Rent self-catering holiday accommodation and cottages near Andover

Like many cities and towns in the southern region of England, the market town of Andover has a heritage stretching back many centuries, first recorded in Anglo-Saxon times in 955. It is well-known for RAF Andover south of the town. Andover was originally a mill town, although only Rooksbury Mill is one of best preserved of those surviving. For an overview of the town’s ancient history, the Andover and Iron Age Museums are a must-visit. The Museum of Army Flying traces the important part played by the town in the two great wars.

Around Andover you will see many unique thatched English country cottages as well as renovated houses and converted barns and you will be welcomed to pubs and eateries - which may be welcome for the self-caterer to have a break on occasions. it's the perfect destination to stay to discover Hampshire, Wiltshire and Dorset. A quick last minute escape for a weekend break - Hampshire is easily accessible from major towns in the South of England

Fabulous outdoor swimming pool | The Cottage Island Heron, Wolverton Common, near Tadley

The Cottage Island Heron, Hampshire

Pet friendly accommodation in Wolverton Common, near Tadley with 2 bedrooms, sleeps 4. Enclosed Garden/Patio, Golf nearby, Short Breaks All Year, Swimming Pool, Swimming Pool - Outdoor, Swimming Pool - Shared.

This cosy barn conversion is ideally situated for visiting the numerous attractions close by, including Winchester Cathedral and Highclere Castle.

  • Decorated at Christmas
  • WiFi
  • Pet Friendly
  • Newly Listed Property
  • Welcome Cottages
  • North Wessex Downs
  • Accessible Cottages
  • Ground Floor Wet Room
  • Entrance Ramp/Level Access
  • Parking - On Site
  • Shower Cubicle
  • Last Minute Breaks
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Visiting Hampshire and staying close to Andover

The town is a draw for nature watchers and walkers, with the Test Way walking trail and the Hawk Conservancy Trust (with over 150 different birds of prey) well worth exploring. The Chantry shopping centre is the main retail therapy area, with almost 60 shops, and there are some interesting independently-owned shops around the town. The cottage holiday maker will find plenty of wonderful, locally-sourced produce for mealtimes, and for a break from the kitchen there are several friendly and welcoming restaurants in the immediate vicinity. Both the Lights and the Fairground Craft and Design Centre offer the creative mind a great day out (kids will love the two places).