The Bothy Self Catering Cottage
This unique self catering cottage is quietly situated within Holmfield, a small private estate incorporating over two acres of communal gardens, where deer can often be seen grazing on the lawns at dawn and dusk.
Just a few minutes walk to the bustling high street of Lyndhurst in one direction and the open forest of Boltons Bench, where cattle and horses roam free in the other.
The Bothy is a very spacious one bedroomed cottage with a large lounge, dining room with television offering Freeview, DVD player, games, books and magazines, along with ample seating on chairs and sofa, complimentary WIFI is available throughout the cottage which is centrally heated.
The bedroom has a king size bed with quality linen, duvet & pillows, ample storage and wardrobe.
The bathroom is generous in proportion and has a bath with shower over.
The kitchen is well equipped with range cooker, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge & freezer and ample storage cupboards.
There is parking immediately outside the front door and a garage for your use & to store cycles etc.
The Bothy equipped to accommodate two adults is available for weekly lets Saturday to Saturday with short breaks on request out of season, all bed linen and towels are provided.
Unfortunately no pets are permitted in the cottage.
Lyndhurst being the capital of the New Forest offers a wealth of dining options, shops two small supermarkets and a wonderfully historic church being the final resting place for Alice Hargreaves (the inspiration for Alice from Alice in Wonderland).
Lyndhurst boasts a fine museum in the main car park just off the high street, where during the summer months you can catch two open top tour busses for a wonderful trip around the New Forest, giving your car a well earned rest, also cycle hire is available within Lyndhurst with routes into the forest starting from the village.
Further afield there are over 40 visitor attractions ranging from the famous Beaulieu motor museum and Palace House, the home of Lord Montagu to various outdoor activities.
During the Pannage season when acorns cover the woodland areas pigs wander freely throughout the forest, whilst cattle, sheep, ponies and deer range throughout the forest 365 days of the year.
Lyndhurst & surrounding area
Lyndhurst is known as the capital of the New Forest and has links to the author Lewis Carrol, who penned Alice in Wonderland, St Michaels and All Angels Church being the final resting place for Alice Hargreaves , on whom the book was based.
Lyndhurst boasts a fine museum and an excellent Visitor Information Centre, where during the summer months you can purchase tickets to ride the open top bus, of which there are three routes.
Further afield there are over 40 visitor attractions, ranging from the famous Beaulieu motor museum home of Lord Montagu , to various out-door activities.
During the “pannage” season pigs wander freely throughout the forest, whilst ponies, cattle sheep and deer range throughout the forest 365 days a year.
Lyndhurst can be accessed by car, bus and National Express, with a rail service to and from Brockenhurst and Ashurst New Forest stations, both within 5 miles.
£320 (low season) to £620 per week., this is inclusive of heat , light, linen and towels.
Payment may be made by cheque, cash, or bank transfer, a deposit of 10% is payable at the time of booking and the final payment four weeks prior to commencing your holiday.
Deposits are non-refundable unless a cancellation is made 4 weeks before your holiday, a twenty pound booking fee will apply to each cancellation.
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Google maps will lead you to the estate, alternatively drive down Lyndhurst High street, past the Maserati garage, Willow Tree Café and a white cottage to your left called Forest Cottage, immediately after Forest Cottage turn left onto a private graveled drive, the Bothy is then the second cottage to your right.