The Old Mill House
Havant, Portsmouth, Hampshire
The Old Mill House is a lovely 18th Century house in Havant, Hampshire where John Keats finished his poem 'The Eve of St. Agnes' in 1819 and spent his last night in England in 1820. Our self catering home is situated on the edge of the attractive village of Old Bedhampton in a large garden between a 3 acre lake and a tidal stream. The stream behind the house does have fish in it.
About The Old Mill HouseWe have our own outdoor heated swimming pool and we are very well located for visiting the beaches, countryside and many attractions of the south coast but also provides a home from home for staying in and relaxing.
The 8 bedrooms, of which 6 are en suite, all have TVs and views over the lake and/or garden. The spacious main sitting room, with French doors to the terrace and garden, has a piano and overlooks both the lake and stream. A smaller sitting room with TV/DVD has comfortable sofas, a wood burning stove and board games. There is a well-equipped kitchen/breakfast room, a dining room with a large dining table seating 16 people and a conservatory with views over the swimming pool and lake.
Visiting Havant & Exploring HampshireThe Old Mill House is in the pretty village of Old Bedhampton, between Chichester and Portsmouth. It is just one mile from the sea and close to the South Downs National Park, the Old Mill House provides a superb setting for a holiday and a wonderful base for exploring the south coast as well as the countryside of Hampshire and West Sussex.
For more information please contact us on 02077 360131.
Rates: From £1,320 to £2,860 depending on season.
Maximum of 15 people.
Children are welcome.
Pets welcome by arrangement. £15 per dog.
Off street parking.
Please note that map locations may be approximate.
Some of the Amenities available are:Pets Accepted
Wireless Broadband Available
Off Street Parking
Open / Log / Gas Fire
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To make a reservation or to request more information about staying at this accommodation
Call the owner, Patrick Ground on 02077 360131 or, send an email below.