Few holiday cottages are as picturesque as the 18th century thatched Argentor Cottage, nestled in the heart of the New Forest, five minutes from historic Beaulieu, and just 15 to Lyndhurst and local beaches with views across to the Isle of Wight.
Hatchet Pond is a short stroll away, from where beautiful sunsets can be viewed. Other local attractions include Beaulieu Motor Museum, Exbury Gardens and Lepe Beach & Country Park. Brockenhurst and the Georgian market town of Lymington are a short drive away too. It’s the perfect place for a romantic or family escape from the city where you can take countryside or beach strolls, enjoy quaint pubs and relax in a pretty garden with a good bottle or two of wine.
This idyllic retreat can sleep 6, and has three comfortable and attractive bedrooms, a modern stylish bathroom, beautifully designed lounge, quaint and cosy dining room and traditional kitchen with all the mod cons. If the weather is kind you can make the most of the large sunny garden. The cottage is self-catering but there are many excellent farm shops within easy proximity offering delicious fare from local artisan producers.
The cottage has been wonderfully designed throughout and retains so much of its country character. It’s so tastefully done and you can see so much thought has gone in to making it the most special cottage you could ever wish to stay in. It really does feel like a luxurious home from home. We also
appreciated the huge efforts the owners have taken to make the cottage as eco-friendly as possible, and for the super hamper filled with local artisan treats and a bottle of fine English
sparkling wine on arrival.
To book visit www.newforestcottages.co.uk
By Lisa Curtiss