Quirky, eclectic, theatrical cottage located in the New Forest and close to beaches too.

Sleeps: 8 adults and up to 3 children Bedrooms: 5

At a Glance

  • 5 bedrooms
  • Family bathroom and separate shower room
  • Close to Tanners Lane beach - just 1 km away
  • Pet friendly
  • For Kids
    Lego, books, vintage toys, a big box of dressing up outfits, a swing.
    The garden has a large fenced trampoline, play dens and outdoor toys.
    A vintage wooden highchair is provided.

Description

This property is original and quirky. If you love eccentric taste, this is the place to stay. It is full, like a treasure trove, of things to discover, it is truly colourful and ideally located for visiting the New Forest and its beaches. 

The best way to describe the house is that It is higgledy-piggledy without one straight! . Not one bit is minimalist!

Families of all ages will delight in stepping back in time and enjoying the ponies and the beach which is just a short bike-ride or you can walk as it is less than 1 mile away along a quite lane.

Speakers provided, 15″ TV with Freeview TV, DVD player and good DVD selection, Wi-Fi internet (sometimes slow) and the mobile signal is reasonable.

Bedrooms and Bathrooms 

  • Upstairs:
    • 1 Queen sized sleigh bed,
    • 1 twin bed room.
    • 1 small bed (for a 5 year old and smaller).
  • Downstairs,
    • 1 double
    •  1 twin.
  • There is also a  wooden swing cot, 1 travel cot provided.

Dining and Cooking

  • The kitchen is equipped so you can enjoy family meal times
  • ...or just wander into Lymington for a wide array of restaurants and pubs

House Notes

  • Standard check-in from 3.30pm
  • Standard check- out is by 10am please
  • No loud music as it frightens the ponies!

Location

The cottage is located in East End near Lymington and the National Park is very beautiful and it has a quiet undiscovered coast.

Local Attractions: Local beaches are lovely, very quiet and very British (some mud, some sand) and home to cows, donkeys and ponies. Tanners Lane beach faces the Isle of Wight and its a perfect spot for catching the last rays of evening sun for champagne or a takeaway pizza/curry. You can park at Tanners too. There are no rocks for rock-pooling but there is good mud to scratch about it, a stream and some great trees for climbing.

Other places to visit include Beaulieu Palace, Church and museums, Beaulieu village is lovely too; Exbury Gardens, Lymington markets on Saturdays, Walking in the forest is superb.

Nearest Railway Station:  Lyndhurst

Nearest Motorways:  M 27

Nearest International Airport:  Southampton