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Newton Farmhouse
Southampton Road
White Parish


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Newton Farmhouse is an historic 16th Century Grade II listed Farmhouse formerly part of the Trafalgar Estate, gifted to Lord Nelson's family. We are a family run B&B situated just 7 miles south of Salisbury, 12 miles from Southampton in Wiltshire and on the edge of the beautiful New Forest and Hampshire borders. The area is noted for its beautiful rolling countryside, dotted with picturesque villages where wild ponies and deer can be seen roaming freely around the forest. Our accommodation comprises of 5 double rooms with 4 poster beds, 2 twin rooms (2 single beds) and a suite overlooking the garden. All our rooms can be seen on a short video on our website. We serve a full English breakfast, together with fresh fruit, yoghurt, pastries and homemade cakes, in our conservatory. We have parking for 9 cars, which is free and we provide free WIFI throughout the property.
All prices include breakfast and we do have rooms available for family occupation. Please note that the price range includes off season and single occupancy.


Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Stars
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Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: £70 - £130
Twin: £65 - £80
Suite: £150
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Evening Meal Provided - by arrangement
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No Smoking Rooms - All
Open All Year
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Building of Historic Interest
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