The six large and comfortable bedrooms have been lovingly created in keeping with the tranquil country location that surrounds it. Comfy beds with crisp white sheets and cosy duvets provide the ultimate sanctuary after a busy day exploring the local area or a hectic day at work.
Keeping both leisure and business guests in mind, all rooms benefit from free wifi, flat screen TV and en-suite bathrooms with gorgeous rainfall showers and fluffy white towels. Wake in the morning feeling well-rested, starting the day with a scrumptious breakfast of your choice.
All rooms have the following:
En-suite bathrooms with rainfall showers and complimentary toiletries
Flat screen tv
Tea/coffee making facilities
Iron and ironboard, hair straighteners and additional toiletries available on request if required.
Our Accommodation Types
The Montgomery Room
A generously proportioned king sized room furnished to a high standard. Overlooking the well looked after garden and surrounding countryside behind. Ensuite bathroom with a waterfall shower.
This room is named after Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein (nicknamed "Monty") who lived locally at Isington and is buried in Binsted churchyard.
Also named after "Monty" is the Montgomery cocktail. A martini mixed at a ratio of 15:1, facetiously named that because Montgomery supposedly refused to go into battle unless his numerical advantage was at least that high. Ironically, following severe internal injuries received in the First World War, Montgomery himself could neither smoke nor drink.
The Watercress Room
A beautiful, king sized room furnished to a high standard and with a central London twist. Overlooking the well looked after garden and surrounding countryside behind. Ensuite bathroom with a rainfall shower.
Named after the train line used to transport locally grown watercress from Alresford to markets in central London. You can now catch the mainline train from Alton Station and be in central London within an hour, or alternatively you can join The Watercress Line from the same station and travel through the rolling Hampshire countryside by stream train for a day out in Alresford.
The Gaskell Room
A beautiful king-sized en-suite room over-looking the well kept garden and countryside behind. This room has a femine twist and lots of natural light, it also has sufficient room for an infants cot.
The novelist Elizabeth Gaskell is best-known as the author of Cranford and North and South, and the biographer of her friend Charlotte Bronte. Mrs Gaskell was still working on Wives and Daughters, a humorous coming-of-age tale, when she died suddenly of a heart attack on 12 November 1865 at her Holybourne home. The Lawn is just a couple of steps ways from the pub and is now a residential home for the elderly.
The Austen Room
This gently femine room entices those looking to relax in gentle floral furnishings. A comfortably sized king-sized room with an original fireplace and furnished to a high standard. Overlooking the village centre with the stunning Holybourne Downs behind. Ensuite bathroom with a waterfall shower.
No local B&B could ignore the fact that Hampshire is Jane Austen country. The White Hart is located just three miles from the delightful village of Chawton where you can visit Miss Austen's home. She lived in Hampshire during the most prolific period of her writing and it is believed she was most happy and settled in Chawton.
The Rood Room
A cosy room with lots of natural light, original fireplace and furnished to a high standard. Overlooking the village centre with the stunning Holybourne Downs behind. The ensuite bathroom has a relaxing rainfall shower.
The room is named after the Church of the Holy Rood, Holybourne. Holybourne takes its name from the Old English Haligburna, meaning 'sacred stream'. The stream rises by the church creating a delightful pond, from which it flows as a tributary to the River Wey.
The Neatham Room
A beautiful, super-king sized room with an original fireplace and furnished to a high standard. Overlooking the village centre with the stunning Holybourne Downs behind. Ensuite bathroom with a rainfall shower. This room can be either a double or a twin room and has room for an infants cot too.
The room has been named after the hidden hamlet of Neatham just a 5/10 minute walk from the pub. Neatham has two beautiful mill houses. There is a footpath that runs from Lower Neatham Mill to Upper Neatham Mill through fields that are grazed by the animals of the Mill Cottage Farm Experience (including sheep, goats, pigs and llamas!). The river at Lower Neatham is also known for it's kingfisher sightings and occasionally, a white egret.