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Tile Cottage

(Ref. 1092015)

Lymington, Hampshire Show on map


Sykes rating

  • 6 Guests

  • 3 Bedrooms

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets Yes


  • Garden / Patio
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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4 Customer Reviews

  • "Had a lovely week at the cottage ,nice quiet area and really close to the centre of Lymington ."

    The cottage was very nice and the garden too . my only negative comment is that the decking area and furniture in the central sun area of the house could do with a good clean up as the decking was slippery in places and furniture a bit grubby . Also the velux ceiling blind in the back bedroom wasn't working so awake very early with sun beaming in . The beds were very comfy though I do own a cleaning company so I'm pretty hot on cleaning / hygiene and found everything else was good and would be happy to book again .

    Reviewed by Mark4.1Jun 2024

  • "Feedback for the owner: Could have done with some instructions for rubbish collection (when/where to put bins/bags out) and for appliances (eg dishwasher)."

    Oven & shelves weren’t clean on arrival and a pan was unusable) General feedback: Lovely well equipped accommodation. Really enjoyed our short stay.

    Reviewed by David4.7Oct 2023

  • "The photos were accurate although the layout is a little difficult to grasp from the photographs."

    The parking area leads directly onto the road which can be a little busy around school times. The front door is two steps down from the drive/car parking space at the front of the property. The first area after the front door is a small sitting room followed by the dining area. The sitting room has a small cupboard for coats. The stairs to the first and second floors leads off the dining area and a door leads into a galley kitchen. There is also a downstairs toilet which opens into the kitchen. From the kitchen there are 2 steps down to a corridor that leads to the lounge/tv room at the rear of the house. Halfway down this corridor there are patio doors to a small outside deck area with table and chairs. The garden is entered from the lounge/tv area and although it is decked or astro turfed there are a few steps. On the first floor there is a bathroom, front and rear bedrooms each 1 step up from the landing and a further set of stairs to the bedroom on the second floor. All 3 of the double beds seemed comfy although we only slept on the rear first floor bed which was very good. Plenty of storage space in each bedroom. Access into the property was easy with instructions beforehand that were accurate. Unloading from a car into the property was very easy. The heating and the shower were good and both were supplied by a gas combi boiler. The area was quiet with a public house that serves food at the corner of the road 1 minute walkaway. The walk into the high street was around 10 mins with plenty of small shops, places for coffee as well as a large Waitrose, a medium sized M&S and a Tesco express. There is a larger Tesco, Aldi and Lidle 15-20 mins away in Barton on Sea. Unfortunately the light over the front door and the towel rail in the bathroom on the first floor did not seem to be working. The instruction booklet contained the info for the wifi and was to be found in the loung/tv room. There were no instructions for the dishwasher or oven and nothing about rubbish or recycling. Cutlery and crockery was adequate but please note there were no scissors and only one sharp knife. There was little in the way of initial supplies only 1 pt milk and a few sachets of vinegar and mayo. The wifi was good in lounge but not so good in the kitchen and dining room. It was poor in the bedrooms. For information Monday is rubbish and recycling day. There are two black dustbins bins only 1 was empty so others also unaware of dates. Glass bottles are recycled in the black box. Cardboard, metal tins and cans, paper and plastic bottles (but not tops) are the only things recycled and must be placed in the clear plastic bags. Large black bags and the clear recycling bags were on shelf above washing machine in the kitchen cupboard. Except for the minor niggles it was a very comfortable stay and we would return if need to be in the area again. It was a great location for coast and the New Forrest.

    Reviewed by Ray3.8Sep 2023

  • "A very interesting place to stay (in a good way!"

    ). Clean, quiet and spacious with unusual but attractive art, decorations and layout. Well-equipped. We met some of the neighbours, who were very friendly, and the location is excellent - a short walk to the Lymington town centre and marina, and very easy access to all the wonderful places in the New Forest. Highly recommended!

    Reviewed by David5.0Sep 2022

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  • Over three floors
  • Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x double, 1 x second floor double
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • Cloakroom with basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Sitting room with electric stove
  • Gas central heating with electric stove
  • Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
  • TV, WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • Enclosed rear garden with lawned area, decking and furniture
  • Separate decked courtyard and pergola with table chairs and festoon lighting at night
  • Sorry no smoking
  • Two small well behaved dogs welcome at a charge of £15 per pet
  • Shop 0.5 miles, pub 0.1 miles
  • Please note: This property only accepts Sunday changeovers on request.

The property

Nestled within the New Forest National Park in the wonderful town of Lymington is this semi-detached property, Tile Cottage.

Enjoying a fashionable interior with unique décor, and just paces away from Lymington Town centre and Quay, this holiday home is ideal for a family or six friends.

Be greeted by private parking on the driveway, making unloading an easy task, and make your way inside to let your holiday commence.

Step inside to a large dining room featuring a comfortable sitting area ideal for a quiet read and an elegant table for six, where you can spill the stories of the adventures so far.

Stepping through the home, locate the spacious kitchen area, where budding chefs can make use of the double electric oven and gas hob to rustle up tasty dishes for the group.

The home also offers a dishwasher to keep the space neat and tidy, as well as a washing machine/dryer to keep your holiday outfits fresh.

Approach the sitting room along a bright glass lined corridor featuring double sliding doors leading to a private decked courtyard and pergola.

During the summer months enjoy breakfast or lunch in the sun at the comfortable table which seats six or an enchanting dinner under the festoon lights in the evening.

Discover the sitting room, home to a fabulous feature wall with a unique design and an electric stove to keep you warm as you curl up with a much-loved book.

Throw open the French doors to explore the charming garden area, with comfortable furniture to bask in the sun.

As the evening ends, retreat upstairs to the first floor and relax your muscles in the bathroom in the tub or rinse the day away in the overhead shower.

The first floor hosts a master bedroom with a king-size bed and beamed ceiling, as well as a charming double bedroom, both with built-in storage to hang your clothes, Venture upstairs to the second floor to find another double, with sloped ceilings and double aspect windows making it light and cheery.

Wander through the streets of Lymington and you can expect to find a wealth of boutiques and independent shops, so you can purchase a gift to take back home, along with many fine eateries ranging from cute cafés to gastro pubs and fine dining restaurants, so you are sure to find something to suit all tastes and pockets!

Pop on your walking boots and venture to the wonderful New Forest National Park, where you can explore miles of walking and cycling routes surrounded by luscious landscapes, with plenty of wildlife and history to uncover.

Catch a ferry to the Isle of Wight, where you can explore this pocket-sized island, boasting glorious beaches and seafront promenades for a sunny afternoon, plus historical landmarks and a number of pretty villages to visit.

For a much-needed luxury escape to Hampshire, getaway to Tile Cottage.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £250.

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About the location


Lyndhurst 9 miles; Christchurch 12 miles; Southampton 18 miles.

The charming market town of Lymington is situated on the west bank of the Lymington River at the western end of The Solent, at the southern edge of the New Forest National Park. As well as being a favoured sailing resort, there are also regular ferry links to the Isle of Wight. The town boasts an array of interesting boutiques and craft shops, or you can treat yourselves to a meal at one of the numerous local restaurants. Lymington is surrounded by an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, from the heathlands and ancient woodlands of the New Forest to the coastal nature reserves which extend for 5 miles culminating in the shingle spit which is home to Hurst Castle, built in 1554 by Henry VIII. Lymington provides an excellent touring base from which to explore the New Forest, the Isle of Wight and the Hampshire coast.

Two small well behaved dogs welcome at a charge of £15 per pet.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas