Directions to Berrydesign
All Directions - A Satnav note of caution
If you set your Satnav to our postcode, RG20 9QE, please be careful, as you will be sent an extra mile too far, and end up in the actual village of Crux Easton, where most mobile receptions are poor. As soon as your Satnav directs you off the A343 towards Crux Easton, Berrydesign is right in front of you. You will see a white Georgian house (with a painted sign on it “Three Legged Cross”), and a large triangle of green grass in front of it, and a pair of big black wooden gates. You have arrived! Please don’t go any further up the lane past us, even though the Satnav will tell you to!
Please be aware that there are no toilet facilities at our furniture showroom so advise stopping at Tot Hill or Chieveley services, and disabled access is limited, so please enquire, as it is within an ancient Georgian barn. Please keep all dogs in the car as we have free range chickens in the garden
Directions from the North:
From M4, Jn 13, we are exactly 11 miles:
1.Turn off junction 13 and join the A34 heading towards Winchester.
2. Continue until you pass a big ‘HAMPSHIRE’ sign on your left-hand side, you will need to take the next junction, which is approx. 1/2 mile after the sign.
3. After the turn-off you will need to take the 3rd exit at the roundabout towards Highclere (A343).
4. Follow the road (A343) through Highclere where you will eventually pass a pub called ‘The Yew Tree Inn’ a mile beyond Highclere village.
5. Approx. one mile after ‘The Yew Tree Inn’ you will drive up a very bendy, steep hill, through the woods.
6. Berrydesign will be in front of you at the top of the hill, a White Georgian house, behind a triangular section of grass. (The house has a painted sign on it saying “Three Legged Cross”)
Directions from the South
1. Leave the M3 at Junction 8 and take the road towards Andover (A303).
2. Then take the A34 North towards Newbury, and turn off the next junction after Tothill service station, signed towards Highclere/Andover, following the signs to Highclere/Andover (A343) and continue with directions from the North points 4-6.
The Yew Tree Inn at the bottom of the hill is a great place for lunch and Marco Pierre White now owns the Carnarvon Arms which is 3 miles away – quite an experience! Also just half an hour away is the city of Winchester with is small streets and cathedral and also some wonderful places to eat and stay (Hotel du Vin is expensive but an experience not to be forgotten!) For more information on the yew tree visit www.theyewtree.co.uk. Stonehenge or the Isle of Wight is also 50 minutes down the road for the more adventurous!
Visits are by appointment only to make sure that Chris is available to discuss designs and your requirements with you. Our opening times are Monday-Saturdays 9am-5pm (closed on Bank holidays).