Nursted Farm


Nursted Farm is a family run working farm offering bed & breakfast and self-catering accomodation.

Situated within the South Downs National Park and close to the market town of Petersfield the farm offers well presented, light and spacious accommodation which has been sympathetically modernised whilst retaining its original 18thcentury character

Located on the outskirts of the Hampshire village of Buriton, we are ideally situated if you are exploring the South Downs Way, attending a function in the Tithe Barn at Ditcham, at Goodwood - or any events in Petersfield.

To contact us please telephone 01730 264278, email or use the website: 

Accomodation available in our 18th century farmhouse consists of a double/family room and two twin bedded rooms all with either ensuite or private facilities; recently modernised and maintained to a high standard. As well as fully centrally heated there are open fires and a woodburner stove.

There is a designated guest television room and visitors are welcome to enjoy the peace and tranquility of the extensive garden which contains a vast variety of flowering plants from spring flowers through to summer roses.We are in a rural location and almost every night many differing species of owls can be seen and heard as well as bats and during daylight hours deer, pheasants, hares and foxes. We also offer drying facilities; including wet boots. An iron and board can be made available on request.

We can supply information relating to bus and train timetables as well as a list of reliable local taxi numbers.

Breakfast can be chosen from an extensive menu including a cooked English breakfast, cereals, fruit juice, toast, tea and coffee. Special diets can be catered for and packed lunches are available on request.

There is ample secure off road parking available and secure locked storage facilities for bikes.

Located in a rural area of outstanding natural beauty yet we are only 30 minutes from Portsmouth and The South Coast.

Please note that as we are a working farm we are closed during the months of March and April as this is when the sheep are due to lamb.