In the heart of the New Forest lies the historic and enchanting village of Beaulieu, home to some of our most delightful holiday cottages. This unspoilt setting is recognised by its winding cobbled streets and charming Tudor dwellings, a place where you can while away the hours with gentle strolls by the mill pond and lazy afternoons on a picnic blanket in the dappled shade. Surrounded by glorious woodland and stunning coastline, a self-catering holiday cottage in Beaulieu provides the ideal base from which to explore the rest of this magnificent county.
Set along a private bridleway lies Clobb Copse Cottage (sleeps 4). Its delightful open lounge and diner, stylish patio and attractive gardens, tasteful décor and impeccable attention to detail demand its five-star rating. On the forest edge of Beaulieu, where deer graze in the meadows, you'll find The Coach House. This fabulous Grade II listed Georgian mansion sleeps eight guests, making it perfect for large family gatherings and groups of friends, and places the spectacular National Park right at your doorstep. Oak Tree Cottage (sleeps 4) is a lovely New England style property that’s been spectacularly converted into a stylish family retreat. It’s the perfect place to return to after your days out exploring the surrounding woodland countryside and Hampshire coastline. If you're looking for a dog-friendly holiday cottage in Beaulieu, look no further than Kelmscott (sleeps 7). Near the picturesque Hatchet Pond, this spacious, detached house welcomes two dogs, has a good sized garden and direct forest access - doggy heaven!