|Church Mews is a late Tudor, early Elizabethan galleried town house and one of Andover's oldest private dwellings. Standing at the head of the medieval upper high street it combines a wealth of historic features with warm and comfortable modern living.
The grade II listed property, saved from dereliction by a meticulous 2-year renovation using local trades and artisans, now offers spacious accommodation comprising 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and 3 reception rooms.
The 3 principle rooms, all in the oldest part of the house, date from around 1550 and provide a wealth of character with exposed oak beamed ceilings and original frame wall timbers.
With accommodation for up to 8 guests and permutations of family, double, twin and single rooms, the property is quietly and conveniently situated immediately adjacent to a public car park providing ample free parking between 4pm and 08.30am.
With prices starting form around £40 per room per night including full English breakfast, an enjoyable and comfortable stay is assured. Home cooked evening meals can also available to advance order.
A warm and personal welcome is guaranteed by the resident owner or our housekeeper. With extensive local knowledge, of where to go and what to do, we will endevour to make your stay in Andover and Test Valley a relaxing and enjoyable mini-break or extended holiday.