UM4
Perfect for al-fresco dining
Towards the property
Stylish open-plan living
Cosy lounge area with warming woodburner
Contemporary kitchen
Contemporary style open plan living
Bathroom with separate shower
Double bedroom
Double bedroom
Twin bedroom
Single bedroom
Light and airy
Hidden in the woods
Decked veranda with views across the woodland
A perfect snug for the children
A retreat in the heart of the woods
Beaulieu river nearby
1 / 17  Perfect for al-fresco dining
2 / 17  Towards the property
3 / 17  Stylish open-plan living
4 / 17  Cosy lounge area with warming woodburner
5 / 17  Contemporary kitchen
6 / 17  Contemporary style open plan living
7 / 17  Bathroom with separate shower
8 / 17  Double bedroom
9 / 17  Double bedroom
10 / 17  Twin bedroom
11 / 17  Single bedroom
12 / 17  Light and airy
13 / 17  Hidden in the woods
14 / 17  Decked veranda with views across the woodland
15 / 17  A perfect snug for the children
16 / 17  A retreat in the heart of the woods
17 / 17  Beaulieu river nearby

Treetops

Beaulieu, New Forest
Sleeps 5
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
No Dogs
5 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Luxury
Family friendly
Quirky
Log Cabin / Lodge
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Charming property in the heart of a wood
  • Visit Bucklers Hard maritime museum
  • Parking at the property for 2 cars
  • Short distance away from popular Beaulieu Motor Museum and Estate
  • Lovely veranda with garden furniture, perfect spot for morning coffee
  • Cosy stylish open-plan living
Property code: 47431

In a position that is little known, Baileys Hard is a small selection of well positioned, discreet homes on the renowned Beaulieu Estate, situated at the end of a long single track road.

A superbly located property situated in a wooded setting on the bank of the Beaulieu River, an ideal spot to enjoy the peace and tranquillity. Just a couple of miles up the road is the Bucklers Hard Maritime museum, which gives an insight into the history of this 18th century shipbuilding village focusing on its vessels. On the way to Beaulieu village meet the local ponies and donkeys grazing on the road side and then on to Beaulieu Motor museum offering a calendar full of events throughout the year. Close to the pretty Georgian market town of Lymington where there are shops, restaurants and gastro pubs. The area also offers plenty cycling routes and forest walks.

From the entrance hall you will find three bedrooms on the ground floor. The master double bedroom has a pleasing view looking out over the rear decking and woodland surroundings. The twin and single bedrooms both offer enchanting views. The bathroom has a bath, large shower cubicle and WC. The staircase leads to the first floor open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, the lounge area is a perfect spot to curl up and relax with a good book or watch a movie in front of the inviting wood burner. The spacious dining area has plenty of room for a super dinner party. There is a bright, airy and well-equipped kitchen with an electric oven and induction hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and freezer, it’s a great space for the aspiring chef. The separate utility room has a washing machine and tumble dryer.

Access the garden from the double glazed French doors onto a large decked veranda with garden furniture, seating for five guests, views across the woods and a sneak peek at the Beaulieu River through the trees. What a perfect spot for dining al fresco for friends and family to enjoy. On the ground level, to the rear of the property, there is an all weather table tennis table.  

  • 3 bedrooms - 1 double ,1 twin and 1 single
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Electric oven and induction hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer
  • Utility room washing machine and tumble dryer
  • Bed linen and towels included (not beach towels)
  • Electric and gas central heating included
  • Wi-Fi available
  • Regret no smoking
  • Regret no pets
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • Arrival 3.30pm
  • Smart TV/DVD
  • Shop and pub within walking distance
  • Travel cot available (linen not provided)

This property is personally managed by Claire.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 16 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.9
Overall equipment
4.9
Overall comfort
4.9
Overall location
4.9

Reviewed by Lisa 21st December 2018

This was our second trip to TreeTops and we absolutely love it. We stayed in May and loved it so much decided to come back for Christmas. The owners kindly put up a beautiful Christmas tree for us to decorate. The house is in a fabulous location and has everything that you need and is extremely comfortable. Would highly recommend.

Reviewed by Heidi 2nd November 2018

We had a fabulous weekend break here. The house was perfect for us all. Its fully equipped, very clean, nicely decorated and modern. The wood burner allowed us to have cosy nights in with nibbles. The location offered us a variety of activity options including walks, spa days, trips to Southampton and food at The Pig. Its beautifully nestled amongsRead moret the trees which makes it so private and peaceful. Were definitely returning!!! Hide

Reviewed by Anna 26th October 2018

We had a lovely time at Treetops. It had everything we needed and was in an amazing location. It was good place to go with children (2 & 6 years). I would say it was one of the best self catering places we have stayed. The hosts were brilliant. We are planning to go back in the summer to make use of the balcony!

Reviewed by Angela 19th October 2018

We had a lovely time relaxing at Treetops. Its well located in the national park so its only a short drive to lots of great activities or walks. We very much appreciated the welcome package on arrival! The kitchen is also well equipped, cooking anything for the family was so easy.

Reviewed by Duncan 12th October 2018

Absolutely stunning location if you wish to be emersed in nature. Beautiful walks nearby and loads of activities for adults and children. The house is well equipped and comfortable. The owners very nice and helpful.

Reviewed by Robert 28th September 2018

A very comfortable home in a stunning location. With milk in the fridge and the makings of tea and coffee along with a bottle of wine more welcoming than other places weve stayed. A couple of good nights sleep in the comfortable beds and quiet surroundings.

Reviewed by Guy 7th September 2018

The cottage is in an excellent location and very well equipped. It was clean and there were lots of equipment. Be warned the WiFi is slow, as you'd expect in the middle of New Forest and the Owner information did state this, it was useable and not really an issue. The Owners gave great directions and were on hand if there were any queries. We traveRead morelled with a 2.5 year old child and had a fantastic time, lots to do and see. She especially liked walking out in the forest in the dark! Excellent! Hide

Reviewed by Elisabeth 27th July 2018

A really nice upside-down house in the woods. Very "hyyge". Well equipped, clean and modern.

Reviewed by Joyce 13th July 2018

very well and tastefully equipped. beautiful furniture and accessories. in the most wonderful location amidst tall tress. there was no light pollution, no noise, and no traffic. absolutely ideal for young families.

Reviewed by Leanne 6th July 2018

We had a great time at Treetops with an almost four year old and a one year old. It is extremely well equipped for a self catered stay and is in an absolutely idyllic location surrounded by trees. We went crabbing from the nearby jetty and easily caught 30 or so crabs, a big hit for the little ones. The accommodation was clean and well thought out,Read more and we had a very swift response to a missing high chair which was quickly rectified. Wed love to come back in the winter to use the log burner! Hide

Reviewed by John 4th May 2018

This is a very special place and is even more lovely upstairs in particular than the photos. Away from traffic noise, full of birdsong (early May), and bluebells. Well made paths from the property for cycling and walking. Lots of lovely and interesting places to visit. We (4 adults and 1 4 year old) loved it!

Reviewed by Victoria 30th March 2018

Treetops was a delightful place to stay in the woods near Beaulieu. It was cosy, comfortable and spotlessly clean. We enjoyed being able to walk or cycle from our front door into the New Forest and took advantage of the good quality cafes in Beaulieu.

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Perfect for al-fresco dining
Towards the property
Stylish open-plan living
Cosy lounge area with warming woodburner
Contemporary kitchen
Contemporary style open plan living
Bathroom with separate shower
Double bedroom
Double bedroom
Twin bedroom
Single bedroom
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Location

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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