The charming village of Tiptoe lies in the civil parish of Hordle in the heart of the New Forest. The village has a traditional pub serving local ales, The Plough Inn, which dates back to the 1600s. Here, you’ll be surrounded by woodland walks and trails, while the spectacular Solent coast is only a short trip away. The name ‘Tiptoe’ is descended from the 13th century French surname, “Typetot”. Enjoy the freedom of the surrounding countryside, the stunning wildlife, quiet starry nights, and the very best Hampshire hospitality when you book your stay in the rural idyll of Tiptoe.
The unusual and characterful 3 bedroomed Walnut Tree Cottage (sleeps 6) offers spacious and comfortable accommodation in this lovely quiet village, surrounded by the beautiful forest and close to the stunning South Coast.