Holiday Cottages in Lyndhurst

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Minstead, New Forest

2 Fri changeover

£492 - £707

A romantic bolthole in the heart of the New Forest, Beecroft is the perfect destination for a holiday full of peace and tranquility.

1 Rose Cottage

Brook, New Forest

4 Fri changeover

£512 - £1145


A charming cottage in the north of the New Forest. 1 Rose Cottage has been tastefully refurbished to provide comfortable accommodation for guests.

£490 - £1022

Acres Down Farm Cottage is a charming property overlooking Acres Down Farm. The cottage has three bedrooms and sleeps up to 6 people.

£490 - £1022

Camellia Cottage is a deligthful cottage sleeping up to 6 guests and is dog friendly too. The cottage is just a short walk from Lyndhurst high street.


Copythorne, New Forest

8 Fri changeover

£714 - £1497

This large family house is a comfortable home from home, ideal for a family holiday. Gateways has 4 bedrooms, a large garden and ample living space.

£406 - £842

Orchardside at Penn Farm is a fantastic base for exploring the New Forest. The cottage had direct forest access and sleeps up to 4 guests.

£810 - £1661

Traditional New Forest cottage in stunning location with direct forest access on the edge of the popular village of Lyndhurst.

Dell Cottage

Bank, New Forest

7 Fri changeover

£845 - £1690

Secluded and opposing open forest, in the village of Bank, is Dell Cottage. This charming cottage has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms sleeping up to 7 people.

Furzey House

Minstead, New Forest

10 Fri changeover

£1000 - £1800

A beautiful thatched cottage for larger groups in the grounds of Furzey Gardens.


Known as the “Capital of the New Forest”, the Royal Manor of Lyndhurst has been visited by kings and queens throughout the centuries. Established as a royal hunting ground in 1079, the origins of its name are found in the Old English words lind (lime tree) and hyrst (wooded hill). The pre-Raphaelite church of St Michael and All Angels overlooks the village and is admired for its frescos and stained-glass windows, while the New Forest Museum offers visitors a fascinating guide to the history and heritage of this ancient hinterland. Lyndhurst has a mélange of independent shops, art galleries, cafes and tea rooms, pubs, and hotels. Popular English folklore has the village as a stage for dragon-slaying: Sir Berkeley ‘The Valiant’ and his pack of hounds defeating the dragon after thirty days and thirty nights of battle that raged through the forest. Legend has it that the dragon drew its final breath on Boltons Bench hill, just outside the village, where it’s body turned into the yew tree that’s rooted there today.

The delightful, 3 bedroomed, semi-detached Camellia Cottage (sleeps 6) is peacefully situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in a residential area of Lyndhurst, yet within walking distance of the bustling high street. Renovated to a high standard, it offers couples or families comfortable accommodation in the heart of the New Forest.

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