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Welcome to Little Mead Bed & Breakfast
Little Mead is a B&B in a lovely family house situated in a tree–lined lane in the village of Sparsholt, Winchester overlooking the Parish Church – an idyllic rural haven based in the heart of Hampshire. We want you to share our home as a base for your holiday or business in the Winchester area.
We offer John Lewis sheets, generous beds and home cooked breakfast.
Little Mead is family friendly and guests are very welcome to make use of our beautiful garden, which overlooks a 12th Century Parish Church.
We have two very friendly dogs – a Labrador and miniature Jack Russell. Please let us know if this is likely to cause a problem and we will ensure that the dogs are kept away from you.
Little Mead offers guests easy access to Winchester, Hursley, Stockbridge and Southampton Airport. Local attractions include walks in the extensive woodlands and some of the best fly fishing in the world on the River Test. Stonehenge & Portsmouth are just 45 minutes drive away.
Little Mead voted ‘Friendliest B&B in South East England’ in Eviivo’s 2011 Awards Little Mead awarded TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2014, 2015 and 2016. Click link for Little Mead reviews on Tripadvisor.
“Just the feeling one looks for in a B&B”
Mr and Mrs M.
“We came for a peaceful change and found it wonderful.”
Captain and Mrs M.
Sparsholt is served by an hourly bus service during the day to and from Winchester (Stagecoach No 7).
There is a bus stop just 50 yards from Little Mead. The bus passes Winchester Station. This service does not operate on Bank Holidays or on Sundays.
Winchester Station provides regular fast trains to London, Portsmouth, Southampton, Bournemouth and beyond, Reading, Birmingham and the North of England. The station is a ten minute taxi ride from Little Mead.
Southampton Airport is just 25 minutes away by car or train and taxi and provides regular scheduled air services to UK and continental destinations.
London Heathrow and Gatwick are easily accessible by fast Motorway links, or, in the case of Heathrow, by the Rail Air links to Woking and Reading.