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Facilities at Hamptonne Country
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Hamptonne is located in the heart of Jersey's countryside and features a restored traditional farm with a collection of thatched granite houses, stables, meadows and orchard. The original outbuildings date to the mid 16th Century. To add to the ambience hens and other livestock are kept in the nearby meadow and around the site during the main season.
This extraordinary location took centre stage as the village of 'Mellstock' in the 2005 Channel 4 production of Thomas Hardy's 'Under the Greenwood Tree'. The site was transformed with the minor addition of a dummy church and market cross.
The historic aspect of the location is often brought to life with knowlegable actors on hand in traditional dress who are delighted to discuss life in their times.
This visitor attraction is open to the public during set opening hours and in addition for special events throughout the year. Weddings and receptions as well as corporate events may take place during your stay. Details are available on request.
A special walk around this historic parish has been created to help maximise the enjoyment of the location. This is a truly unique holiday experience.
Cider Barn Apartment - Maximum 6 persons plus infant.
Stairway access is through the cider barn.
First Floor: Kitchen-diner. Lounge with views across the north courtyard.
2 Double bedrooms. 1 Bedroom with bunk beds. Shower room plus additional w.c.
Note: The cider barn is licensed for civil wedding ceremonies on the ground floor (not in the apartment). In the event of a wedding taking place during wet weather you will need to vacate the apartment for a period of approximately 30 minutes whilst the service takes place. Due to the construction of the location it is not possible for you to occupy the apartment during the ceremony. Wedding receptions and corporate events may take place in a marquee overlooking the meadow with smaller gatherings taking place in Hamptonne House. There will be a gardien on site for the duration of any such events.
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Outside space is shared with museum visitors. Building images are of the general site and not necessarily of the self catering accommodation.
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