The Bunney - Butlocks Heath Village, within Netley Abbey, Eastleigh, Hampshire.
The Bunney is in an idyllic location set in the middle of Butlocks Heath village, 'Jewel of the Southern Parishes' and offers immediate access to, major cities, shopping centres, family attractions and local Sailing & Yachting Clubs. Beautiful countryside walks surround the area.
This mid-terrace property offers warm, comfortable, well furnished accommodation with plenty of space to relax and unwind. It includes a kitchen fitted with modern appliances, spacious lounge / diner, two bedrooms - Twin & Double (Travel Cot available) and bathroom.
Butlocks Heath Village
Butlocks Heath Village hosts a variety of amenities, comprising of a General Store and its two pubs, The Cottage Inn (Wadworth) and The Roll Call (Free House) and these are all along Woolston Road. Priors Hill Copse, which is an impressive area of Oak woodland, provides an attractive area in which to walk. Footpaths lead to the Butlocks Heath Reservoir which lies to the north. Playing field with children's play areas. These are all within 200 meteres.
Royal Victoria Country Park, Netley Abbey
15 minutes away is the Royal Victoria Country Park. Overlooking Southampton Water, this popular park, covering over 200 acres, is one of the most scenic and delightful areas of South Hampshire once the site of a military hospital and its fascinating story can be viewed in the Heritage Centre.
Southampton Water and River Hamble local Sailing & Yacht Clubs.
Hamble River Sailing Club, Netley Sailing Club, Royal Southampton Yacht Club, Warsash Sailing Club & Weston Sailing Club. See link for a full list.
Southampton Water, 'Shipping'
Netley Abbey is an attractive small village edging Southampton Water and it is a delight to view the Queen Victoria, Queen Mary 2, Arcadia, Artimas, Aurora, Oceana, Sea Princess and many other Cruise and Cargo vessels from its shoreline as they enter the Port of Southampton, 'Gateway to the world'. All major shipping lines can be seen.
Port of Southampton, 'Ferries & Cruises for everyone' - There are Ferries, Hydrofoil services available to take you to a variety of destinations.
The Bunney is idyllically located in Butlocks Heath village
Access major cities, shopping centres & family attractions
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Warm, comfortable Lounge / Diner
Fully equipped Kitchen
Cottage style Double Bedroom
Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. Bedding/Towels: All Bed linen, Duvets, Towels, Face towels, Bath mat. Tea towels and Oven gloves are provided for your use and are included in the Booking Fee.
Pets Allowed: No. Sue & I agreed that we would not accept pets at The Bunney.
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Gas
Open Fire: No.
Smoking Allowed: No. No Smoking at The Bunney. Please do not put yourselves at risk or our property.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Please browse The Bunney Links for a wealth of activities available within the surrounding areas.
Local Services: Amenities: Cottage Inn, The Roll Call and General Store.
Netley Railway Station is on the main Southampton (5 miles) to Portsmouth (20 miles) line. To locate Woolston Road you need to leave the station on the north side and use St Mary's Road to access Hound Way and travel to Woolston Road. It is about 15-20 minute walk from the station. Follow the signs outside the station carpark. Get the latest rail information.
The village is served by bus links to and from Southampton City Centre and local villages such as Netley and Hamble le Rice. Bus No. 16 goes to Netley Village from Southampton. For more details, please contact First Bus. Telephone: 023 8022 4854.
Follow the brown tourist signs for the Royal Victoria Country Park from junction 8 (Windhover roundabout) off the M27 or A27. Turn off the Hamble Lane at the roundabout and take the second exit for Hound Road and then first right for Woolston Road. Get the latest online road information
Directions to The Bunney, 11 Old School Close, Butlocks Heath, (Netley Abbey), Southampton, Hampshire SO31 5QJ Junction 8 / M27.
ravelling from the West:
Using the A31 to junc. 1 / M27 onto junc. 8 / M27.
Travelling from the North West:
Using the A36 to junc. 2 / M27 onto junc. 8 / M27.
Travelling from the North:
Using the M3 to junc. 4 (East) onto junc. 5 / M27, then onto junc. 8 / M27.
From Southampton Airport:
Join the M27 heading South towards junc. 7, then onto junc. 8 / M27. Approximately 8.5 miles.
Travelling from the East:
Using the M27 to junc 8.