Did you know?
1.The colour-washed Georgian houses you see today rose from the ashes of great fires in the 17th Century but many retain their original 13th century cellars.
2.Alresford was selected as the best place to live in the Countryside by The Sunday Times.
3.The town was originally founded in the 12th Century
RopleyThe village of Ropley is one of the most attractive villages surrounding the market town of Alresford. Known for its beautiful countryside and Georgian Architecture.
Four MarksFour Marks has a variety of shops including a chemist, bakery, hairdressers, cycle and sports shop, opticians, flower shop, wine shop and off licence, Post Office counter service, coffee shops and take-away food establishments and several small convenience stores.
MedsteadLower Bourne village has good amenities including a shop with Post Office, pharmacy, doctors’ surgery, veterinary clinic, three good local pubs, nursery schools and a church.
Itchen StokeItchen Stoke and Ovington are two adjoining villages in Hampshire. They both sit just to the North East of New Alresford.
Alresford has traditional shops of a small market town. It has range of stylish shops including arts and craft, gifts, antiques and clocks, as well as china and antiquarian books. There is a local market which is held on Thursday mornings.
15th-century pub with a garden and terrace on the banks of a small lake, plus Modern British menu.
The Swan Hotel
Rustic-chic inn featuring contemporary rooms, an informal pub and an upscale dining room.
The Yew Tree
Tranquil, rustic country pub serving local ales and a crowd-pleasing Mediterranean-influenced menu.
Bangkok Bistro Alresford
Modern Thai Restaurant.
Award-winning, creative pan-Asian restaurant serving cocktails in a chic, modern space.
Family-run pub for relaxed British dining and classic guestrooms with free WiFi and a hot breakfast.
The Bush Inn
Scenic, 17th-century riverside pub with elegant decor, offering real ales and gastropub fare.
Alton to London Waterloo in 1 hour and 5 minutes
Alresford to Winchester via the A31 in around 15 minutes