One of our private trout fishing lakes


With many nearby attractions, places of historic interest and so much beautiful countryside, a holiday at Stubbs Farm is special at any time of the year.

So much to see…

Cultural: Jane Austen’s House, Chawton; Gilbert White’s House and The Oates Museum, Selborne; The Allen Gallery, Alton.

Museums: The Curtis Museum, Alton; Milestones, Basingstoke; Rural Life Museum, Tilford.

Houses & Gardens: RHS Garden, Wisley; National Trust properties of Hinton Ampner,
Uppark & The Vyne.

Specialist attractions: Watercress Line Steam Railway between Alton and Alresford; Hollycombe Steam Collection near Liphook; Birdworld near Farnham.

Cathedral towns and cities: Winchester, Guildford, Chichester and Salisbury are all within easy driving distance.

South Coast: Portsmouth, world-famous for its naval heritage and home to Henry VIII’s battleship The Mary Rose and Nelson’s flagship HMS Victory, is 40 minutes away. Beaches of the South Coast including Southsea, Hayling Island and The Witterings are easily accessible.

View towards Binsted from Stubbs Farm

and do…

Cycling: Using quiet country lanes, explore peaceful and scenic areas of East Hampshire. Alice Holt Woodland Park also provide a cycle trail where hire bikes are available.

Walking: Guests are welcome to walk on the farm, enjoying the peace and tranquillity. Several footpaths cross Stubbs Farm with one being a direct link to The Hangers Way – a long distance path from Alton to Petersfield.

Fishing: Two trout lakes at Stubbs Farm provide private fly fishing and day tickets may be purchased.

Golf: There are a number of excellent golf courses in the area including Old Thorns at Liphook.

Birdwatching & Wildlife: Stubbs Farm is a haven for wildlife where buzzards, barn owls, roe deer, badgers and many others are often seen. Part of Stubbs Farm is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Gliding: Lasham Gliding Centre – Fly with an experienced instructor soaring over the beautiful countryside.