Jane Austen's House is located in the quintessentially English village of Chawton in Hampshire.

There is much to discover throughout the village including beautiful parkland with a play area, Chawton House (the house that belonged to Jane Austen’s brother), St Nicholas Church where the graves of Jane Austen’s mother and sister are located, as well as a statue of Jane Austen. There are several walks and trails also to be followed in the village and surrounding area.

A map of Chawton

Chawton Village

Illustrated map by Elizabeth Lander

Food & Drinks

Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy at one of the picnic tables in the village parkland. For refreshments in the village there are three options; Cassandra’s Cup, The Greyfriar Pub (both opposite Jane Austen’s House) and The Old Kitchen Tearoom at Chawton House, a short walk away. Please check their websites for opening times and more information on their current services.