Detached 2 bedroom New Forest Log Cabin close to sea
Stephen and Rod
About Stephen and Rod
We like to give our guest a warm welcome on arrival to provide a quick run down of the Cabin and surrounding area. Keys will be handed to you in person and we will remain on call should you have any problems or queries during your stay.
Why Stephen and Rod chose New Milton
There are plenty of places to visit and lots of lovely family pubs. Local interests are highcliffe castle with its lovely grounds and tea rooms. The Amberwood pub in Walkford offers very good evening food and a great traditional Sunday Roast. The new forest is about a 10 minute drive, great for walks and cycling with lots of well defined cycle paths including an old railway track which join up the smaller villages of burley, bealieu and brockenhurst. You can walk to the sea from Chewton Glen Lodge, highcliffe is about a 25 minute walk and the cliff hanger is worth a visit with views of the Needles. Lymington is about a 20 minute drive for shopping.
What makes this Cabin unique
Chewton Glen Lodges offer a unique holiday experience. We offer outside space, luxury bedding, pocket sprung millbrook matresses, zip and link beds, egyptian cotton towels, high spec bathrooms, power showers, cottage style kitchens, bbq's, cycle storage, wifi. We cater for all types of guests and also offer short stays of 2 nights. Feel at home away from home.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Great for our short break!
Immaculately clean and tidy, comfortable and great location. Everything was very easy, booking, checking in, Rod had lots of great info. Thanks for a great stay!
Very beautiful immaculately kept log cabin perfect for a short break
Had a lovely stay here,very comfortable,found everything we needed,perfectly clean well kept very well heated,cant ask for anything more
Lovely lodge with everything you could need
We had a lovely 2 night stay in West Lodge, it is in a fantastic location and has everything you could need for a great stay. Will definitely be back.
Wonderfully presented and cosy lodge
We loved staying here! The location was just perfect for exploring the New Forest and Christchurch. The lodge was well equipped and very cosy. The beds were very comfortable and the shower was heavenly. Our toddler’s travel cot fit very well in the twin bedroom and she loved all the garden toys. Rod was very welcoming and had lots of suggestions for days out and places to eat.
Thank you again for a lovely break.
It's a lovely holiday. We hope to be there again
We like every thing and we pass a great holiday. Thanks a lot.
We stayed with our two young granddaughters we couldnt ask for anything more
There was everything we needed in the cabin and so much was included in the price from a welcome pack of cereals, bread, milk, tea, coffee and so much more to DVD’s for the children and games and rod and Steve made us welcome and was very informative of things to do nearby. Such a lovely area to stay and would recommend
We are situated between the sea at Highcliffe and the stunning New Forest National Park.
Places of interest:
Lymington (8 miles) - A Georgian sailing town providing wonderful restaurants, cafes and a large variety of boutique shops. On Saturday the high street becomes a market offering high quality local produce, antiques, cloths, furniture. Walk down to the marina on the cobbled paths and enjoy fish and chips and watch the sailing boats.
Burley (7 miles) - A typical, traditional New Forest village with Horses, ponies and cows roaming through the streets. Here you will find a great cycle hire centre, cider farm, tea rooms, gift shops, art galleries and a pick-your-own farm. A good spot for a picnic.
Beaulieu (14 miles) - One of South of England's top family days out including National Motor Museum, Palace House and Gardens, Beaulieu Abbey and World of Top Gear. Visit the nearby shipbuilding village and museum at Bucklers Hard and have a walk along the Beaulieu river.
Highcliffe (1 mile) - A small town which lies on a picturesque stretch of the solent coastline offering breath taking views of the Isle of Wight and it's Needles Rocks. Have lunch at the Cliffhanger Cafe or walk down to the clean, award winning beaches and watch the surfers. You can walk from here to Highcliffe Castle with its stunning gardens and traditional tea rooms.
Milford on sea (5 miles) - A scenic village with some interesting gift shops and antiques. Visit the Needles eye cafe for a cream tea and a perfect view of the Needles Rocks. Slightly further east is Keyhaven, with its boatyard and bird sanctuary. Protruding southwards from Keyhaven is Hurst Spit, approximately two miles of shingle, from the end of which the inhabitants of Hurst Castle used to watch over the Solent. The castle was built by Henry VIII, and is now visitor oriented, with a museum, lighthouse and café. A seasonal ferry makes the trip across the marshes roughly every 20-30mins as an alternative to the blustery walk across the shingle.
Mudeford (3.5 miles) - A former small fishing village that lies at the entrance to Christchurch Harbour. A great place for crab fishing or have a beer at the haven house Inn which was built in1693. Close by is Avon beach wh8ch offers child friendly beaches and places to eat. The noisy lobster is a great spot for lunch or dinner watching the waves from the window. You can hop over to Hengisbury Head on the ferry and enjoy panoramic views of Christchurch Harbour and Poole Bay, discover the rare plants and wildlife in the marshes. You can catch another ferry from here to Christchurch and the nearby village of Wick.