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Holiday Cottages In New Forest To Rent

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Holiday Cottages in the New Forest

Given that the New Forest was named in 1079 by William the Conqueror, it can’t really claim to be that new at all. However, it is as pretty as a picture, boasting some of the most idyllic countryside that England has to offer. Full of tiny, unspoilt villages that wouldn’t look out of place on a chocolate box, and peppered with wild ponies, our cottages offer the perfect base from which to explore this dreamy part of the UK.

New Forest Cottages

While most people tend to imagine the New Forest as something out of Robin Hood, it does also sport one of the most spectacular coastlines in the country. Whether you fancy topping your tan up in the summer of taking a bracing walk in winter, there are plenty of beaches and coves to explore. The coastal walk from the harbour at Keyhaven is immensely popular, and the New Forest Tour blue route will help you uncover all those secluded bays and saltwater lagoons. Many of our

New Forest Cottages

are a short distance from the coast, giving you the opportunity to be beside the seaside at any time of year.

What is there to do on holiday in the New Forest?

Many of our

holiday cottages in the New Forest

are ideal for couples looking to get away from it all and enjoy some quiet time together. With such a beautiful backdrop, you only have to step out of your front door to soak up the ambience. However, if you’re looking for things to do, you could always start by taking a trip to the village of Lover. Technically, it’s pronounced ‘low-ver’ – but who cares? Alternatively, Piper’s Wait, near Lyndhurst, is the New Forest’s highest point and has been the scene of many a bended knee proposal. The Knightwood Oak is a 600-year-old tree, with a circumference of over seven metres; well worth a visit.

If you’ve booked one of our

holiday cottages in the New Forest

for your whole clan, you’ll need some days out with the kids in mind. Paultons Park is the home of Peppa Pig World; ideal for fans of everyone’s favourite porcine pal. For something a little less cuddly, get your children down to Liberty’s Owl, Raptor and Reptile Centre. Alternatively, you can help them burn off any excess energy with a leisurely cycle along one of the Forest’s many designated routes.

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Holiday Cottages In New Forest To Rent

More New Forest Cottages

Holiday Cottages in the New Forest

Given that the New Forest was named in 1079 by William the Conqueror, it can’t really claim to be that new at all. However, it is as pretty as a picture, boasting some of the most idyllic countryside that England has to offer. Full of tiny, unspoilt villages that wouldn’t look out of place on a chocolate box, and peppered with wild ponies, our cottages offer the perfect base from which to explore this dreamy part of the UK.

New Forest Cottages

While most people tend to imagine the New Forest as something out of Robin Hood, it does also sport one of the most spectacular coastlines in the country. Whether you fancy topping your tan up in the summer of taking a bracing walk in winter, there are plenty of beaches and coves to explore. The coastal walk from the harbour at Keyhaven is immensely popular, and the New Forest Tour blue route will help you uncover all those secluded bays and saltwater lagoons. Many of our

New Forest Cottages

are a short distance from the coast, giving you the opportunity to be beside the seaside at any time of year.

What is there to do on holiday in the New Forest?

Many of our

holiday cottages in the New Forest

are ideal for couples looking to get away from it all and enjoy some quiet time together. With such a beautiful backdrop, you only have to step out of your front door to soak up the ambience. However, if you’re looking for things to do, you could always start by taking a trip to the village of Lover. Technically, it’s pronounced ‘low-ver’ – but who cares? Alternatively, Piper’s Wait, near Lyndhurst, is the New Forest’s highest point and has been the scene of many a bended knee proposal. The Knightwood Oak is a 600-year-old tree, with a circumference of over seven metres; well worth a visit.

If you’ve booked one of our

holiday cottages in the New Forest

for your whole clan, you’ll need some days out with the kids in mind. Paultons Park is the home of Peppa Pig World; ideal for fans of everyone’s favourite porcine pal. For something a little less cuddly, get your children down to Liberty’s Owl, Raptor and Reptile Centre. Alternatively, you can help them burn off any excess energy with a leisurely cycle along one of the Forest’s many designated routes.

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About New Forest

What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in new forest to rent.

  1. Sandra

    Verified purchase

    "On our arrival at S14071 on the afternoon of Friday 1st September2017 we were impressed by what appeared to be a charming cottage in an idyllic forest setting.Despite comments from other visitors regarding the state of the lane we did not find this a problem, even with a trailer load of bicycles in tow.Unfortunately, the front garden did not appear to have received any attention for quite some time, so retrieving the keys from the combination key box on the outside wall, involved walking through a collection of weeds, undergrowth and overgrown hedging. We duly moved our belongings into our selected bedrooms in the cottage and unpacked. We then took time to explore our new surroundings; it was then that we noted some further problems.There was considerable mould in the bathroom, on the ceiling and outside wall, my wife managed to remove this with a cloth, bleach and elbow grease. I meanwhile fixed the loose toilet seat.The rear lawn had not been mown for quite some time and there was evidence of dog’s mess, with a toddler looking to let off steam this was not good. I eventually borrowed an extension lead from the neighbour and mowed the lawn. Whilst I was doing this, my wife was clearing weeds and vegetation from around the front door. I also removed a lot of overgrown vegetation obscuring a window. We reported the problems to the agent and were told to ring the owner or the caretaker. The owner responded, she apologised and did offer some recompense due to the inconvenience we had encountered upon our arrival.The following morning we had a puddle of water on the kitchen floor, which on investigation, appeared to be coming from the freezer, the door of which would not close due a build up of ice. It was in dire need of defrosting. This was reported to caretaker who asked if it was still working. The dishwasher would not work correctly and the oven was, in my opinion, very dirty, we also found dirty crockery and glasses in the cupboards. Having a young child with us, crumbs were inevitably dropped and which needed to be cleaned up. This in itself highlighted another problem, the vacuum cleaner was clogged with dirt, not just a case of emptying the bin, but it had be stripped down and cleaned.As I stated at the beginning, this is a charming cottage, but one that has been sadly neglected, poorly maintained and in my opinion not worth the money we paid for it.Would we return here? In a word – No."
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  2. Alexander

    Verified purchase

    "Lovely place well equipped and laid out in a quiet little village. Would be ideal for anyone seeking a little quiet corner of rural England, yet its within 30-40 miles of lots of attractions.My only gripes and the reason for saying I'd not stay there again is that as a technology guy the fact that it was in an area with no mobile signal (O2) and that the cottage WiFi was quite laggy ie: it was 2Mb speed but suffered a lot from latency issues causing it to be impossible to use for much beyond email and a couple of websites. No hope of getting BBC iPlayer or similar to work in a watchable fashion for instance.So I was without a decent internet connection for a week, which for most people would be a blessing, for me not so much.The other slightly disappointing thing was the lack of a welcome pack. Most other holiday cottage bookings I've had there's at least a half pint of milk in fridge, a little coffee, tea, sugar, ie: enough to get you a cuppa after a long day's travelling.I did find a jar of coffee in the bottom of a large cupboard half way through the week, but really it should be near the kettle, and without sugar, milk etc its not much use. Also there was no washing up liquid and no soap in bathroom. I ended up having to buy a bottle of washing up liquid and a liquid soap dispenser for the bathroom that was really poor. For a £5 max the owner could have provided these little details. It was unfortunate as it meant the first impression was a negative one as I had to immediately head back out to find the local shop which was thankfully just a couple of minutes walk away. I was of course annoying to buy washing up liquid, soap and sugar to leave them for the next guests. This is really not the job of guests to supply and soured my experience."
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  3. Sam

    Verified purchase

    "What a great cottage , extremely comfortable and a real home from home experience. The cottage had everything you would need and more. We enjoyed lighting a fire at the end of the day and relaxing on the comfortable sofas after a busy day, We were a small family 2 adults and a 2 year old and found the cottage child friendly , as the garden was enclosed and the cottage opened out onto a rural path that only served the adjoining houses, The stairs were off the open plan lounge diner but there was a door at the bottom which acted as a great stairgate. I had seen a few pictures off ponies coming up to the gate at the front off the cottage on this website but thought that might have been a chance encounter obviously not as we were lucky enough to have them come and visit us a few times as well which my toddler son loved and so did I!!!. The location of the cottage was fab only 15 mins walk into Lyndhurst and 7mins to the nearest pub so you had the advantage of feeling you were remote but not far at all from all the amenities which Lyndhurst had to offer.The cottage is very central to get to local attractions , for families these were Peppa Pig World around 20 mins, New Forest Wildlife Park and Longdown Farm Park around the same, 35 mins to the aquarium at Bournemouth. We did some lovely family friendly walks in the local areas which were flat and around 2-5 miles long. I would definitely recommend this cottage to friends and family."
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  4. Linda

    Verified purchase

    "very disappointed. The dirt track( you cant call it a drive) to the cottage not car friendly it apparently had been repaired so I hate to think what it was like before. We understood there was also parking in the approach road not for us as sadly as there was always cars parked there. The cottage had an overall look of neglect. some of the kitchen equipment had to be washed before use, some you would,nt want to use for cooking anyway. cooker had grease around the controls, some window ledges in the cottage had mould, sofas had seen better days very uncomfortable one with black greasy arms. kitchen which was dark anyway had three lights not working. toilet seat loose. smoke alarm on top landing to our dismay was just hanging loose with no battery. a serious issue I feel. Garden neglected, boundaries down so next door dogs come into the garden not good if you have children. Plus side bedding was lovely and clean and smelt fresh.Traffic around Lyndhurst a nightmare"
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  5. Emma

    Verified purchase

    "Lovely cottage in a lovely setting. We enjoyed the little garden area, and the owners were very helpful. It was perfectly situated for us to go to a wedding at nearby Horsebridge Station and then have a little break afterwards.Local pubs are good, both in the village and in Horsebridge. Found a lovely spot to walk at Stockbridge Marsh. Nicely decorated, lovely area, good local amenities and not far to local attractions.Three things we felt could improve the stay:1) more welcome information, particularly about what could go in which bin and where nearest petrol and big shops are located etc.2) an electric dehumidifier. The cottage was very humid and felt damp (although no mould or damp spots evident). Our clothes and bedding felt a bit damp to the touch and a proper dehumidifier just for an hour or so a day would have improved things.3) a footstool to go with the sofa would be nice.Otherwise, nice and functional."
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