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Dean Farm
Kilmeston
Alresford
Hampshire

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Dean Farm House, farmhouse Bed & Breakfast is a welcoming 18th century red brick and hang tiled farmhouse, located in the village of Kilmeston, near Alresford, on the edge of the Hampshire Downs, within the South Downs National Park. The house is beautifully furnished with an emphasis on warmth and comfort with mature gardens.

The farm is close to the historic city of Winchester, ancient capital of Wessex (15 mins), the New Forest (40 mins), the maritime centres of Southampton (30 mins) and Portsmouth (40 mins). London is only 55 minutes by train. We are ideally placed as a resting place before or after ferries to and from the continent, or the Isle of Wight. The farm is mainly arable with a small flock of sheep.

Breakfast is substantial and has to be seen to be believed! There is a mouth-watering selection of breads, cheeses, yoghurts, fresh & dried fruits, various teas & fresh coffee!
Do come & stay with us to de-stress & re-charge your batteries.
There are excellent country pubs and restaurants within 2 miles and of course Alresford and Winchester offer a comprehensive restaurant choice.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 2 + 1 private bathroom

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: 80 - All ensuite rooms

Twin: 80
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