Lionel Hitchen (Essential Oils) Ltd has its main facility in the village of Barton Stacey, with a further site in the nearby town of Andover.
Barton Stacey is in the county of Hampshire, nestled within the chalk downs that characterise much of this part of southern England. Sitting astride the river Dever (a tributary of the famous River Test and itself good for trout fishing) there is a small but thriving community here within an ancient landscape with evidence of habitation stretching back over 4000 years.
The village, whilst enjoying a quiet rural location, is only a mile from the main A303 and from there the M3 and A34 provide access from the East, South East and North, whilst the A303 itself will take you into the heart of the South West. Winchester, steeped in history and the county town of Hampshire, is just 7 miles away, with Salisbury and its famous cathedral just a half hour drive. The same time in the car will take you to the world heritage site of Stonehenge. Southampton is just 35 miles, and there is a direct road link into London which is only 65 miles away.
Andover, also in Hampshire and a short drive along the A303, offers the convenient and modern amenities that would be expected in a town within commuting distance of central London but still retains the charm of a market town.
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