Tap Cottage


8.8 miles N of Romsey | Sleeps 6 + cot*

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearby pub

Found in the heart of Stockbridge, The Grosvenor is perfect for a refreshing drink in the pretty walled garden or dinner in the dining room. Dogs are welcome in the garden and bar area.

Nearby beach

Tucked in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Lepe Beach is surrounded by stunning scenery. A little stony beach adjoining Lepe Country Park, the beach boasts magnificent views of the Isle of Wight. Lifeguarded in summer, the beach has a designated swimming area to the east of the car park and there are lots of walks leading to and from the beach too.

Nearby walk

Common Marsh is a wide open space, managed by the National Trust and ideal for wildlife spotting along the River Test. Look out for trout, grayling and the occasional salmon swimming in the river. There is a delightful walk around the common of just under two miles and the details are on the National Trust website.

Nearby town

Located in the heart of the Test Valley, Stockbrige is a pretty Hampshire town situated midway between Andover and Romsey. Surrounded by countryside with a wide high street and pretty river, you will find a good selection of independent shops, tea rooms and galleries here.

Also nearby

A cosy and welcoming pub with several rooms for dining such as the Orangery. dining room and snug. With an AA rosette award for food, dining here will be a delight.

A welcoming pub with a covered courtyard for summer dining and Garden Bar by the river. The menu is created using fresh, seasonal produce and booking is recommended.

Call in for craft beers, cask ales and a well stocked bar, alongside a menu created using fresh, seasonal produce. Inside cosy interiors await and outside there is seating for al fresco dining during summer months.

With views over surrounding downland, this interesting walk takes in burial mounts, ancient fields systems and an Iron Age hillfort. Wildlife lovers will enjoy variety of flora and fauna here. Take a look at the National Trust website for further details and the walking route.

With a great selection of fresh produce, all supplied either from the estate or artisans based locally, this delightful farm shop has all you need to treat yourselves. Also on site you will find the Longstock Park Cafe and nursery with walled garden.

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