Charming woodland house nestled among greenery with an outdoor pool

Sleeps: 6+4 Bedrooms: 3

At a Glance

  • Woodland House by the New Forest, sleeping 8 adults and 2 children
  • 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
  • Outdoor heated swimming pool (Mid-June to Mid-September)

Description

Nature lovers, tree climbers and curious families will love this New Forest home. The location is ideal for exploring families and escapists – the trees just outside the garden gate are beckon and are superb for games, with a stream nearby. The house offers a comfortable environment for a family to enjoy a break away.                                                                

Bedrooms and Bathrooms

  • 2 double bedrooms
  • 1 twin bedroom
  • 1 extra camp bed
  • 1 bathrooms 
  • 3 cots

Cooking and Dining

  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Dining table seating for up to 8 guests
  • Crockery and utensils provided

Essentials

  • All linen and towels provided
  • Wifi available
  • Washing machine 
  • TV 

House Rules

  • No smoking anywhere inside the property
  • Pets considered
  • Gatherings of above 10 guests are not permitted at this property.

Location and Things to Do

This cottage is situated in the middle of the National Park and bordered by forest on all sides. If you’ve not visited before, you’ll be pleasantly suprised by the sheer number of large and wild mammals. Here however, they tend to be calm and unphased by humans and from the garden gate you can easily see ponies, cattle and plenty of deer. There are foals and calves in summer. The deer are year-round forest dwellers. The larger Roe deer are easy to spot, the more graceful and spotted Fallow deer often pass by, freqently in summer with their large-eyed and long-legged babies in tow. Then in summer and autumn its not unusual to see the pigs who are turned out by local farmers for the pannage (wild harvest of acorns) of which there are masses all around Sunnydell.

Burley is famed for its witches, smuggling and dragons. During the late 1950’s a famous ‘White’ witch named Sybil Leek lived here. She used to walk around the village in a long, black cloak with her pet jackdaw on her shoulder. Unfortunately, because her attire fitted the image of a wicked ‘black’ witch, the locals were upset by her presence and she decided to live in America where she continued writing many books on the occult and astrology, including “Diary of a Witch”. One of the gift shops was named by her and has her picture hanging by the old Jacobean fireplace inside.

Nearest Airports:  Southampton, Bournemouth, London Heathrow

Nearest Railway:  Brockenhurst (links to London Waterloo)

Local Attractions:  The New Forest, Lymington Salt Water Baths, Beach 20 minutes away