Barn Near Sway, Lymington, New Forest, Hampshire - Quiet And Private Location
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
We really enjoyed our short stay at the lodge to celebrate my Mums birthday. The hosts were superb, made us feel really at home and such thoughtful touches with the happy birthday bunting and lights :) Rosco the dog is fab and our border collie had an amazing time playing with him. Highly recommend! Thanks again x
Beyond what we could have expected in every way!
We had a truly memorable experience during our stay. Jane & Vincent made us feel incredibly welcome from the moment we arrived and were made to feel at home. Our home for the weekend was perfect with necessary luxuries and very comfortable (in fact we found that we wanted to stay in more than had planned as felt so at home). Roscoe the dog was the star of the show and was adored by my 5 year old Daughter (this made her weekend). The only downside is that our weekend came to an end although we are already planning when we can return for more R&R and such warm hospitality!!!
Wonderful retreat....peace and quiet
Jane Vincent and Rosco the dog made us feel really welcome from the word go!! The barn was amazing, everything was to hand and Janes attention to detail wAs perfect!
Time passed so quickly...we really didn't want to leave
Thank you both for a great stay we will definitely be back!
Julie and Jack from Leicester
New forest stay
Perfect stay in a great location set in beautiful grounds. Easy access to coast/pubs and walking locations. Would definitely go back.
A rural idyll
Directions to the property were easy to follow. Parking adjacent to the barn was convenient, spacious and safe. The photos were a true depiction of the accommodation which was clean, warm, well equipped, quiet and private. Jane was welcoming, considerate and helpful.
My puppy enjoyed daily play time with the long suffering Roscoe - a friendly Newfoundland and meeting the New Forest pony in the adjacent paddock.
The open forest was just a short walk away.
I would certainly recommend a visit to this wonderful getaway - a real gem.
Hand on heart one of the best properties we have had the pleasure of staying in. Beginning with a warm welcome from Vincent and of course Roscoe. After days out, in and around the new forest we couldn't wait to get back and just relax. Another great endorsement is that Ned, our border terrier didn't want to leave either. A return trip is a must and for a lot longer too. Fantastic!
Nearest beach 3-4 Miles
Closest Airports - Southampton 30 minute drive and Bournemouth 25 minute drive. Heathrow is about 90 minutes.
We are located in a small village on the edge of the New Forest. Two local farm shops are a 5 minute drive and New Milton and Lymington is a 10 minute and 15 minute drive respectively. By Train - Brockenhurst 10 minutes, New Milton 10 minutes and Sway 5 minute drive.
Places to Visit -
Beaulieu Motor Museum - World famous National Motor Museum, Palace House and gardens, historic Beaulieu Abbey and globally known Auto Jumble.
Bucklers Hard - On the banks of the Beaulieu River, in the heart of the New Forest National Park, you will find the peaceful haven of Buckler’s Hard. The exciting Maritime Museum and Buckler’s Hard Story gives an insight into the history of this 18th century shipbuilding village focusing on its vessels including those built for Nelson's Navy.
Lyndhurst known as the capital of the New Forest offers a wide range of shops, cosy tea rooms, old world pubs, cafes and fine restaurants.
Brockenhurst lies within the Heritage Area of the New Forest. The New Forest is all around you and wild ponies, deer and cows roam at will. The Rhinefield Ornamental Drive is worth a visit, especially when the rhododendrons are in bloom in the spring.
Lymington A beautiful Georgian market town which is world renown as a sailing resort; there are two large marinas and two sailing clubs. Close by the sailing clubs is an open-air seawater bath that was built in 1833. There is a number of interesting independent shops including some designer boutiques. On Saturday a market is held in the High Street. At the bottom of the High Street a cobblestone road leads down to the Old Town Quay, still used as a base by commercial fishing boats.
Barton on Sea beauty spots include the cliff tops which have a golf club and magnificent coastal walks stretching from Milford-on-Sea to Hurst Castle and the Isle of Wight. The beach offers safe swimming and the famous fossil beds.
Christchurch has two rivers, two castles, an 11th century Priory Church, a mill of Saxon origin, a medieval bridge and the site of a civil war siege in 1645.
Poultons Park is a family theme park with various attractions and rides, beautiful landscapes and gardens.