There is a large, comfortable common/quiet lounge, heating supplemented by a wood-burning stove in the winter.
The visitors’ cloister is a quiet, enclosed space for you to just be. A warm sun-trap in the summer, it is planted up with colourful, scented climbers and cooled by a burbling fountain. Watch the lazy bees rest and slake their thirst at the pond in the summer.
The Abbey is set in its own tranquil gardens, situated amidst miles of rolling, Hampshire countryside and less than a mile from the South Downs National Park.
For literati, the Abbey is in the heart of Jane Austen country.
Keen naturalists will want to visit the nearby home of Revd Gilbert White and climb the Zig-Zag Path he built on the hangers overlooking Selbourne.
Please bring your own soap and towel
It is recommended that you contact the Guest Masters in advance to check on the availability of rooms for the dates you require. Places are popular but limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.