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Barton on Sea offers plenty for visitors to enjoy all year round. As well as a lovely beach for sunny summer days, there is also great coastal walking here. The Solent Way starts from Barton on Sea and follows the coast through Keyhaven Nature Reserve. There is also a second nature reserve on the other side of the village, near Highcliffe Castle. Don’t forget to visit the much-loved New Forest National Park while you’re here too.
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David - verified booking
"S50422 is well equipped and located. The house manager was incredibly helpful and provided a lovely personalised welcome pack. The kitchen is well equipped and the wifi and smart TV were great to have. The house in our opinion could do with some updating in terms of painting. The ceiling is very low in the kitchen, and the shower in the downstairs en-suite bathroom is quite small although works well. There are beams and sloping ceilings upstairs so tall people need to be aware of this!The conservatory is lovely and has a great wood burner – we echo another reviewer’s comments though that this would mean that the downstairs is all incredibly hot in hot weather. The property is well located in terms of being very close to the New Forest and near to the sea and lovely beaches. Nearby are a couple of small towns that have supermarkets and useful shops, and the most local pub (The Plough) serves good food. The road to the pub however is, in our opinion, not one we would walk down as it is a country lane with no lighting and little space to keep out of the road as cars pass. Easy drive to both pubs. The cottage is close to Lymington and Lyndhurst where it is very easy to get to these places.It must be stated however that, contrary to the website description, the property is neither detached nor secluded. Physically attached to the property are working stables and the house is not fully at the end of the lane as stated and the lane is used at all times of the day and into the very late evening by people tending to their horses. You can therefore hear the horses and any related activity from within the house at all hours (including overnight), and in particular this could be heard in the bedrooms. There is also another house within metres of this house also so it is not as secluded as we had hoped for.The garden is lovely although it does look out onto the lane with people driving past as mentioned above therefore it is not private. There are also other houses visible from the garden, and we could hear children / tractors / renovation noises etc. If you are early risers and don’t mind some neighbour noise and are not particularly concerned about people coming and going then this is a lovely location and house; but if, like us, you were specifically looking for a fully detached and secluded peaceful property with no near neighbours and a good level of privacy then we would not recommend this property."
Rebecca - verified booking
"It's hard to say what the best thing about Bowden is: braving the wind to stand on the private beach at midnight on Christmas Eve; cooking Christmas dinner with red squirrels feeding outside the window; sitting in the conservatory watching the sky get dark across the beautiful grounds; running your hands over the banisters, lovingly restored with 24 coats of varnish; chatting to Peter the owner over coffee; piling into the living room with wine, cake and board games... The house is historic, majestic, magical and beautifully crafted, with space for a large extended family group to eat together and play together, or to spread out over several rooms for a variety of activities. A minor drawback is the disparity between the sweeping grandeur of the first floor and the servants quarters on the second floor: bedroom and bathroom arrangements need some negotiation to keep all group members happy! It was a privilege to be the first guests for Christmas 2017 and to feel that we honoured Peter's vision of bringing his beloved family home back to life for a new chapter in the house's history."
Ken - verified booking
"Fantastic venue for a big get together for a special occasion and/or holiday. Hardly a cottage!, a mansion with facilities to match. The photos on the website are brilliant, but cannot and do not do S81422 justice. We arrived in wonderful weather, which helps of course, but it is a lovely house and grounds beautifully and lovingly maintained. Our party of eight adults and two small children, six and three, all loved it. Almost all of us were new to the Isle so we explored but you could easily just spend your time enjoying the splendid facilities on offer and the extensive gardens. The hosts are warm and generous and attentive. I have run out of superlatives!"
Ruth - verified booking
"The cottage at S50111 was very well equipped, and spotlessly clean. Karen made us feel welcome, and the goodies waiting for us on arrival were a nice surprise.We found the bed in the main bedroom pretty uncomfortable, we didn't sleep well, and even left a day earlier than we had planned to because of this.The cottage is on a busy road, the front bedroom would benefit from blackout curtain lining to prevent car headlights racing across the room while your'e trying to get to sleep, and in summer having the window open at night would be very noisy."
Steve - verified booking
"Having stayed in many holiday cottages over the last 40 years, I rate this cottage as the best ever; very well equipped, very charming, very comfortable and extremely well renovated. There is no off-road parking, but parking in the street, just across the road was easy (it may be more difficult in peak season). For us, the location was ideal, with Wimbourne Minster just a 5 minute drive, the coast at Poole, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Swanage 20 to 30 minutes away, and also the New Forest. And everywhere is dog friendly. We will be returning."