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18 Log Cabins around the New Forest

This ancient forest area named by William the Conqueror, offers wonderful walking and cycling opportunities, the chance to spot wild deer and of course the famous New Forest ponies. Great for cycling and walking and easy to access by public transport.

Select+ Lodge 6

Milford-on-Sea, Hampshire, South of England

Select+ Lodge From £749 Availability

Immerse yourself in the 40 miles of stunning coastline, huge ancient woodlands and wild open moors of the New Forest. Plus, discover the wider delights of Hampshire and Dorset just a few miles beyond.

At Shorefield Country Park there's everything you need to make your stay one to remember. With great facilities, entertainment and luxury accommodation whatever time of year you visit, this park is the ideal location to explore this beautiful part of Hampshire. What's more, the park is pet friendly too.

Access to our swimming pools, bars and first class entertainment are at no extra cost when you book your holiday direct with Shorefield Holidays.

Superior+ Lodge (with Hot Tub) 4

Milford-on-Sea, Hampshire, South of England

Superior+ Lodge (with Hot Tub) From £749 Availability

Immerse yourself in the 40 miles of stunning coastline, huge ancient woodlands and wild open moors of the New Forest. Plus, discover the wider delights of Hampshire and Dorset just a few miles beyond.

At Shorefield Country Park there's everything you need to make your stay one to remember. With great facilities, entertainment and luxury accommodation whatever time of year you visit, this park is the ideal location to explore this beautiful part of Hampshire. What's more, the park is pet friendly too.

Access to our swimming pools, bars and first class entertainment are at no extra cost when you book your holiday direct with Shorefield Holidays.

Signature Lodge (with Hot Tub) 4

Milford-on-Sea, Hampshire, South of England

Signature Lodge (with Hot Tub) From £865 Availability

Immerse yourself in the 40 miles of stunning coastline, huge ancient woodlands and wild open moors of the New Forest. Plus, discover the wider delights of Hampshire and Dorset just a few miles beyond.

At Shorefield Country Park there's everything you need to make your stay one to remember. With great facilities, entertainment and luxury accommodation whatever time of year you visit, this park is the ideal location to explore this beautiful part of Hampshire. What's more, the park is pet friendly too.

Access to our swimming pools, bars and first class entertainment are at no extra cost when you book your holiday direct with Shorefield Holidays.

Superior Lodge (with Hot Tub) 4

Milford-on-Sea, Hampshire, South of England

Superior Lodge (with Hot Tub) From £489 Availability

Immerse yourself in the 40 miles of stunning coastline, huge ancient woodlands and wild open moors of the New Forest. Plus, discover the wider delights of Hampshire and Dorset just a few miles beyond.

At Shorefield Country Park there's everything you need to make your stay one to remember. With great facilities, entertainment and luxury accommodation whatever time of year you visit, this park is the ideal location to explore this beautiful part of Hampshire. What's more, the park is pet friendly too.

Access to our swimming pools, bars and first class entertainment are at no extra cost when you book your holiday direct with Shorefield Holidays.

Select Lodge 4

St. Leonards, Dorset, South West of England

Select Lodge From £425 Availability

Oakdene Forest Park is situated on the eastern edge of Dorset and is set in 55 landscaped acres bordering the pet-friendly Hurn Forest and the unspoilt river meadows.

Packed with everything you could need to make your holiday memorable and enjoyable, Oakdene Forest Park has a range of on-site facilities so you don't have to venture far.

Access to all our pools, bars and first-class entertainment are at no extra cost when you book your holiday with us.

Log Cabin in Hampshire 2

New Forest, Hampshire, South of England

Log Cabin in Hampshire From £436 Availability

Close to the charming village of Milford on Sea and the scenic coastline of Christchurch Bay, you are spoilt for choice in whichever direction you choose to venture. With the New Forest on its doorstep, with this beach house there is something for everyone to enjoy. From keen walkers and cyclists exploring the beauty of the New Forest to enjoying a round of golf at one of the UK s most scenic golf courses in Barton on Sea. You re within walking distance to the local pub and a Spar shop, but don t worry if you arrive without having stopped for your essentials as the owner has left a thoughtful selection of welcome pack items for your arrival. Take a short stroll to the coastline and discover the beautiful beach or during peak season, an open top bus will allow you to sightsee the delights of the New Forest almost from your door. A modern seaside themed open plan beach house, offering you all you ll need to enjoy a holiday down on the South Coast. Within the open plan living you will find a comfy double bed, ideal for couples, a well equipped kitchen with electric combi microwave oven and hob, fridge with ice compartment, air fryer and a washing machine with drying facilities outside. The contemporary shower room with shower and WC sits just off the kitchen. Continuing on from the kitchen area you will find a table for two to enjoy a home cooked meal, beyond the double bed is the seating area which is the perfect space within the beach house to enjoy overlooking the pretty front garden, to sit and take in the views or simply chill out with a good book. You could even partake in a little glass of wine watching the sun set. Venture out through the patio doors and you are welcomed into a tranquil space with the property s enclosed patio overlooking the pretty front garden, shared with the main house. There is allocated parking for one car within the grounds.

The Brick House 8

Beaulieu, Hampshire, South of England

The Brick House From £1853 Availability

The Brick House holds a wonderful location nestled within the New Forest National Park in a privileged position on the very edge of the privately owned Beaulieu River. The home makes the perfect choice for those searching for a truly relaxing escape, being ideally based for those wanting to enjoy the great outdoors, whether that be on foot, by bike or even by indulging in some water based activities!

The former brickworks possess endless charm and character while still offering guests all the modern amenities possibly needed for a more than comfortable stay. The Brick House can comfortably sleep up to eight guests across five well-appointed bedrooms. On the ground floor is the main living accommodation which comprises of a warm and welcoming living and dining area with a cosy wood burner, the perfect place to snuggle up in the evenings as well as the snug and TV room. Also on this level is the kitchen, fully equipped with an Aga and all the tools a budding chef could possibly need. Upstairs on the first floor are the five bedrooms, two king-size double rooms, one of which can be set up with twin beds on request, while both come complete with en-suite bathrooms. There is also an additional king-size double bedroom and two single rooms, each with raised high level beds making them suitable for children aged seven and above. These bedrooms share the use of the family bathroom.

Outside, guests will enjoy the excellent river views from the garden, while the terrace makes the perfect spot to enjoy a yummy barbecue al fresco on a Summer’s evening.  A second large lawn can be found to the side of the house, complete with a trampoline and a Yurt (also available), excellent fun for the children!

*Please note:
There is an additional annexe at the property which can be rented separately. This can be rented in conjunction with the house for groups up to 12 and offer total exclusivity. Oliver’s Travels recommends that groups who require total exclusivity or wish to bring a dog rent The Brick House & Annexe*

The New Forest is found in the South of England, it covers most of South West Hampshire spreading into South East Wiltshire and East Dorset.

The New Forest is known mainly for the New Forest National park which, once used as a hunting ground for William the Conqueror, is an area of stunning natural beauty, encompassing waterways and rivers, spreading over an impressive 566 sq km, stretching all the way to the coast. This gives visitors a wealth of things to do, perfectly balancing coast, countryside, cliff walks and the more urban village and town areas.

Guests are free to walk, cycle or even ride through the national park, where they will be sure to come across the New Forest ponies which graze and live here all year round. (Be sure to pick up a lucky New Forest horse shoe from a local gift shop before leaving!) There are also deer, owls, otters and a plethora of other British wildlife. Beyond this there are many sanctuaries, gardens and even a wildlife park, all within the park area. The waterways that run through here are also impressive, offering visitors the opportunity to canoe, kayak, sail and even fish.

After an exciting day exploring the forest, visitors will find a whole host of locally sourced cuisine nearby, where one can enjoy a traditional meal of game and vegetables in a local public house or venture into a local village to experience the catch of the day, both accompanied by locally brewed cider, ale or beer.

Beyond the expanse of nature, coastline and cliff walks, there are also tea rooms, restaurants, a water park, theme parks and even the main shopping hub of Southampton, all just a short drive away.

The Brick House & Annexe 12

Hampshire, South of England

The Brick House & Annexe From £2603 Availability

The Brick House & Annexe holds a fabulous location nestled within the New Forest National Park in a privileged position on the very edge of the privately owned Beaulieu River. The home makes a wonderful option for those searching for a truly relaxing escape, being ideally based for those wanting to enjoy the great outdoors, whether that be on foot, by bike or even by indulging in some water based activities.

The former brickworks possess endless charm and character while still offering guests all the modern amenities possibly needed for a more than comfortable stay. The Brick House can comfortably sleep up to eight guests across five well-appointed bedrooms, while the Annexe can comfortably accommodate an additional four guests, however the sleeping arrangements are best suited to a small family of two adults and two young children.

On the ground floor of the The Brick House is the main living accommodation which comprises of a warm and welcoming living and dining area with a cosy wood burner, the perfect place to snuggle up in the evenings as well as a snug and TV room. Also on this level is the kitchen, fully equipped with an Aga and all the tools a budding chef could possibly need. Upstairs on the first floor are the five bedrooms, two king-size double rooms, one of which can be set up with twin beds on request, while both come complete with en-suite bathrooms. There is also an additional double bedroom and two single rooms, each with raised high level beds making them suitable for children aged seven and above. These bedrooms share the use of the family bathroom.

On the ground floor of the Annexe is a bright and open-plan entertaining space with living and dining area as well as a fully-equipped contemporary kitchen. Upstairs and accessed by a spiral staircase is the family bedroom, which features a super-king size bed and an additional single bed and boasts an en-suite bathroom with bath and large walk-in shower. A further single bed can be found in a cosy mezzanine level above, this is accessed by ladder style stairs and has a restricted head height so is best suited to a young child.

Outside, guests will enjoy the excellent river views from the garden, while the terrace makes the perfect spot to enjoy a yummy barbecue al fresco on a Summer’s evening.  A second large lawn can be found to the side of the main house, complete with a trampoline, excellent fun for the children!

The New Forest is found in the South East of England, it covers most of South West Hampshire spreading into South East Wiltshire and East Dorset.

The New Forest is known mainly for the New Forest National park which, once used as a hunting ground for William the Conqueror, is an area of stunning natural beauty, encompassing waterways and rivers, spreading over an impressive 566 sq km, stretching all the way to the coast. This gives visitors a wealth of things to do, perfectly balancing coast, countryside, cliff walks and the more urban village and town areas.

Guests are free to walk, cycle or even ride through the national park, where they will be sure to come across the New Forest ponies which graze and live here all year round. (Be sure to pick up a lucky New Forest horse shoe from a local gift shop before leaving!) There are also deer, owls, otters, all sorts of British wildlife can be found here. Beyond this there are many sanctuaries, gardens and even a wildlife park, all within the park area. The waterways that run through here are also impressive, offering visitors the opportunity to canoe, kayak, sail and even fish.

After an exciting day exploring the forest, visitors will find a whole host of locally sourced cuisine nearby, where one can enjoy a traditional meal of game and vegetables in a local public house or venture into a local village to experience the catch of the day, both accompanied by locally brewed cider, ale or beer.

Beyond the expanse of nature, coastline and cliff walks, there are also tea rooms, restaurants, a water park, theme parks and even the main shopping hub of Southampton, all just a short drive away.