This luxurious escape can be found in a rural location between a wild, unspoilt beach where the National Park’s free-roaming ponies go to paddle and dappled woods on the southern shores of the New Forest. During the Second World War, it housed "Churchill's Secret Army," the illustrious Special Operations Executive. Today, it is a carefully remodelled, single-story holiday home for 6 guests and their pooches.
Inside is a curated blend of past and present, with comfort and aesthetics high on the agenda. Each room is a treasure trove of rustic riches sprinkled with lashings of character and style. The open-plan kitchen/living/dining room is an inviting space - with a log burner to cosy up on nippy winter nights.
Highlights in the extensive gardens are towering trees, lush lawns, blooms and plenty of seating and dining furniture. There’s a quirky covered outdoor kitchen, a play house and a tree swing for the little ones, and the ultimate in luxury living is a sumptuous outdoor heated timber bothy with a cooper bath to lie back and relax in warm bubbles while watching the clouds and woodland wildlife play in the trees.
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