top of page

About Us


York Lodge Annexe is a self-contained, south facing, ground-floor flat with an ensuite bedroom (either two single beds or a superkingsize double bed). There is as second bedroom available by special arrangement if needed.

York Lodge Kitchenette Living Room 2.jpg

The living-room has a dining table, a kitchenette (fridge/freezer, sink, microwave, 2-ring hob, kettle and toaster) and a large south-facing window onto the garden. 


There is a comfy sofa and a wall mounted TV.  Its attractively decorated with elegant prints and chintzy double lined blinds. We are 'dog-friendly'.  Travel cot and high chair available. Outside is plenty of free parking, large secure garden.

It is very quiet, on the edge of the village of Nether Wallop.  Sometimes you can hear our local owl calling and we feed the birds on fat balls swinging from a branch outside the living room.​

Thatched 2.jpg
Thatched 1.JPG

Nether Wallop contains many old thatched cottages, and has been featured in books and TV programmes as one of the prettiest villages in England.


In particular, Dane Cottage in Five Bells Lane was used as Miss Marple's home in the village of St. Mary Mead for the BBC TV adaptations of the Agatha Christie novels. The house and many of the surrounding lanes within the village were used as the setting and are commonly seen throughout many of the Miss Marple films. 

Our Church is 11C with remains of Saxon wall paintings still visible.  We are in the Test Valley between the Cathedral cilties of Salisbury and Winchester.  Nearby is Stockbridge, a Georgian village renown for its individual shops and excellent pubs and restaurants. Five minutes drive away is the Museum of Army Flying. Half an hour away is Stonehenge. There are lovely gardens to visit:  Mottisfont Abbey, Hilliers Gardens, Houghton Lodge.  We are strategically placed for exploring Southern England.

Chruch 2.JPG
IMG-2272 (1).jpg

For dog owners, our garden is fenced and safe. A few yards away is a footpath, perfect for quick morning/evening runs. There are numerous walks starting from York Lodge, taking you around the village and along paths through undulating fields. Just a short drive away are Danebury Hill Fort, Stockbridge Marsh and Broughton Down.  

SUMMARY  Self-contained, self-catering annexe 

One ensuite double/twin room (2nd room available by arrangement)


Travel cot and high chair available

Dog friendly

Large garden

Free parking

Free Wifi

Beautiful countryside and attractive towns and villages

Breakfast pack available by request

bottom of page