A detached, timber-clad cottage situated in the pretty grounds of the owner's home in the village of Boldre, in the beautiful New Forest National Park.
This quaint New Forest cottage provides a cosy and comfortable holiday base for couples looking to explore the lovely surrounding area.
There is a king-size double bedroom complete with an en-suite shower room, and this cottage in Boldre also has a light, open plan living area with a warming woodburner for chilly evenings.
Outside, this New Forest cottage benefits from a private garden with a sun trap patio offering charming country views towards the owner's orchard and the distant fields.
A short drive will take you deep into the forest glades, perfect for romantic walks and bike rides as you can often spot wild ponies and deer grazing in this idyllic setting.
Take a trip into the nearby market town of Lymington where you can browse the diverse range of shops, treat yourself at one of the numerous restaurants or catch a ferry for a day trip to the Isle of Wight.
Within an easy drive of this New Forest cottage you can visit the award-winning National Motor Museum at Beaulieu and the stunning Exbury Gardens.
This charming Boldre cottage offers a comfortable base, perfect for a relaxing peaceful holiday in the New Forest.
All ground floor. One king-size double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner.
About the location
Lymington 2.6 miles; Brockenhurst 3 miles; Lyndhurst 6.8 miles.
On the edge of the New Forest National Park, the small village of Boldre can be found nestled between the Georgian harbour town of Lymington to the south and the bustling forest town of Brockenhurst to the north. Lymington is a favoured sailing resort where tourists can catch the regular ferries that make the short journey to the Isle of Wight, and the town boasts an array of interesting boutiques, craft shops, and numerous local restaurants. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, from the surrounding heathlands and ancient woodlands of the New Forest to the nearby coastal nature reserves, this lovely, sleepy village provides an excellent touring base from which to explore the New Forest, the Isle of Wight and the Hampshire coast.