Boundary House Cottage can accommodate up to four guests and has just undergone refurbishment to bring it up to a high standard of self-catering accommodation. Ideally placed, the cottage is located in the heart of the New Forest just five minutes from the picturesque ancient village of Beaulieu and is ideal for couples, friends or families wanting a forest break.
There are plenty of things to see and do for all ages including: beaches, walking, cycling, sailing, horse-riding and visiting the many attractions that the New Forest has to offer. These include: Beaulieu Abbey, Palace House and the Beaulieu National Motor Museum; Bucklers Hard; Exbury Gardens; Lyndhurst (the 'capital' of the forest); the market towns of Lymington and Ringwood; exploring quintessential villages such as Brockenhurst; taking a ferry trip to the Isle of Wight and visiting the cathedral cities of Winchester and Salisbury to name just a few.
With direct access out onto miles of beautiful New Forest heathland and forest, Boundary House Cottage is in an ideal location from which to explore the many attractions of the area or to simply relax and stay locally and explore the forest by foot or bicycle.
Andrew Duncan joined Independent Cottages in January 2011
Additional information: Well behaved pets welcome. No smoking. There is Wi-Fi internet access. Garden furniture is provided and the garden is virtually enclosed. Prices include electricity and heating except Nov to April when there is a cost-only surcharge. Short breaks also available at certain times of the year.
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Please note that the winter heating supplement, if charged, is deducted from the breakage deposit.