Farleigh Wallop

£19,995  average per night

For A Truly Bespoke Stay In The Heart Of An Exclusive 40,000 Acre Estate In Stunning Jane Austen Country, You Need Look No Further Than Farleigh Wallop.

  • Sleeps 21
  • 11 Bed
  • 9 Bathroom
  • Adults only
  • Private pool


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General information

  • Private pool
  • Shared pool
  • Satellite/Cable TV
  • Adults only
  • Fireplace
  • Pool table
  • No smoking
  • Tennis court
  • Wheelchair inaccessible

Kitchen and household



  • > 5KM
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  • 2.6KM
  • 2.9KM
  • 1.6KM


For a truly bespoke stay in the heart of an exclusive 40,000 acre estate in stunning Jane Austen country, you need look no further than Farleigh Wallop. This incredible Georgian property set in the idyllic Hampshire countryside boasts eleven bedrooms, and can accommodate up to twenty-one guests for anything from family holidays and corporate events, to hunting groups and private parties.

During your stay your every whim will be catered for by the incredible team of in-house professionals, from the daily turn down service and creating fresh flower arrangements throughout the house, to keeping the fires lit all winter and the outdoor pool heated all summer.

This breathtakingly luxurious English estate has had links with royalty for almost a thousand years, and with its incredibly decadent interior design and plethora of high-end amenities you too can live like British aristocracy. Eight reception rooms and a grand formal dining room offer guests endless possibilities of where to relax and entertain, some rooms with a spacious open feel and others with a cosier vibe. All are decorated to an incredibly high standard in beautiful tones of cream and gold. Rich terracotta shades add a warming glow - especially when paired with a roaring open fire and ornate lighting fixtures, and there are deep reds and royal blues in the luxurious soft furnishings.

Farleigh Wallop is certainly steeped in history which seeps from every pore, and this is reflected in the incredible works of art on display in every room, yet this palatial residence definitely doesn't skimp on modern contemporary touches, such as TV with streaming Media Player, Sonos Sound System, wireless internet access, Espresso coffee machine, games console, and an incredible cinema room where the whole family can snuggle down for a movie night, as well as a billiards room.

Farleigh Wallop features ten double rooms and a single as well nine bathrooms, many of which are en-suite, all decorated in the same opulent style as the reception rooms. Incredibly spacious and light with huge windows that offer breathtaking views over the grounds, each room features large comfortable beds dressed in 100% Egyptian cotton linen. A neutral colour palette has been used throughout these rooms with walls and carpets in various shades of fresh cream, taupe, and stone. Colour accents are subtle and tasteful; powder blues and light olive hues, and furniture is solid in rich dark woods, as are the ornately framed mirrors and artworks. This fresh clean decor is replicated in the bathrooms, with fresh white suites and luxurious deep tubs, the perfect place to relax with a glass of something after a busy day of being waited on hand and foot.

No rambling country estate would be complete without spectacular grounds to enjoy, and Farleigh Wallop certainly does not disappoint. Ten acres of gardens are yours to explore, including a kitchen garden providing fresh produce for the guests, and a cuttings garden that supplies the house with fresh flowers throughout the year. There's also an elegant glasshouse and a classic English rose garden, as well as a serpentine walk and sculpture pond. An orchard and boating lake - home to koi carp - can also be found on the grounds, as well as tennis court and cricket pitch with pavilion, and of course the glorious heated swimming pool, which is open May to September.

#### Features
Lower Ground Floor
- Billiard room
- Cinema room
- Wine cellar
Ground Floor
- Entrance hall
- Cloakrooms
- The Drawing Room
- The Library
- Smoking Room/ Bar
- Octagonal Sitting Room
- Fully-equipped kitchen with breakfast room
- Dining room with seating for up to 50
First Floor
- Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and dressing area
- Parrot bedroom with en-suite bathroom
- Red four-poster bedroom
- Family bathroom
- Blue four-poster bedroom with en-suite bathroom
- Two bedroom suite with Lady Clem bedroom, Bird single bedroom and shared bathroom (ideal family suite!)
- Family shower room
Second Floor
- Octagonal bedroom with en-suite bathroom (set across the hall)
- Blue bedroom with en-suite shower room
- Green bedroom with en-suite bathroom
- Two bedroom suite with Chinese bedroom, Toile bedroom and shared bathroom (ideal family suite!)
Exterior Grounds
- Swimming pool (open May - September)
- Immaculate gardens
- Tennis court
- Croquet lawn & cricket pitch
- Boating lake
- Map of suggested walks around the 4,000 acre Estate available
Additional Facilities
- Wi-Fi
- A range of activities can be arranged for an additional cost please see the "Extras" tab for details
- Laundry facilities
- Plenty of parking
* On request and for an additional charge, Farleigh Wallop can provide extra beds for additional children.

#### Location
Situated just an hour's drive from London, Farleigh Wallop can be found in the small village of Farleigh Wallop in Hampshire, just 2 miles south of Basingstoke. Hampshire offers the perfect blend of city, coast and country, boasting two National Parks, and a thriving culture with history and heritage at its heart. Known as Jane Austen's County after its most famous daughter, Hampshire has a wealth of attractions to entice visitors, including excellent museums themed around military, maritime and aviation history, and the chance to visit the homes of the County's most celebrated residents such as Charles Dickens, the Duke of Wellington, and of course Ms Austen herself.

Urban Hampshire's port cities and historic market towns offer high-end boutiques and antique shops as well as independent cafes and fine dining restaurants, but if you are after something a little less cosmopolitan there is always the heath and woodland of the New Forest to explore with its miles of ancient woodland, traditional pubs and famous ponies. There are popular attractions here too, such as the National Motor Museum and the beautiful Exbury gardens. The rolling chalk hills of the South Downs are another popular destination with visitors, providing spectacular scenery and the ideal opportunity for walking, cycling or riding.

If sea breezes and salty air is what you crave then Hampshire has that covered too; the County's unspoilt coastline extends for miles and makes for a relaxing day out. Here you can enjoy water sports, cycling and swimming as well as taking in some incredible coastal views.

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