodge, who can also arrange breakfast, lunch and supper hampers for guests.
With miles of glorious walking from the doorstep and just 3 miles from the stunning town of Stockbridge, offering a wide range of shops, pubs and restaurants. Arthur Turner is an ideal base from which to enjoy the gastronomic delights at ’The Boot Inn’ in Houghton a short stroll away or book a table at the exquisite ’Clos du Marquis’ in Stockbridge just 3 miles away.
A little further afield and well worth a day exploring is the stunning Cathedral City of Winchester, with an amazing selection of boutique shops, cafes and of course the impressive Cathedral.
Take a look at the other cottages on site - these include: Barnack Beauty, Cox’s Orange Pippin, Darcy Spice, Egremont Russet and Fearns Pippin.