Downton - Little Terraces

Little Terraces is situated in the pretty village of Downton.  Read on to find out more : 


Downton Cuckoo Fair

On Saturday of the May Day Bank Holiday weekend Downton Cuckoo Fair offers fun for all ages. Crafts, maypole dancing, music, food, drink and lots, lots more, it is one of the best local events attracting many visitors from near and far. Stay at Little Terraces and this is just a stroll away.


Downton: Things to do

Whilst quaint and peaceful, Downton boasts 3 good pubs, serving excellent home cooked food, 2 small supermarkets, butcher, baker, café, post office, chemist and fish & chip shop, all within walking distance of Little Terraces. No need to move the car from its dedicated parking space.


Downton: River and Forest

Downton is on the Wiltshire / Hampshire border. The pretty river Avon flows through it from Salisbury to the north, on south to Fordingbridge, both 6 miles away. Just 5 minutes and you are in the beautiful New Forest National Park with its abundant wildlife and varied flora.

Downton : on the River Avon

Little Terraces is situated in the charming village of Downton on the borders of Wiltshire, Hampshire and Dorset. With pretty thatched cottages, a flowing river and fields, Downton comes with the benefit of all the local shops you need, 3 friendly pubs serving excellent home cooked food along with a couple of cafes. Everything you need is within easy walking distance of your holiday cottage. Downton is well known for its excellent fishing, both on the River Avon and local lakes - where day tickets can be purchased. There are delightful walks straight from the door and the New Forest is a very short drive away. Head further afield to the medieval town of Salisbury with its beautiful cathedral. Drive to historic sites such as Stonehenge, Avebury Rings, Kingston Lacy and local Breamore House. The glorious south coast beaches from Christchurch to Poole with its stunning harbour are within an easy drive. Head over to the Purbeck hills with the striking Corfe Castle and Lulworth Cove. There is so much to do, something for everyone - you will need to come back again