Visit Crondall and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Crondall, Hampshire, is admired for its prettiness. The Court is a fine Georgian building, and the Church of All Saints, approached by a lime avenue, is magnificent.
Originally Norman, it was later restored in the same style. At least three doorways are 12th century, and the interior, with clerestoried nave and vaulted chancel, is grand. The red-brick tower was added in 1658 for the sum of £428, and on the chancel floor is an ancient brass to Nicholas Caerwent, who died in 1381.
Round about, the country is varied, with woods, farms, and downs, along which runs the prehistoric Harrow Way. Caesar's Camp is just north east of the village; but this earthwork, with double ditch and rampart, dates back to far earlier times, although the rich treasure of gold coins - found here in 1828 are now in the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford - dates from c. AD. 600. There are two Norman motte-and-bailey camps on the Farnham road, and Powderham Castle and Bailey Pound Copse are now scheduled as Ancient Monuments.
Have you decided to visit Crondall or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Crondall bed and breakfast (a Crondall B&B or Crondall b and b)
- a Crondall guesthouse
- a Crondall hotel (or motel)
- a Crondall self-catering establishment, or
- other Crondall accommodation