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The Turbine Barn is nestled beside the beautiful River Test in Hampshire. An unusual renovated turbine mill with 3 bedrooms blends into an oasis of nature. Walks and relaxation are the order of the day here!

Unusual thatched cottage conversion | Adjacent to the River Test | Pub within walking distance

  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Pets
  • Wifi
  • Car parking on site
  • Rural Location
Prices are per property not per person includes a £30.00 booking fee.
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2 nights - mostly start on Fri or Sat
3 nights - must start on Fri

4 nights - must start on Mon
5 nights - 22nd or 29th Dec 2012 only.

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About The Turbine Barn

Introduction

"A unique opportunity to stay in the converted Turbine Barn on the banks of the famous River Test with its crystal clear shallow waters bubbling right next to the property. The Turbine was built c.1925 as a water powered sawmill and remnants of the lifting equipment have been left in situ. It also used to generate some electricity for Middleton House locally but was finally disconnected in 2005 when the flows in the River Test were so low that only enough power for one bulb could be produced The sawmill stopped cutting in 1955 and since then has been used as a workshop and office before converting to holiday accommodation in 2017.\nEnjoy riverside drinks and meals on the patio and look directly out over the river from your bedroom and living room. There’s also an amazing old character fishing lodge on the opposite bank of the river used during the day by fishermen. Three comfortable bedrooms make for flexible sleeping accommodation for families and children. A lovely open plan kitchen and dining room open out onto a gravelled terrace right next to the river. The property is all on one level and there’s plenty of parking.\nThe village of Longparish is within walking distance where the Cricketers Pub serves welcome drinks and good local food. The property will suit walkers nature lovers or those just needing a country break in a beautiful Hampshire holiday rental secluded from reality."

Summary

The Turbine Barn: A three bedroom (sleeps 6) thatched cottage in Longparish. Two double rooms, one twin with one bathroom and a pretty terraced area adjacent to the river Test.

All On One Level
Living Room with seating for 6, TV (Freeview).
Kitchen and dining area with table, fridge/freezer, electric hob and electric oven. Dishwasher and microwave.
Master Bedroom (sleeps 2) king sized bed
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2), twin beds
Bedroom 3 (sleeps 2), double
Bathroom with shower

Services
Wi-Fi
Electric storage and convector heaters

Outside
Parking for 2 to 3 cars. There is a small fenced and gravelled terrace area adjacent to the river.
Please note that there is a fast flowing river that runs adjacent to the property. Please take care with small children.

What you need to know

Please note there is a fast flowing river that runs adjacent to the property. Please take care with children and pets. It is the guests responsibility to supervise children at all times.
 
Please note that there is no access permitted to the river banks directly from the property. The land is private.
 
If bringing a dog - please be advised property is not dog proof around the house and is not fenced in.
Please do not allow dogs in the bedrooms, or on the furniture.

What makes this area so special

Within 15 minutes drive is the Leckford estate, owned by the John Lewis partnership. There’s a farm shop, lovely water gardens to visit and a cafe. Or don’t miss the Bombay Sapphire gin distillery, just 15 minutes in the other direction! The attraction has won many awards recently for its eco tourism, not to mention great gin!

Reviews

  • Posted by

    Guest

    This is a lovely cottage in a most beautiful spot. It has three nice sized bedrooms, bathroom, a kitchen diner and a comfortable lounge. Many of the windows look out on to the River Test. Would be hard to find a better river view. Forton where Turbine Barn is situated is an attractive hamlet in the village of Longparish. One of the most beautiful chalk streams runs through the village and right by Turbine Barn. The beautiful barn conversion is comfortable with most things one would want in self catering. Perfect!
    2018-09-07
  • Posted by

    Guest

    Mulberry cottages service was good, but experiences are very, very expensive. Would have like to have an afternoon tea experience but the prices worked out as expensive as an afternoon tea in a top London Hotel! Lovely property that was perfect for our celebration set in a beautiful location., Yet I was disappointed that simple things like rubbish under the sofas, previous guests belongings under the beds and cobwebs weren’t cleaned. Considering the substantial price I would have expected these things to be sorted as standard. Further to this the house took two days to warm up (we had to buy extra clothes to stay warm). The heater in the kitchen was broken. The oven seemed unhealthy as it made a horrendous notice when it was switched on. The bedside lights in the twin bedroom were illegally wired into one plug. And the fence across the bridge is not secured which nearly resulted in a nasty accident when someone leaned on it gently to peer at the river!
    2018-02-03
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    Guest

    I found the staff to be courteous and well informed about the property and the booking service. Consequently I was able to spend my time on organising the stay. Beautifully stunning location. Ideally suited to escape the hustle and bustle of working life.
    2017-09-12
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