Escape from the city and discover the delights of the New Forest, or the hop fields of Kent; great walking in the South Downs, and so much to do on the Isle of Wight.
Escape from the city and discover the delights of the New Forest, or the hop fields of Kent; great walking in the South Downs, and so much to do on the Isle of Wight.
Lebrel Lodge is an end-terrace, four-bedroom house, situated in the village of Seaview, Isle of Wight. Hosting four bedrooms; a king-size with en-suite, a double, and two twin rooms, along with bathroom, this property can sleep up to eight people. Inside you will also find a cloakroom, kitchen, and a lounge/diner. To the outside is off-road parking, a garage, and an enclosed lawned garden. There is also use of a shared heated swimming pool - closes October, and a tennis court. Resting in a seaside village close to the beaches, Lebrel Lodge is an excellent cottage in a relaxing part of England.
Located on the outskirts of the charming Kent village of Appledore and set on the Romney Marsh this pretty shepherd s hut is within easy reach of the local antique shops village store and popular pub and tea shop. The historic market towns of Tenterden and Rye are close by offering boutique shopping as is the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which boasts an abundance of beautiful walks and scenery. This is a fantastic base from which to explore the many local vineyards gardens and historic houses as well as the Kent and East Sussex coastline with the soft golden sand of Camber only ten miles away. Leading through a private garden area and up a couple of steps you are met with this delightful shepherds hut perfect for a luxurious romantic glamping experience. Entering the property you will find to the left the snug sleeping area with a king-size bed and wall mounted Smart TV/DVD and radio/iPod dock perfect for listening to music and plenty of storage space. There is a dining table with seating and a wood burner perfect for cosy nights in underfloor heating ensures you re always warm and toasty. The kitchen area is well-equipped with an electric oven and two ring hob fridge with ice compartment and butlers sink. The shepherd s hut is complete with an en-suite shower room with shower and WC. Venturing outside to the private garden with a table and chairs where you can enjoy watching buzzards fly over whlist the neighbouring sheep roam around their fully fenced field. This is a perfect area for al fresco dining with a charcoal BBQ provided or perhaps enjoy a nice glass of wine or a good local ale. There is private parking available nearby.
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.
Located in the heart of the East Sussex countryside with outstanding rural views this property is also within easy reach of the local pub cafe and farm shop. The lodge enjoys a beautiful and timeless view across to historic Bodiam Castle which is managed by the National Trust and is well worth a visit. Hop on the nearby Kent and East Sussex railway and take a visit to the market town of Tenterden with its tree lined high street and wide range of independent shops restaurants and cafes. For keen walkers there are ample local footpaths surrounding the property which are perfect to explore the surrounding areas and enjoy unspoilt views. From the veranda enter through the patio doors into this delightful lodge into an open-plan lounge/ kitchen /diner with large bay window with far reaching views. The cosy lounge features a comfy sofa perfect for cosying up in front of the TV/DVD and watching a good film. The kitchen is contemporary and well-equipped with a gas oven and hob microwave and fridge and has a breakfast bar and stools. Walk through to the romantic bedroom where there is a double bed and beyond this you will find the uniquely finished shower room with a large walk-in shower twin basins and WC. The bespoke fittings throughout are made from oak salvaged from the woodland around the farm from the 1987 storm. Outside the covered veranda is the perfect spot to relax whilst enjoying a glass of bubbly in the hot tub before dining alfresco on the patio table and chairs. A bench to the side of the lodge next to the chiminea offers views of the sunset - a perfect end to a perfect day. There is ample off-road parking next to the property.
Located on the edge of the Pevensey levels a short way down a farm track this property has the glorious South Downs and its many trails and sights on its doorstep. After a busy morning exploring the Downs a trip to the nearby market town of Hailsham is a must. Overlooking the historic Pevensey levels this vibrant town boasts a variety of local shops and cafes making it the perfect spot to stock up for your stay. Inside this stunning eco lodge the open plan kitchen/diner has been designed to make the most of the view across the landscaped garden. With timber units and flooring to match the Scandinavian style this room features a farmhouse table and chairs with sliding doors beyond to offer a meal with a view. Here you will find an electric oven and hob microwave fridge/freezer dishwasher and washer/dryer. The lounge is a light and airy space with a sofa bed for an additional guest comfy chairs and a TV with DVD player. The lounge boasts the same large sliding windows to the outside as does the bedroom which also features a luxurious sleigh bed and plenty of storage space and additional TV. The shower room is clean and bright with a power shower heated towel rail basin and WC. Sofa bed available at an additional charge. Outside the decked area that stretches the length of the property is the perfect spot for a morning coffee or evening drink while the patio area beyond is great for BBQs. This gives way to a beautifully landscape garden with a lawn and an impressive array of plants that attract plenty of wildlife.
Enjoying an enviable location within walking distance of the National Trail the Ridgeway. A well renowned trail with outstanding scenery throughout the area this well waymarked trail is suitable for walkers cyclists and horseback. An area steeped in history and heritage to include Liddington Castle one of the earliest hill forts in Britain the World Heritage Site of Avebury Silbury Hill and West Kennett Long Barrow. The National Trust village at Lacock along with some stunning historic houses and gardens including the famous Stourhead Gardens. Away from the countryside take some time to visit some of the Cotswold towns Bath Tetbury and Cirencester which are all within easy reach and offer a good selection of boutiques cafes and restaurants. Take a stroll across the meadow and enjoy the stunning views. This original shepherd s hut has been part of the family for generations and offers a friendly welcome to all that come and stay. Perfect for a digital detox! Climb the wooden steps to step back in time the painted wooden interior with colourful furnishings is just perfect with cosy chairs and the wood burning stove will keep you warm on an autumn evening. There is a simple storage area for coats and boots and a built in king size bed for a peaceful night s sleep. Outside the hut you will find a well-equipped kitchen area with electric two ring hob a small fridge and BBQ there is also a separate shower and WC. Wake up to the sound of bird song and take breakfast outside over-looking the countryside or spend a lazy afternoon relaxing in the orchard and for star gazers why not light the fire pit. There is allocated parking for two cars.
This cabin is situated on the banks of the River Rother overlooking Romney Marsh with Rye s ancient Citadel rising in the distance. Rye is a very interesting historic town and one of the original Cinque Ports.It has become known as a chic and arty destination with its boutique style shops antique emporiums galleries and choice of eateries including pubs teashops and restaurants. There is even a small independent cinema with two screens. There are various festivals throughout the year including the Rye International Jazz Festival Rye Scallop Festival the Rye Arts Festival and the famous bonfire procession and fireworks. For beach lovers Camber is close by with its sand dunes and expansive seascape where you can pass the time swimming beachcombing or maybe even try your hand at windsurfing. The beautifully eerie Dungeness is around 20 minutes away and fashionable St Leonards & Hastings are a short hop by train or car. The cabin design is modern rustic meets beach house with interior walls clad in beautifully weathered timber and wooden board on the floors and outside on the deck. The owners friendly dogs are onsite and are happy to welcome you to their home. The entrance to the cabin is via French doors which lead you from your own decked area. The accommodation is spacious and open-plan. Immediately to the left is a stylish lounge area with a comfy sofa stylish retro chair and large Smart TV which can be angled either towards the lounge area or the bed. Beyond the lounge area is sumptuous super-king-size bed with Siberian goose down pillows and duvet with Egyptian cotton sheets perfect for a romantic getaway! The painted headboard houses bedside lamps and cleverly disguised storage for clothes etc. To the right of the entrance is the kitchen and dining area with a mid-century modern dining table and chairs. The small but well-equipped kitchen consists of an electric oven and hob fridge microwave and Nespresso machine. The bathroom has a shower over the large bath toilet and basin. The bathroom is partly clad in beautiful Moroccan zeliges tiles. Outside on your decked area there are two wooden sun loungers and a ping pong table with amazing views over the water great for a relaxing break away from it all. Although separate this does form part of the owners land but your privacy will be respected and you are not overlooked.
Close to Peppa Pig World at Paultons Park this delightful log cabin is located at the end of a no through lane in the village of West Willow. About four miles from the open New Forest there are plenty of opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy many walking cycling and horse riding routes. A ten minute drive away is the quaint town of Romsey with period streets independent shops cafés and restaurants or head slightly further afield and visit the cathedral city of Winchester for the day. Easily reached within a 25 minute drive you ll find plenty of historic buildings museums and family attractions in the town. If you are keen to hit the beach Highcliffe Castle is within a half hour drive. Perfect for a day trip you can stop off at New Forest villages including Lyndhurst and Brockenhurst or Beaulieu Village along the way as you head to the coast. This spacious and unique log cabin has an open plan living area oozing folk charm. With steps down to the garden and large windows that are great for keeping an eye on the resident Alpacas there is also a sociable dining space with doors opening directly on to the balcony. The kitchen forms part of the open plan space is equipped with all the essentials for a self-catering holiday and if you fancy a spot of al fresco dining why not cook up a storm outside on the gas BBQ. Featuring three bedrooms the first has a double bed en-suite shower room and views over the paddocks and woods. The second bedroom is a cosy space with two twin beds and the third bedroom also boasts paddock views and one single bed. A travel cot is provided for babies. There is plenty to discover across the five acres of land on this working smallholding with sheep and alpacas. With an abundance of wildlife deer kingfishers small flock of Hardwick sheep and lambs children are welcome to assist with morning feedings or if you are a keen angler private fishing at one of the two privately owned lakes can be arranged. There is a hideaway alongside a grassy track down by the banks of the stream that the children will love or simply prepare a picnic and unwind within the grounds. Parking for two or three cars is available off track beyond the garden gate and there is bike and buggy storage in the barn. Please note there is no Wi-Fi however there is mobile phone signal. Pregnant ladies are advised to avoid the ewes and lambs during lambing season. Lambing season in the area takes place from the start of April to mid-May.
"The skies over Thanet are the loveliest in Europe" - described so by Turner and with the new Turner Contemporary only two minutes drive away - Lonsdale Lodge is the perfect base for a really interesting and exciting holiday. With sandy beaches in nearby Margate and Botany Bay in Broadstairs, the famous Shell Grotto, water ski-ing school, the Winter Gardens and the Viking Trail to mention just a few of the local attractions you will be spoilt for choice during your stay.The Lodge enjoys a quiet, residential location on a leafy avenue so after a full day out you can relax and unwind. Shop: 0.5 mile Pub: 0.5 mile Coast: 0.25 mile
Sitting Room has a two seater sofa, wall unit housing a flat screen TV/DVD with Freeview and a circular dining table with two chairs. The well equipped Kitchen Area provides a mini-oven with two ring hob, microwave, fridge and washing machine. There is also a tumble dryer and mini freezer in the garage for guests use
Bedroom is beautifully decorated and furnished with double bed, bedside cabinets, dressing table with mirror and stool, a whole wall of built-in wardrobes and an elegant chair in the corner
Shower Room is fully tiled and has a large shower, heated towel rail, bidet, washbasin in a vanity unit and w.c
Garden: Laid mainly to lawn.
Parking: In the drive next to the property.
Heating: Gas central heating.
Also provided: Comfortable "Z" bed if separate beds required.
Notes: Not suitable for children.
Located in a delightful situation in Kingsdown Park, Maple Lodge backs onto mature woodland offering a marked degree of privacy. The Park has many amenities which make for a perfect family holiday, there are glorious clifftop walks and marvellous views over the Channel. A footpath leads to the private beach while the park itself has a swimming pool, tennis court, bar and restaurant. Maple Lodge has been in the same family for 20 years and has been regularly upgraded and well maintained. It is a short drive to Deal and Dover, with its magnificent white cliffs and castle. Shop: 0.1 miles Pub: 0.1 miles Coast: 0.1 miles
Two steps up to decked area and Front Door
Sitting Room is carpeted with seating area containing two leather sofas, occasional table and TV with DVD and dining area with table, chairs and a decorative dresser with bookshelves
Kitchen with fridge, electric oven and hob and door to rear decked terrace
Bedroom 1 has double bed (with left hand edge against the wall) and chest of drawers
Bathroom has bath with shower over, washbasin and w.c
Steep stairs lead from living room to.....
Bedroom 2 is open plan with double bed and bedside table
Door to right into
Bedroom 3 with double bed, bedside tables, chest of drawers and deep storage cupboard with water tank and plenty of hanging space and hooks
Garden: Rear decked terrace backing onto woodland with table and chairs and decked verandah with barbeque, garden furniture and communal lawns to the front.
Parking: In the main car park
Heating: Electric heaters.
Also Provided: Bed linen, towels and electricity
Notes: The park is open from 1st March to 31st October and for Christmas and New Year. Chalets we have available at Kingsdown Leisure Park are Sea Spray Lodge(EK175) , Tranquility(EK204) , Sea View(EK201) Park Lodge(EK708) Maple Lodge (EK205) Pebbles (EK208) and The Bolt Hole (EK198).