Set high on Otterbourne Hill, overlooking the beautiful River Itchen Valley, The Grange nestles in five acres of mature oak woodland, surrounded on three sides by thirty hectares of Otterbourne Park Wood. Home to a family of wild deer, teaming with indigenous birds and other wildlife, our grounds, with its lawns, orchard, and natural woodland surround, provide a truly unique setting in quiet Hampshire countryside.
Our large Victorian manor house with its grande reception areas, feature fireplaces and staircase, and vaulted ceilings, evoke memories of a bygone era when Otterbourne Grange was home to the Versey-Fitzgeralds of Winchester. The Home offers magnificent views of the ever changing country scene, from the woodland carpet of indigenous bluebells in summer, to the rich tapestry of ochre in autumn, providing an idyllic setting for the rest and recuperation of our twenty five residents.
With a long established reputation in the area for providing a high level of care, it is no surprise that Otterbourne Grange has been host to some very illustrious residents over the years, many of whom have found the privacy, warmth, and air of peace and tranquillity, unusual in this day and age.
Come and visit us to see and feel why our Home has enjoyed such a high level of occupancy over the years.