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Holiday Cottages In New Forest

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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.

More New Forest Cottages

Holiday Cottages In New Forest

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

  1. Eliza

    Verified purchase

    "We had a very comfortable and pleasant stay at S14120 cottage. The landlord was nice and accommodating, greeting us on arrival, showing us the facilities and immediately changing some blown light-bulbs. It was just before Christmas and there were some mince pies waiting for us on arrival which was a nice touch. There was ample info on local sights, walks and eating-out options which was much appreciated. A couple of minor things would have made our stay even better: to be able to turn the heating down as it was, at times, a little too hot for the mild winter weather and some sharp, non-serrated knives in the kitchen. Martin is a tiny village so eating-out choices within walking distance are limited therefore a little more cooking equipment in the kitchen would be a plus for family stays."
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  2. David

    Verified purchase

    "On arrival the house was very clean and well stocked with all the requirements for the weeks stay. The amount of children's toys and the quality of the toys was very good and helped kept the children amused.It is ideally located for both the new forest and the coastal towns of the south coast. There was only one time were we had to pay for car parking and that was on arrival when we're did not know the area. The test of the week we found free street parking.The house itself was ideal to stay in , large bedrooms and good sized bathroom. The kitchen was spacious and well stocked. The rear garden is small, but was of sufficient size for young children to play safely in."
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  3. Sonia

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was very comfortable and clean. The kitchen was well-equipped. A lovely touch was the bird feeder outside which was lovelyThere were lots of leaflets available about places to see. It was a good base to explore the area.There is no broadband but if as we are BT customers we had access to BTwith Fon.It was great to have a bit of garden for us and for our dog too. Having grass rather than a concrete garden was much appreciated too.Although the cottage was not in the heart of the New Forest it was only a short drive to get into the Forest. I would recommend this as a comfortable stay in the area."
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  4. Evelyn

    Verified purchase

    "Lovely cottage ideal for a couple wanting a quiet and peaceful place to unwind at the end of a the day exploring the area. The owners were helpful and did everything to make our stay enjoyable, we loved the Welcome Pack that was there on our arrival at the cottage and found all that we needed to make our stay comfortable from bottle opener to fluffy towels.The owners came round to see if we were alright when the village had a power cut providing us with candles which fortunately we did not need as the power was quickly restored."
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  5. Bridget

    Verified purchase

    "We enjoyed our stay at S14120 and Kathryn and Martin were very welcoming. They had horses, sheep, chickens and dogs which were in no way intrusive but we loved to visit them everyday. The only downside was that the double bedroom was very small and unfortunately the village seems to be a rat run for traffic heading up to the main Salisbury Road. The noise wasn't too bad being mainly rush hour stating about 7am.There is a small shop in the village but Fordingbridge is not too far away with more amenities"
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