Lovely cosy lounge
Relax next to the fire
A pretty garden to relax in
Dine al-fresco
Dining area
Well equipped kitchen/diner
Elegant bedroom
Elegant bedroom
Stylish bedroom
Stylish twin bedroom
Pretty garden
1 / 12  Lovely cosy lounge
2 / 12  Relax next to the fire
3 / 12  A pretty garden to relax in
4 / 12  Dine al-fresco
5 / 12  Dining area
6 / 12  Well equipped kitchen/diner
7 / 12  Elegant bedroom
8 / 12  Elegant bedroom
9 / 12  Stylish bedroom
10 / 12  Stylish twin bedroom
11 / 12  Bathroom
12 / 12  Pretty garden

Spring Cottage - New Forest

Beaulieu, New Forest
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Family-friendly bolthole with stunning grounds to enjoy alfresco dining and outside games
  • Endless walks from the garden gate, explore Hatchet Pond and the open forest beyond
  • Just a short stroll to the traditional village pub and shop
  • Fifteen minutes’ drive to the beautiful Georgian town of Lymington
  • 100 miles of off-road cycle tracks straight from the front door
  • A favourite haunt of the local ponies and donkeys out on their daily foraging routes
Property code: NFL95

Ideal for families and couples, this spacious cottage is perfectly located for exploring the delights of the New Forest, either on foot or by bike. Close to several pretty New Forest villages, there's plenty to discover.


An organic farm shop located at the end of the lane on which the property sits, is an excellent spot for guests to buy their local produce during their stay. This idyllic country retreat is just a few minutes from the picturesque village of Beaulieu and its stunning river. After a day spent walking in the New Forest, guests can head to the local pub for a flavour of village life or visit the nearby beautiful beaches, which provide a great way to spend a day in the sunshine, or enjoy a blustery walk.

The property has a charming kitchen diner with a lovely country feel. The kitchen is well equipped and the dining area is a great space for entertaining and enjoying some fresh local produce. The spacious lounge has a woodburner which makes a central feature of the room and creates a lovely ambience for watching a DVD. Light streams in through the set of double doors which gives the room a wonderful sense of space.

The property has a good size master bedroom which consists of a king-size bed and an en-suite shower room. The second bedroom is a delightful room with two single beds and built in storage. A bathroom with a shower over bath perfectly completes this charming rural property.

Outside there is pretty garden with a boules court and lawn for having fun outdoors. A BBQ and garden furniture provides great outdoor dining space. Guests can enjoy sitting on the swing chair with a good book and listening to the sounds of the local wildlife.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 2 bedrooms- 1 king-size 1 twin
  • 1 en-suite bathroom 1 family bathroom with shower over bath
  • Electric and heating included
  • Wood burner (logs included)
  • Wi-Fi (there are download limits)
  • Electric hob, electric single oven, microwave, dishwasher, Nespresso machine, fridge/freezer and washing machine
  • 40inch Samsung smart TV and DVD, supply of DVDS
  • Ipod docking station
  • Double sofa bed that can accommodate extra guests
  • Lockable bike and buggy storage
  • BBQ available
  • Private parking for two or three cars
  • One dog welcome by prior arrangement

This property is personally managed by Claire.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 8 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
Overall equipment
Overall comfort
Overall location

Reviewed by Sue 13th May 2019

Lovely location with donkeys congregating in the bus shelter. Electronic gates would be a very welcome , but expensive addition to the cottage.Cottage very comfortable,

Reviewed by William 21st December 2018

Very welcoming and friendly cottage in superb location. Cosy for the Christmas week.

Reviewed by Jennifer 7th September 2018

Peaceful location, every possible convenience. Secluded garden, pub and local store close by. Very comfortable.

Reviewed by Mrs D.M 25th April 2016

Lovely cottage, excellent location. Booking was very pleasant.

Reviewed by Miss C.H 4th April 2016

On the whole it was very nice. We loved the garden and the beds were lovely and very comfortable as was the sofa. The stuff for kids was great and it was in a lovely location, tucked away but near everything with some lovely walks on your doorstep.

Reviewed by Mr I.P. 22nd February 2016

Great cottage in a beautiful location! The person i corresponded with was more than helpful in facilitating my stay. My stay was just a get away, walking and chilling out. Both of these were met with a great location right in the National Park. Great accomadation and restful stay!

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Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

If you’re after a holiday destination which has natural wonders and British tradition in abundance, look no further than the New Forest – a region where beautiful heathland, forest trails and stunning coastline surround quaint villages and market towns.

The National Park is found on England’s south coast, covering the south west of Hampshire but extending into Wiltshire and Dorset. It’s known for its picturesque footpaths and cycle trails, from which you can witness the spectacular sights of deer, ponies and cattle roaming free throughout the ancient woodland.

The villages of Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst and Buckler’s Hard have plenty of traditional, cosy pubs in which you can enjoy some locally-brewed cider or beer. Or, if you wanted something a little livelier, Hythe, Lymington and New Milton run fantastic weekly markets, while the lively city of Southampton is a drive away.

If you prefer coast over country, a visit to the shoreline is a must. Highlights include the Barton-on-Sea cliffs, Lymington Quay, and the Beaulieu River, where adventurous activities including canoeing await. There are plenty of other great things to do, too, with the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu, Breamore House and Museum near Fordingbridge, and Exbury Gardens all found around the region.

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