A tranquil home in rural Hampshire
Tudor House B&B offers restful and relaxing accommodation in the quintessentially English village of Ropley. The property has an elegant country house look, with a welcome that includes tea by the fire in the drawing room or, when the weather is right, in the garden.
There are three guest bedrooms at Tudor House, all furnished to the highest standards. The Tulip Room has a 4’6″ double bed, views of the garden, and an en-suite shower room. Peony also has a 4’6″ double bed and has a private bathroom; this can be booked alongside the Rose Room, with a single bed, in which case the bathroom is shared. Waffle dressing gowns are provided, mattresses are super-comfortable, and each bedroom has TV, hairdryer, coffee and tea facilities and wifi on request.
Delicious breakfasts are freshly prepared each morning, using local ingredients where possible. There’s a choice of traditional English and continental breakfasts: just place your order the night before.
Ropley, with its own train station served by the steam-driven Watercress Line, is an English village at its best. The surrounding countyside is beautiful, with the South Downs National Park on every side and the New Forest close by. The town of Alresford and the city of Winchester are within easy range and Southampton, Basingstoke and Guildford are not too far.
- Children by Arrangement
- Free off-street parking
- Free Wifi
- Adventure Park
- Bird Watching
- Local Park
- Museums & Galleries
- National Park
- Nature Reserve, Wildlife Park/Area
- Places of Historical Interest
- Train Station
Price per room per night based on two sharing, including breakfast
Tulip and Peony rooms one night rates - £130, rates for two nights or more - £125.
Single Occupancy for one night - £125, single occupancy for two nights or more - £90
Rose Room (single occupancy only) - £85. Late bookings only
Peony and Rose rooms booked together; one night rates £195 for three people, £180 for two
Peony and Rose rooms booked together; two or more night rates £175 for three people, £160 for two
Tulip, Peony and Rose rooms booked together; one night rates £300 for five people, £275 for four, £240 for three
Tulip, Peony and Rose rooms booked together, two or more night rates £290 for five people, £270 for four people or £235 for three
The village of Ropley is four miles east from Alresford and within easy driving distance of Winchester: it is half-way between the A3 and the M3 in the heart of the mellow county of Hampshire. Tudor House B&B is on the northern edge of the South Downs National Park, close to the New Forest and within easy reach of a number of south-coast beaches. In the region there are any number of National Trust houses, world famous gardens, museums, theatres and opera venues. Tudor House has compiled a comprehensive list of places to visit and things to do has been compiled for guests: you'll find a copy in your room.
"We stayed for 3 nights at the cosy and wonderful Tudor House B&B in the beautiful english countryside. Julia was a fantastic hostess. Actually is was like staying at your favourite aunt, and we had some long, cosy chats in the evening. The room was really lovely with a really nice bed and your own bathroom. Oh, I almost forgot about Julias absolutely wonderful dog, Alfie. He was very friendly and playful. Actually we immediately called him "Lord Alfie". If I should ever have a dog it should be a dog like him. Julia makes a really wonderful breakfast, just the way you want it. We can recommend to eat at "The Globe" in Alresford and at "River Cottage" in Winchester. Perfect place to stay for visiting "Stonehenge" and the "Portsmouth Historical Dockyard", where you among a lot of other things can see and go around inside Lord Nelsons ship HMS Victory and hear about the battle of Trafalgar. Julia is a wonderful lady with many interesting interests. She can even teach you fly fishing :-)"
Christina N, 2019
- Bio : Julia Morgan is no stranger to B&B hospitality, having run a very successful lodge in her previous home in Kilmeston. She moved to Tudor House in 2016 and has used her artistic background to create a welcoming country home that she shares with Alfie, the small but friendly family dog.