Founded in 1136, the long and distinguished history of Bishops Waltham gives the local area a unique atmosphere.
The medieval charm of the town provides history lovers with plenty of intriguing features to explore. The English Heritage monument Bishops Waltham Palace Ruins is of particular interest and the vibrant history of the town combines with its bustling social environment and dynamic business area to meet the diverse needs of today's owners.
There is also a strong rural focus within the country town and its surrounding locations. Meon Valley is celebrated for its spectacular country walks and Bishops Waltham is home to its very own moorlands, which have been designated as a site of special scientific interest and a Nature Conservation Review site due to the diverse habitats and rare species it supports.
These features merge seamlessly into the extensive landscaped gardens found at our luxury accommodation development which boasts a central location in the heart of Bishops Waltham. The town centre, which offers a wealth of local shops and amenities, including a local Post Office branch, healthcare facilities (doctors, dentists and pharmacies) and supermarkets, is only 200m from our development with excellent private and public transport links connecting the town to wider areas.
The M27 is the main road network, connecting owners with Southampton, Portsmouth and Bournemouth, while local bus routes service Petersfield, Fareham and historic Winchester. Train services are also well established with Botley station the closest departure point in the area. From here, you can take connections to both the north and the south of the country, with all London airports accessible via these routes.