The quiet hamlet of Keyhaven lies just within the borders of the New Forest National Park, famous for its captivating woodland trails. This former fishing village is now a popular destination for tourists - particularly those with a passion for sailing - who enjoy magnificent views of the Solent and towards the Isle of Wight. Keyhaven is home to two sailing clubs and a pub, it’s also part of the Keyhaven Nature Reserve; 500 acres of diverse coastal landscape that includes mudflats and salt marshes, and is habitat for a variety of species, from Barn Owls to brown hares. Visitors to the reserve can follow several different circular walks and footpaths, including the magnificent Solent Way.
Off a quiet residential lane the detached cottage, Homelea (sleeps 5) is perfect for families. The house is complemented by a large sunny garden backing onto fields and is located in Keyhaven, perfect for holiday by the sea. Keyhaven is ideal for dinghy sailing and paddleboarding but also offers beautiful coastal walks and a ferry to the sensational Hurst castle.