Holiday Cottages in the New Forest
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Originally the deer hunting area of William the first 1079, the somewhat misnamed ‘New Forest’ is anything but new. A very protected national park, the New Forest is a spectacular and vast area for walking, cycling and horse riding. The open pastures that have been preserved since the area was created provide not only a real sense of freedom but also some of the most contented animals, both wild and somewhat domestic, in the UK. Read More
Located midway between Lymington and Brockenhurst, this spacious holiday home is perfect for families and couples and is located in the New Forest near to Lymington. Great for walkers and exploring the New Forest.
A pretty thatched holiday retreat on the outskirts of the New Forest National Park, providing a superb base for exploring the forest and also the many attractions of the area including Salisbury, Winchester, the South Coast and Stonehenge.
A very pretty thatched self catering holiday cottage on the edge of the New Forest, providing very comfortable holiday accommodation and an ideal base for touring the area being just a few miles from Salisbury.
A modern stylish self-contained annex in a village location in the New Forest National Park. An ideal place for enjoying all the forest has to offer, along with the wider area including Salisbury, Southampton, Portsmouth and Bournemouth. 4 Star Gold.
Comfortable self-catering annexe set in an idyllic location within the New Forest National Park close to Fordingbridge in Hampshire. A peaceful, secluded retreat which is ideal for exploring the areas many attractions with direct access to forest walks from the front door.
An ideal retreat for couples or small families in the village of Bramshaw near Lyndhurst, in the heart of the New Forest National Park. Both dogs and horses are welcome to come and explore the forest with you!
Hucklesbrook Farm sits on the outskirts of the New Forest National Park and is home to three Four Star holiday homes. Set around a courtyard the cottages are a short drive from Salisbury with its stunning cathedral and the sandy beaches of the South Coast. Spend your days exploring the tracks and trails of the forest, browsing the shops or relaxing by the sea. 4 Star.
Three 4 Star holiday homes in a courtyard setting on the owner's family farm within the New Forest National Park. Ideally located, the cottages are a short drive from Salisbury and the sandy beaches of the South Coast offering guests the perfect combination of outdoor adventures and relaxing days by the sea. 4 Star.
If you are looking to explore the New Forest National Park and the South Coast, Hucklesbrook Farm is a good choice and offers welcoming self-catering set around a courtyard on the owner's family farm. Ideally located, Salisbury is a short drive away and the forest tracks and trails where ponies roam freely are on the doorstep. Perfect for touring, relaxing and outdoor adventures. 4 Star.
Perfectly placed in the coastal village of Milford-on-Sea, this stylish luxury holiday home offers the chance to enjoy all of Hampshire's best bits. The beach is just a short stroll away and the New Forest National Park is only a minute by car. Whether you want to enjoy forest walks, bike rides, relax on the beach or explore Hampshire's many attractions, Mulberry Barn is an excellent choice. 5 Star Gold.
Located in the traditional coastal village of Milford-on-Sea and just over a mile from where the New Forest National Park begins, this holiday apartment is ideal for those who enjoy walking, cycling or want to explore the area. 4 Star.
Dating back 350 years, this chocolate box thatched holiday cottage is available to rent from May to October and provides a welcoming retreat within the New Forest National Park. Close to both the coast and forest with their many attractions.
Welcoming and comfy all year round, this self-contained annexe in the Hampshire village of Woodlands provides spacious self-catering for two guests. Ideally located, it sits on the edge of the New Forest National Park, just three miles from Lyndhurst (the capital of the forest). Guests can walk or cycle out and enjoy miles of forest tracks from the front door, as well as an abundance attractions. A pub is within walking distance.
A modern self catering bungalow just one hundred yards from the beach in Milford on Sea in Hampshire with pubs and restaurants within a ten minute walk, and the New Forest easily accessible by car. Five Star quality assessed by VisitEngland and given their gold award. 5 Star Gold.
A second floor holiday apartment within an impressive privately owned house set within 5 acres of beautiful gardens. Ideally positioned in the very heart of the New Forest and an ideal base for exploring the areas many attractions and enjoying forest walks. Dogs welcome.
In a superb position by the marinas and yacht clubs in the bustling Hampshire market town of Lymington, this 'upside down' cottage is an ideal base for exploring the New Forest and the coast, and affords vibrant views of nautical life with The Solent and Isle of Wight on the horizon. Plenty of amenities and places for a meal out on the doorstep and an abundance of attractions nearby.
Offering the best of both worlds, this holiday flat allows guests to enjoy both the forest and the sea sea, this holiday cottage sits on the edge of the ancient market town of Ringwood and within easy driving distance (just five minutes) of the New Forest National Park.
A homely thatched cottage on the outskirts of the New Forest National Park boundaries, close to Fordingbridge - A basic level of accommodation which is ideal for walkers and those wanting a base for exploring the many attractions of both the forest and Hampshire.
Located between the forest and sea, this holiday cottage sits within a one mile flat walk of the delightful historic market town of Ringwood and just a five minute drive from the New Forest.
A quaint thatched 'rustic' holiday retreat located near to Hyde Common in the New Forest National Park. With forest walks from the front door, this is an ideal place for those seeking comfortable 'no frills' holiday accommodation.
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Cottage Holidays in the New Forest
Being a national park, the New Forest is a highly protected area, with proud locals who will happily tell you about the rich and fascinating history the area boasts. There are plenty of historical sites for those interested in tracing the steps of significant figures from the past, such as the Rufus Stone Memorial, which marks the spot where William’s son is said to have died.
Though the locals will tell you all about the place, the best way to experience the New Forest is by getting out and seeing it. You can do this on foot, by bicycle or on horseback. Take a guided tour of the area or grab a map and go it alone.
Some locals that you are guaranteed to encounter are some of the New Forest’s oldest residents – the New Forest Ponies. These wild and pretty ponies roam freely throughout the forest and uphold the tradition of open pasture that has been kept alive since the time of William the first.
When you’re all walked out, there are plenty of other attractions to entertain, such as the beautiful Exbury Gardens and Steam Railway, which offers over 200 acres of expertly manicured grounds. You can admire the sights on foot or from the comfort of a quaint steam railway – another step back into history. Beaulieu also combines pretty gardens and man-made machines with the National Motor Museum – a must see for motoring enthusiasts with an interest in some very old classics!
For the kids, there are plenty of family days out including wildlife and nature attractions. Lovers of all things nautical should not miss a trip to Buckler’s Hard or the pretty coastal town of Lymington where you can jump on a ferry and take a day trip to the Isle of Wight, just one of our wet weather recommendations.
The New Forest is a unique and fascinating area, with a wealth of history, stunning forests and intriguing tradition. A must-visit UK holiday location. Find out more about the New Forest.
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