• Riverside Cottage
  • Riverside Cottage

Bransbury Lane

Barton Stacey, Winchester

SO21 3QJ

Riverside offers spacious and charming accommodation along the river Dever. With a larger garden and lavender growing in the adjacent fields this accommodation is idyllic. There is a thatched cottage available that sleeps 10 people in 5 bedrooms with a large kitchen-dining area and sitting room, study and snug. Also available is a 4 person lodge in a contemporary timber build with a swimming pool. There are a further two cabins along the river that can accommodate 2/4 people each. Catering can be organised on request. 

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