Little Bunty Lodge sits amidst the wonderful New Forest National Park, just over one mile from the market town of New Milton.
This well-appointed cottage provides a perfectly snug retreat for couples looking to explore the fine towns, countryside and coastline that surrounds South West Hampshire and Dorset.
Step into the property and be greeted by the stylish kitchen, leading you towards the homely sitting and dining areas, which benefit wonderfully from the high pitched ceiling, bringing a refreshing feel to these relaxing spots.
The comfortable sofa folds out to provide a double sofa bed, should any extra guests wish to experience this superb holiday home.
Completing the ground floor of Little Bunty Lodge is a lavish, mosaic-tiled shower room, with a walk-in shower.
Clamber the open tread, ladder-style stairs to reach the property's splendid mezzanine double bedroom, decorated in immaculate fashion while looking back over the lovely living area.
The awe-inspiring landscapes of the New Forest National Park are available at the end of the road; the area is bursting with wildlife, outdoor activities and astounding scenery to go along with it.
Head slightly south to the market town of New Milton, benefiting from a choice of amenities.
For a day at the beach, there are many fine spots to choose from including Barton-on-Sea and Highcliffe close by, while Christchurch and Bournemouth are slightly further afield with bustling atmospheres.
About the location
Highcliffe 2 miles; Christchurch 6 miles; Bournemouth 12 miles
This charming market town rests delightfully in southwest Hampshire, only slightly south of the magnificent New Forest National Park. New Milton, dating back to the Anglo-Saxon days, is lined with a selection of amenities, while also hosting the Ballard Lake and Meadows. The coast is nearby in the village of Barton-on-Sea, a suburb of New Milton with a café and a restaurant overlooking the beach. The town of Highcliffe is just two miles away, a popular seaside resort in the Victorian era, it boasts a stunning castle, the Steamer Point Nature Reserve, a golf course and a sandy beach. Other well-known seaside spots nearby include Christchurch and Bournemouth slightly further along the coast. Head inland for your dose of luscious landscape, ideal for walkers, cyclists and wildlife spotters with many outdoor activities on offer too.