This enchanting property is set in an enviable position within the New Forest National Park, moments from the Beaulieu river. The perfect choice for a relaxing break surrounded by nature
This private wood-clad hideaway, set amongst the trees, is perfect for those who love the outdoors and being surrounded by wildlife. Wake up to the sound of birds singing and take a leisurely stroll along the banks of the river, before enjoying a romantic breakfast together on the raised decked area. Follow the riverside footpath further and you’ll discover the historic shipbuilding hamlet of Buckler’s Hard (2 miles), with its stunning Georgian houses and fascinating maritime museum.
Follow a shared gravel track to the property, which is set on stilts. On the ground floor, you’ll find handy storage for bikes and from here a flight of steps lead to the entrance. The luxurious lounge has a vaulted ceiling and large windows which fill the space with natural light. A strong woodland theme runs throughout the property, acting as a constant reminder of your fabulous location. After a day of exploring, snuggle together on the sofa in front of the roaring wood burner. Enjoy a meal for two at the dining table next to the window in the kitchen/diner, or on a summer’s evening, dine alfresco on the decked area that wraps around the property.
Beaulieu, meaning ‘beautiful place’, really is one of the New Forest’s hidden gems. You’ll find plenty to do in the picturesque 13th-century village; potter along the high street with its cute boutiques and quaint tea rooms, enjoy a picnic on the banks of the river and explore the impressive grounds of Palace House. Within the grounds you’ll also find the National Motor Museum, which houses a collection of 250 vehicles including those from the worlds of racing and motorsport. Exbury Gardens and Steam Railway (5 miles) also makes a delightful day out; wander through the colourful, themed gardens before taking a ride on the steam railway.