Originally a 19th century smugglers inn this superb property has been equipped as a holiday home. The house stands in gardens of 1 1/2 acres at the end of a quiet rural lane. It enjoys unparalleled views over fields and a protected bird reserve, overlooking the solent and the Isle of Wight. There are many coastal walks, local pubs and Lymington, a thriving town popular with sailors is within a mile from the property.
There are 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 shower rooms and a cloakroom. The master suite has an ensuite bathroom with separate shower cubicle, second double bedroom has twin beds + e/s, third bedroom has double bed with e/s shower room, fourth bedroom has two sets of adult-size bunk beds and fifth bedroom has one set of adult-size bunk beds. There is a large sitting room leading to spacious balcony , staircase leading down to garden , study, dining room, eat-in kitchen, utility room with washing machine and tumble drier. There is Sky TV , Broadband with DVD and video player.
There are several golf courses nearby. The closest is in Lymington. Others include the New Forest Club, Brockenhurst Golf club and Birley Golf Club.
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Lymington is a well-known sailing centre at the edge of the famous New Forest which is a National Park. It has many walks, lakes, characterful old English pubs and is a nature reserve. Local activities include many walking areas, horse-riding bird-watching and of course all water sports. The Isle of Wight is a popular tourist attraction only a 15 minute ferry ride away with many beaches. Lymington is a thriving town with a very popular Saturday market and is only a half hour drive from both Southampton and Bournemouth airports and just under a 2 hour drive from from the centre of London. Nearest beaches are approx 5 miles away and there are many places to explore in all sizes of boat, from Cowes in the Isle of Wight to Beaulieu, Keyhaven and on to Mudeford beaches.
There are many nice pubs, some good restaurants and golf courses within easy reach.
Other Activities: sailing walking bird-watching
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