There are lots of activities and places to explore in Hampshire. There are amazing National Trust houses, beautiful walks, great musems and places for family fun! These pages have some suggestions of things you can do but for an even bigger list click here. For emergency provisions, such as milk or bread, there is Froxfield Stores off High Cross Lane (1.4miles).  


Petersfield (3.9miles)

Here you'll find a range of restaurants, cafes and shops. You can also walk around the Heath and Pond or visit the Petersfield Museum. There is a market every Wednesday and Saturday, selling a range of food and goods, in the main square. There is a Waitrose, M & S and a Tesco in town. There is also a train station with trains running to London Waterloo or to Portsmouth Harbour.

Alresford (11.7miles)

Alresford is a good place for shopping. It is especially known for fashion, design shops and antique shops. They have an organic deli and coffee bar as well as pubs, other cafes and restaurants. It is a beautiful town to walk around with a classic village layout. You can also visit the Watercress Line from here.

Winchester (17miles)

Winchester is a good place for shopping but also has a lot of history to explore. You can visit the cathedral, Wolversey Castle and more. There is a theatre as well and they often have festivals or events going on so its a good idea to check the website. They have a large farmers market as well as many restaurants and cafes.

Chichester (20.2miles)

There are many things to do in Chichester. You can visit their cathedral, go to the Chichester Festival Theatre or you can simply wander around and shop. There are many shops, cafes and restaurants. Shopping includes antiques shops, fashion shops and many more. You can also visit the coast from Chichester or go for a walk nearby.

Portsmouth (21.5miles)

Portsmouth has lots of things for everyone. There is the Gunwarf Quays shopping area which has places to eat, shops, a cinema and a bowling alley. Portsmouth also has museums; such as the Portsmouth Historic Docklands, the Charles Dickens Birthplace Museum and Southsea Castle. There is also the fact that you are on the coast so have beautiful waterfront views.

Guildford (35.1miles)

Good place for shopping, cinemas, walking or eating. There is also Guildford Castle and gardens as well as Spectrum where you can ice skate, swim or bowl. 

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