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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. Karen

    Verified purchase

    "We - group of 4 adults and 3 children - had a great time at S14064. It breathes the atmosphere of a cottage, with low ceilings but with spacious rooms and comfortable beds.The village of Romsey offers all for you basic needs and it's a perfect location to discover the New Forest or a day trip to Southampton. Remember, if you're travelling with more than 1 car, there's only 1 permit available, but other car(s) can be parked for free at about a 10 minutes walk from the cottage. The lady who was there to meet us was very friendly and helpfull, but unfortunately badly informed about how many people would arrive. We had a good holiday anyway.Wij zijn een week met 4 volwassenen en 3 kinderen in S14064 geweest. Het is een traditionele cottage met lage plafonds, maar met ruime kamers en comfortabele bedden. In het dorp, op loopafstand, kun je terecht voor eigenlijk alles wat je nodig hebt. Je kunt van hieruit prima een dagtrip naar bijv. Southampton ondernemen of het nabijgelegen New Forest ontdekken. Als je met meer dan 1 auto reist, onthou dan wel dat er maar 1 parkeervergunning beschikbaar is. Overige auto's kunnen op ongeveer 10 minuten lopen gratis worden geparkeerd. De dames die aanwezig was bij aankomst was vriendelijk en behulpzaam, helaas slecht geïnformeerd door de organisatie waarbij we hadden gereserveerd. Wij hebben in ieder geval een prima vakantie gehad. "
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  2. Fiona

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was much bigger than I expected and the pictures don't do it justice. I was expecting cramped bedrooms but they were quite large and I was not expecting the kitchen to have its own table or a dryer. Because of the age of the property, the floors upstairs are sloping. The garden is huge. With regards to the parking, we were able to find a spot on the road each night but one, although sometimes it was down the street and not outside the door. The bedrooms are right on the road so there can be some street noise if people are talking when they walk by. The master bedroom is over top of a studio apartment and there was some noise transfer the few nights it was used by its tenant. The location is great, minutes to walk into Romsey and minutes to drive to the M27 junction. The bathroom is a bit tired but okay. Bring your own towels and bin liners as none were provided. Despite all the criticisms I have listed, we have already discussed returning because we really did like it."
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  3. Lucy

    Verified purchase

    "This is the most spacious compact holiday accommodation we have ever stayed in. A huge bedroom and relatively large kitchen/living area for a holiday cottage for only two people. It is beautifully decorated, as well as being clean and modern, it also contains everything you need for a week away.The village is quiet and the neighbourly cockerel wasn't too noisy in the morning. The broadband, the water pressure, the parking, the storage, the TV offering (and all those little things you don't think about until you miss them!) are excellent.We were made to feel very welcome and even had an Easter egg and delicious homemade shortbread upon arrival. Although there are no facilities in the village, we were close enough to other towns to buy whatever we needed. We could have spent 10 times longer in the area and still only do a fraction of what is on offer in this region of the UK. Next time, we would like to actually make it to the south coast."
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  4. Previous guest

    Verified purchase

    "The Saddleroom was a wonderful place to stay and we thoroughly enjoyed our visit. There were thoughtful personal touches from the owners that made us feel very welcome. It is situated in a chocolate-box village, with walks through country lanes up to the Downs. The property was both cosy yet felt spacious and the furniture and fittings were of an extremely high quality. It is also a great place to stay for those in wheelchairs, as the doorways and access are all wide enough for a wheelchair user. It is perfectly placed for a huge variety of activities - the village of Fordingbridge is near enough to get vital supplies, and just past it is the beautiful New Forest and the delights of the wild horses. It is also near to Salisbury, the South Coast, Beauleau, Bucklers Hard and for those who enjoy a scenic drive, trips to Dorset and the town of Dorchester are well worth it. A wonderful place to stay and perfect for all ages. Sept 2011."
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  5. Kevin

    Verified purchase

    "Loved the cottage and it's character. The location was great, garden lovely and a very comfortable place to stay. I have just two issues.....too much noise carries between the main house and the one bedroom studio to make it acceptable for sharing. Also, the bathroom was not good enough for a house of this size and quality. It was dirty and the shower extremely poor. The whole bathroom needs a re-fit and ideally for a three bedroom a house a second shower fitted as an en-suite or in the downstairs cloackroom area. I understand the limitations of knocking around a 500 year old tudor house but I'm sure it can be done and needs to be done. We still enjoyed our time there but these two issues mean we wouldn't book again and have also consequently marked it down as value for money."
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