About Dunwood Hill Bottom, Test Valley (SO51 0GF)

Name: Dunwood Hill Bottom, Test Valley
Place type: Valley
Location: Grid Ref: SU 3167 2276 • X/Y co-ords: 431678, 122768 • Lat/Long: 51.00339890,-1.54991674
District: Test Valley
County/Unitary Authority: Hampshire
Region: South East
Country: England
Height: 64.7m
OS Explorer map: 131: Romsey, Andover & Test Valley

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Endymion, in LINWOOD
Sleeps: 3, Bedrooms: 1

One of our cosy New Forest cottages, this single-storey timber lodge is an ideal romantic retreat with woodburner. Access to forest trails. Ringwood 5 miles.

The Methodist Chapel, in WHITEPARISH
Sleeps: 8, Bedrooms: 3

Delightful chapel conversion in South Wiltshire village of Whiteparish. Comfortable family accommodation. Full size snooker table. Close to the New Forest. Salisbury and Romsey 8 miles.

The Roost, in EAST TYTHERLEY
Sleeps: 2, Bedrooms: 1

Attractive, self-contained eaves apartment in the rural Hampshire hamlet of East Tytherley, in the Test Valley. Furnished and equipped to a good standard. Near the New Forest National Park. Romsey 7 miles.

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