Hurstbourne Tarrant. Open daily. Free entry.

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Accessibility:

There is some parking in the village. There are no public toilets – the closest ones will be at a a nearby pub. The village is wheelchair friendly. Guide dogs are welcome.

Brief Description:

Hurstbourne Tarrant is a village in Hampshire, England. It lies to the north of the county in the Test Valley. The Tarrant part of the name originates from 1226, when the village was given to the Cistercian Tarrant nunnery.

Further Information:

Address:

Hurstbourne Tarrant, Hampshire, SP11 0ER.

Email:

Available via website.

Phone:

None available.

Website:

http://www.hbt.org.uk/

Opening Hours:

Open daily.

Directions:

Hurstbourne Tarrant is approx. 7 miles North of Andover via the A343. OS SU 402547.

Transport:

There is a regular bus service in Hampshire. For more travel information go to http://www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/hampshire/.

Amenities:

There are a number of places to eat, drink and stay in Hurstbourne Tarrant and its surrounding area.

Travel Information

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