3 (off peak)
Buddleia is a lovely New Forest holiday cottage for families and couples, including those with dogs. Half a mile from a popular French bistro and the Lamb Inn pub in the village of Nomansland, it sleeps five people in three bedrooms with fresh, modern interiors and a private garden. There is so much to do, whether you're a couple booking a romantic break of long walks followed by a restaurant meal or you're a busy family keeping active with bike rides, beach days and sightseeing, and like the convenience of being able to self-cater in your own space. Holiday bookings are available all year round, which is ideal as the New Forest is beautiful in all seasons.
Nomansland is a quiet village where ponies graze freely and have right of way on the roads and country lanes. It's very handy for Paulton's Park and Peppa Pig World, so is great for families with young children, but is also convenient for Salisbury, Romsey, Lymington, and Southampton. The ancient forests of the former royal hunting park are well known for the beauty of their footpaths and cycling routes. However, the New Forest also has a beautiful coastline and gorgeous views over the Solent to the Isle of Wight.
Days out can include admiring the cars at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu, walking over the shingle spit from Keyhaven to Henry VIII's Hurst Castle, shopping in Southampton, sailing and stand-up paddleboarding, sunbathing at Bournemouth, or playing golf. Other places to visit include Buckler's Hard, Exbury Gardens and Steam Railway, Go Ape Treetop Adventure in Moors Valley Country Park, and Rockbourne Roman Villa.
Buddleia welcomes guests all year round.
Jeanette Swannie joined Independent Cottages in August 2022
Buddleia is a two-storey extended holiday home with a fresh, light interior and a private garden.
Outside: There is an enclosed rear garden and off-street parking.
Additional Information: Utilities, bed linen and bath towels are included. Up to four well-behaved dogs are welcome by arrangement. Dog crates are available.
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