Nestled within Meon Valley and Winchester, Wickham in Hampshire offers you the opportunity to enjoy stunning forestry, open fields and farmland along with beautiful architecture and quaint and unique towns.
Hampshire is famous for some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK, visit our vineyard in Wickham and it's understandable why.
Wickham is a medieval town nestled within the Meon Valley, surrounded by countryside and forests its location is perfect for walking, cycling and rambling as well as being home to some great little fishing spots. Wickham is home to St Nicholas church dating back to 1120 and Chesapeake Mill a grade II listed mill built in 1820, both of which are worth visiting. Wickham has plenty of quaint little tearooms and antique shops which can be enjoyed over a leisurely weekend break. If you are looking to find a great little gem there is also a local auction house selling antique jewellery, furnishings and other interesting items.
A beautiful local forest containing a range of walks suitable for all ages and abilities, including trails which lead through Oak trees still remaining from Napoleonic times. The forest is made up of woodlands, open planes, farmland along with Oak and Conifer plantations. The trails including: West Walk, Woodend and the Old Oak Trail are prefect for those on foot or also for bikes, and have facilities for dog walkers and those with children. The natural habitats are teaming with wildlife including Rabbits, Deer and a variety of birds, although you will have to be very quiet to spot them.
Living within the county of Winchester, Wickham is a glorious little town to be explored and one that shouldn’t be missed. However if you are looking for a livelier atmosphere, the rural and chic countryside city of Winchester’s is a great place to visit. Around a 20 minute drive away this thriving city is home to bustling local farmers markets, elegant boutiques and beautiful ancient architecture including a stunning cathedral.