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Postcode: PO15 | code search
Population: 80
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The village of Titchfield lies at the southern end of the lovely Meon Valley and mid-way between Portsmouth and Southampton. The valley and river get their name from the tribe of Jutes - the Meonwara - who settled in the area in the 5th/6th century. The church of St.Peter was founded in 680 and parts of this early building can still be found in the tower and west end of the nave. The majority of the church dates from the C12th & C13th and also the rebuilding of 1867. In 1232 the "White Canons" of the order Premontre founded Titchfield Abbey which came to dominate the village and surrounding area for the next 300 years. At the Dissolution in 1537 the Abbey was given to Thomas Wriothesley who rebuilt it into a private house -`Palace House` - he became the Earl of Southampton and was Henry VIII`s Chancellor and perhaps profited more from the Reformation than any other man. The 3rd Earl was the patron of William Shakespeare, a frequent visitor to Palace House. It was the Earl who built the sea wall across the mouth of the Meon which lead to the closure of the port at Titchfield. But he also built Mills, and ironworks, the Market Hall and Stoney Bridge. By the C18th the Wriothesley line had died out and the house was sold to the Delme family in 1741 but after the death of Peter Delme in 1770 they were infrequent visitors and the house fell into disrepair. The house is now an English Heritage site. The Market Hall fared a little better, it was moved from the square in 1810 to behind the Queens Head inn but by 1970 was in a poor state, it was acquired by the Weald & Downland Museum and moved to Singleton (Sussex) and has been fully restored. Today Titchfield is a bustling community rightly proud of their heritage, the Meon Valley provides some delightful walks and for the bird watchers the 369 acre Titchfield Haven Reserve has a wealth of wetland habitats.


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Holiday Inn Fareham Solent (0.31 miles)

Holiday Inn Fareham Solent

The Holiday Inn Fareham – Solent is conveniently situated just outside of Fareham, between the cities of Southampton and Portsmouth and backing on to Hampshire’s Meon Valley. Located in a quiet grassy area, the Fareham ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Fareham (1.47 miles)

Premier Inn Fareham
Ideally situated for both business and leisure guests. For business this hotel is near to Segensworth Business Park. Ideally located within easy reach of the M27. Conveniently located for Fareham train station. For shops and ... More | visit website
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TravelRest - Fareham (1.79 miles)

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With historical Portsmouth (home to the Royal Navy and HMS Victory)and the sea faring capital, Southampton within a few miles, TravelRest Fareham is in ... More

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The Jolly Farmer Country Inn (1.83 miles)

The Jolly Farmer Country Inn

Originally farm cottages The Jolly Farmer became a pub in 1835 and retains it's true country atmosphere. Martin and Cilla O'Grady have been operating the Jolly Farmer since 1983, in the belief that true hospitality ... More | visit website

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Solent Hotel & Spa (2.00 miles)

Solent Hotel & Spa

The luxurious Solent Hotel provides a haven of peace and tranquility for both business and leisure guests. Surrounded by landscaped gardens featuring mature trees and ancient meadowland, the hotel offers a true country house welcome. ... More | visit website

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Red Lion Hotel (2.74 miles)

Red Lion Hotel

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Near the centre of Farehem, this beautiful Grade II Listed former coaching inn has a bar, restaurant and free access to the nearby LA Fitness Centre (with swimming pool). The Red Lion ... More

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Town or Country - Foxfields (3.08 miles)

Town or Country - Foxfields
This two bedroom apartment is ideal whether you stay is for business or leisure. Ideally located in Parkgate 8 miles from Southampton and 10 miles from Portsmouth and is close to all major transport routes. ... More | visit website
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The Manor Hotel (3.81 miles)

The Manor Hotel
Where all the guests are made welcome whether you are here for business or pleasure. We are close to Fareham,Gosport and the ferry to Portsmouth and our quality accommodation consists of 12 rooms , 11 of ... More | visit website
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Leeward House Guest House (3.88 miles)

Leeward House Guest House
Leeward House 4 star, Silver Award..Excellent Home from home service... Rooms decorated to a high standard..En Suite & Private facility...All rooms double / twin /available single occupancy...Ground floor Family room ... Tea/Coffee ...Hair dryer ...Flat ... More | visit website
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Old House Hotel and Restaurant (3.95 miles)

Old House Hotel and Restaurant

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Georgian house with boutique style luxury bedrooms. Located close to Chichester, Southampton, New Forest, Winchester & Portsmouth. Very popular AA award winning restaurant with friendly, professional service. The Old House ... More

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