Holiday Cottages In Bosham To Rent
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This village has a notable history and is most famous as the location from which Harold Godwinson sailed for Normandy in 1064. Stroll around the village and soak up the history. The sheltered waterside location of Bosham means that it is home to plenty of wildlife, in particular, migratory birds, and is a favourable sailing spot. Whether you want to get out on the water or appreciate the sailing boats from the shore, Bosham an idyllic location for a cottage holiday.
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Lorraine - verified booking
"That being said…. wow! This small site has just shot straight to the top of the list for a revisit. ***Before we begin –As at March 2018, do not use Google Maps to assess the property – it has been extensively renovated and this isn’t reflected in the satellite image***Let’s start with accessibility. Head south to Winchester on the A34, turn left, 20 minutes of countryside and you’re there. It doesn’t really get a lot simpler than that. As for the location; blimey, it’s gorgeous! Think atypical country village with pretty little church and cracking county pub. No streetlights, no pavements, hardly any people and, most importantly, no noise! The peace and quiet is almost deafening, punctuated infrequently by a passing Landrover or “squark” of local wildlife. What about the accommodation? Well, it’s been done well. Really well! When you come on these cottage holidays, you have to, at times, expect a level of “rustic charm”. Not here, while the outside is pure countryside, the inside is akin to a new build show home. Everything you want, everything you need, is right here already. The living area is comfortable; small but without being cramped. The bedroom is huge, and the bed is incredible… and bigger than my car! The bathroom is SO well finished and so impressive, that my wife is already starting to look at gutting our bathroom at home. All in all, this little cabin has been finished to an incredible standard and hasn’t missed a thing! Now, the most important part of the review – the Springer Spaniel perspective. Many places say “dog friendly”, by which they mean they’ll allow dogs. This place is different; they WELCOME dogs. You arrive to dog bowls and poo bags ready and waiting after the drive. The owner has acknowledged that most Spaniels can’t read and don’t care much for the “stay off the sofa” rules. The best owners in the world will turn their back occasionally, so they’ve got you covered and have provided throws to protect the furniture…just in case. The little garden area is secure enough, with a (at its lowest) waist high fence. Beyond the digs, the very pretty, disused railway is a 10 minute walk from the cabin (you’ll need a short lead as this is accessed by a fairly narrow road). The local pub accepts dogs and we all had a cracking meal in the bar one evening. Finally, the owner – Gill was friendly, warm and welcoming. You can see the love that’s been poured into this location everywhere you look. The walled garden was beautiful, and that’s in March. By the middle of summer, it’ll be exquisite. While you only see Gill very briefly here and there, she certainly adds a finishing touch to a brilliant place! What’s the conclusion then? Should I visit this place? Were you not reading what I wrote above? Of course you should! Take a really comfy hotel suite… plonk it in the Hampshire countryside…. Add your dogs… and you’ve got Garden Cottage."
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."
andrew - verified booking
"located close to the ferry terminal at Fishbourne so very convenient when travelling to the island. A good base to tour the island with everything being within 20 miles . The views of the Medina were good. Three pubs within 2-3 miles, with one being in 15 mins walking distance, serving carvery and other meals - this was mostly busy so we would advise booking in advance. Our son is a rapidly growing teenager and the 2ft 6 inch beds in the second bedroom were only just big enough for him, another year and they would have been too small.The house is just starting to show some signs of wear and tear but overall is a good choice for 3-5 people (we had a towel rail fall off when first touched, but without tools could not rectify this, and two of the showers are starting to show signs of use)"
Hilary - verified booking
"We loved the situation of the cottage, which is secluded at the far end of a pot-holed lane. The views of the tidal creek and the spectacle of the birds feeding at low tide provided hours of pleasure.Plus points - Very comfortable bed and sitting room furniture. 3 shower rooms and good handrails on the stairs. I am partially disabled and managed getting up and down very well.Minus points - The whole cottage stood in need of a thorough end of season deep clean, especially the carpet and rug in the sitting room. Lavatory seat in WC in master bedroom was broken. Not a huge amount of pots and pans, but we didn't mind as we mostly ate out. Over all, we thought it was very good value"
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!"