Links with The Greyhound


Fishing Breaks

The Greyhound’s agent, and a good site for finding day rods on Hampshire rivers

Fishing at Wherwell Priory

A mile and a half of exclusive fishing on the Test – some season rods available


“A country sports enthusiast’s paradise” stocking a wide range of fishing tackle, shooting accessories, country clothing and sporting prints and originals by Richard Robjent.


Fishing shop opposite The Greyhound in Stockbridge High Street


The Body Barn

The Body Barn is a private hair and beauty salon nestled in the heart of Hampshire, specialising in holistic treatments.

Courcoux & Courcoux

A gallery representing over 30 leading and up-and-coming British and overseas artists including Sophie Ryder, Claire Norrington, Guy Taplin, Fred Yates, Boaz Vaadia and Margaret Egan. Work by the late Elisabeth Frink is also available

The Wykeham Gallery

A gallery selling paintings, watercolours and sculpture by contemporary artists, alongside pictures from 1880 – 1940


Local sites and activities

Mottisfont Abbey

13th-century former priory set in glorious landscaped grounds
Walled gardens, home to the National Collection of old-fashioned roses.
Tranquil park, woodland and riverside walks


Monument built 3100 BC – World Heritage Site

The New Forest

Picturesque villages, bustling market towns and a special atmosphere and timelessness. Of course you will want to enjoy the woodland walks but there is something for everyone in the Forest.


Broadlands has been a part of English history for centuries….home to statesmen and men of action….host to royalty and the brilliant, powerful and celebrated of their time.


National Motor Museum, Palace House, and Beaulieu Abbey

Salisbury Cathedral

Salisbury Cathedral is a beautiful and historic building, an international symbol of Christianity and a world class heritage attraction.

Winchester Castle

The Great Hall is the only remaining part of the 13th Century Winchester Castle that remains above ground. It houses the Bronze statue of Queen Victoria, 1897, which once stood in Abbey Gardens, and is also the home of the World famous Mediaeval Round Table.

Winchester Cathedral

Winchester Cathedral has its origins in the 7th century, when a Christian Church was first built on this site. Since then it has played a fundamental part in the life of this ancient City and a role in the history of our nation.