Sat nav is likely to take you to the WRONG end of the farm! so please use the postcode RG7 2AN, which is for the cottages at the top of our drive.
If you are coming in from the A33, from the south. You will reach a roundabout, where the A33 turns in to a Dual Carriage Way, at this roundabout turn left, towards Wellington Farm Shop and Mortimer & Beech Hill, follow the road past farm shop, over the hump back bridge and take next right, 1/2 mile after hump back. Follow this road up to the triangle in Beech Hill Village, bear left here, on to the Beech Hill Road. We are around ¾ mile from Beech Hill. Follow the Beech Hill Road you will pass a farm on the right (Perrins), you then go round a quite a sharp right hander, you pass a set of cottages on right; at the next bend (right hand) there is then another set of cottages, there are reflective posts on this bend and SLOW signs on the road; opposite this second set of cottages, and the reflective posts, is a “farm track”, there is a sign on the gate post “Little Park Farm” – turn left, down here, the drive runs for ¼ mile – you can’t see the house from road – If you get to Mortimer station turn around! you will drive past the front of the farmhouse, turn left down the side of the farmhouse, and then park behind the farmhouse to the left, you will see two blue doors, our back door is the one on the left hand side. Please knock loudly!
Approach from Mortimer. Head from Mortimer towards Mortimer station. As you flatten out at the bottom of the hill you turn right at mini round-about to take you past Mortimer station and over the railway bridge. We are approximately 2/3 mile from the station. Over the railway bridge, follow the road, round a sharp right hander, you then pass a right hand turn, 200 yards past the right hand turn is a set of cottages on the left and a farm track on your right, opposite the drive are 5 reflective posts marking the bend in the road, and SLOW signs painted on the road; there is a sign on the gate post “Little Park Farm” – turn right, down the track, the drive runs for ¼ mile – you can’t see the house from road.
From the M4 junction 11, take the A33 towards Basingstoke. Carry on down a short piece of dual carriage way, turn left at the round about, towards Spencers Wood/Three Mile Cross. Follow this road for about a mile, at the second garage (Murco) on your right, there is a right hand turn (Sign post: Beech Hill), take the right turn. Follow this road for 2-3 miles, you go through the village of Beech Hill. Once through Beech Hill, follow the ‘Beech Hill Road’ for about ¾ mile you will pass a farm on the right (Perrins), you then go round a quite a sharp right hander, you pass a set of cottages on right, there is then another set of cottages on the right (on a right hand bend) there are reflective posts on the bend and SLOW signs on the road. Opposite this second set of cottages is a “farm track”, there is a sign on the gate post “Little Park Farm” – turn left, down here, runs for ¼ mile – you can’t see the house from road. The Beech Hill Road has now turned into ‘The Forehead’ on your ‘sat nav’. If you get to Mortimer Station you have gone too far!
From MORTIMER RAIL STATION – The road has fast traffic on, so please watch yourself, but it is possible to walk the route, from the station car park, turn right onto station road, and walk over the bridge (over the railway line), carry on walking straight for a few hundred metres, then turn round the right hand bend into a wooded area; walk past the right hand turning to Stratfield Saye, the road opens up into open countryside, at the next bend to the left, our wide gravel drive is on the right hand side, walk down the drive (1/4 mile) and then around to the back of the house, we are the blue door on the left.
Little Park Farm bed and breakfast is conveniently located on the Hampshire / Berkshire border; if you have business, are visiting, or have a function in Mortimer, Beech Hill, Stratfield Saye, Spencer’s Wood, Three Mile Cross, Grazeley, Stratfield Turgis, Bramley, Basingstoke, Reading, Theale, Aldermaston, Tadley, and Burghfield.