An intimate cottage, perfect for a quiet couples' retreat among the green hills of Hampshire, close to the ancient city of Winchester.
Flintstone Cottage is listed in affiliation with Plum Guide.
Overlooking a serene garden full of greenery, fruit trees and flowers, Flintstone Cottage provides couples with a peaceful and quintessentially English bolthole to retreat to for a few days of relaxation and quiet. Its location in rural Hampshire lends itself to those looking to escape to the countryside, while still benefiting from being close to the ancient city of Winchester. The cottage is cosy yet practical, and has everything needed to make guests feel right at home, while soaking in the gorgeous surroundings. Walking in the local lanes, taking in the glorious countryside, may just be enough for visitors here, while others may wish to explore further afield and discover the wondrous Winchester.
Flintstone Cottage sleeps two guests comfortably in a divine king sized bed, with views and French doors that open out onto a quaint terrace and beyond to the pretty garden. During the summer, having breakfast out on the terrace is a must. There is a walk in shower room, as well as a small kitchen and dining area in which guests can prepare meals and snacks. The surrounding area is full of lovely walking trails, where guests can lazily amble or hike energetically over the hills.
A scattering of idyllic villages and small towns can be found within the local area, with an array of traditional pubs, beauty spots and walking and cycling trails to be discovered. Just a short drive away, guests will find Winchester, home to some of the UK's most ancient sites, grand architecture and vibrant culture. No matter the time of year, Winchester is an impressive place to explore with many recognisable filming locations, impressive buildings and excellent shopping and dining options. The famous Christmas market is certainly worth a visit in December, while the numerous historical sites will certainly impress history buffs, including Jane Austen's house, Winchester Cathedral and the remains of Winchester Castle, home to King Arthur's round table.
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