Built in 1820s and set in 500 acres of pastures and parkland, the estate is a working farm and country residence that has been in the family since 1937. Set in a secluded and peaceful position, this much-loved family home has been decorated to a high
standard.Typically Georgian, the house has large rooms,fireplaces and a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Downstairs a large drawing room with a grand piano, a smaller sitting room for a quiet chat or an afternoon with a book, a TV room and snooker room with a full size table. There is a modern family kitchen for twelve and an additional catering kitchen, larger groups can use the more formal dining room. Staff are available on request
Mickleton can sleep a maximum of eighteen in nine double bedrooms. All with luxurious, comfortable beds and amazing views. There are four ensuite bathrooms, and an additional two bathrooms between the remaining five bedrooms.
The garden door leads out onto a large stone flagged terrace and a huge flat lawn, with wonderful unspoilt views over Meon Hill. In the twelve acres of private garden immediately surrounding the house, there is a large a heated swimming pool and a hard tennis court.