- Property code: C151
- Changeover day: Friday
- Designated parking
- 2 or more bathrooms
- Nearby pub or restaurant
- Short Breaks available
- Central heating
- Garden or outside space
- Washing machine
- Near Beach
Haven View, nestled in the quiet coastal village of Keyhaven, is surrounded by countryside on one side and Keyhaven Lake on the other. With interesting views across the Solent to the Isle of Wight from the second floor master bedroom and private balcony, guests are sure to find peace and tranquillity here.
Set out over three storeys the property comprises of a ground floor utility room with access to a private, beautifully landscaped garden and garage for bike storage. The main living areas are located on the first floor with all three bedrooms on the second floor, all with views of either the coast or surrounding countryside.
Keyhaven is a great base for guests who like to be by the coast, but also not far from the best of both worlds, as the New Forest National Park is just a short 15 minute drive to the north. Just a two minute walk away, you can pick up the Solent Way walk which leads you from Keyhaven along the Nature Reserve into the Georgian town of Lymington. This walk is an ideal circular route or during the summer months, simply jump on the coastal tour bus back to Keyhaven.
There is an array of water sports just 400 yards from the property, including kayaking, paddle boarding and sailing.
Just a mile down the road is the bustling seaside village of Milford on Sea. There is an abundance of eateries and shops here including the Award Winning fish restaurant Verveine.
Hurst Castle, an English Heritage site, built by Henry III, can be walked to along Hurst Spit or alternatively, between Easter and October a ferry runs from the little jetty at Keyhaven across to the Castle. The end of the spit showcases stunning views of The Needles and rest of the Isle of Wight.
Entrance hall. Leading into utility area with washing machine, tumble dryer and additional fridge-freezer. Door to rear garden. Entrance to the garage can also be accessed on the ground floor.
Stairs to first floor.
Kitchen includes gas hob, electric oven, fridge, freezer, microwave and dishwasher. Views across the surrounding countryside.
The large lounge/diner comes with comfortable seating for six, TV, DVD player, CD player, iPod docking station, dining table with seating for eight and door to balcony at the front of the property with partial views of Keyhaven Lake, Hurst Castle and the Solent beyond.
Shower room with shower cubicle, hand basin and WC.
Stairs to second floor.
Bedroom 1 with king size bed, vanity unit, TV and views across to Hurst Castle and the Solent.
Bedroom 2 with double bed, views across the countryside and storage.
Bedroom 3, single bed with pull out bed underneath.
Family bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC.
The newly landscaped sunny paved garden to the rear of the property is north facing with views of the surrounding countryside. The garden comes with comfortable rattan furniture (cushions are stored inside), built-in fire pit and an additional seating area for al fresco dining.
Parking for up to two cars on the driveway.
Included Bed linen, please bring your own towels, central heating (gas), electricity and WiFi.
Children All ages welcome.
Pets Up to two dogs welcome.
Nearest Shop Milford on Sea - 1 mile.
Nearest Pub The Gun Inn - 500 metres (limited opening hours), The White Horse - 1 mile.
Nearest Town Lymington – 3 miles.
Nearest Beach Milford on Sea - 1.5 miles.
Short Breaks Available low season bookable anytime, mid and high season two weeks before.
Changeover Day Friday.
Arrival Time 3pm.
Departure Time 10am.
Property: Self-catering holiday home.
Fabulous, well equipped house in a beautiful location. We appreciated the food left and dog supplies. Didn't realise the walks and water sports were so good. Might be worth mentioning those when advertising. We loved it. Loved the garden and the peace and quiet. Thank you.
A really lovely location with all the facilities a family needs. A beautiful home and area. We were very lucky to have fabulous weather for the whole week which made having the garden so nicely landscaped a real bonus.
We've had a brilliant week. Weather very mixed but we've made the best of it. The house has been perfect for us, only sad bit is the weather has been too cold to sit in the beautiful garden. Dottie and the children have enjoyed the sea being up close and the wildlife. Thank you and thanks for the welcome goodies, much appreciated.