- Property code: A715
- Changeover day: Friday
- 2 or more bathrooms
- Access statement available
- Central heating
- Parking (see description for details)
- Garden or outside space
- Nearby pub or restaurant
- Real fire
- Nearby shop
- Short breaks available
- Washing machine
Tucked away in the enchanting village of Burley this charming semi-detached New Forest cottage is ideal for a family holiday in the New Forest. The cottage comfortably sleeps 5 with versatile accommodation including three pretty bedrooms and a large lounge with a wood burning stove, perfect for those out of season breaks.
Situated on a quiet private lane, where you are more likely to see horses than cars, walk out of the front gate and down the road to the village centre of Burley with plenty of quirky, trinket shops. The village is famous for witches, with one of the shops named 'A Coven of Witches' named by Sybil Leek, The White Witch. The village also has a number of pubs and cafes.
If you are keen cyclists, bring your bikes or hire them from the village centre. Burley is a great location to start your days cycling with many routes starting nearby. Burley Manor Riding Stables can be found at the end of the lane offering riding for all abilities.
The cottage is right in the heart of the New Forest National Park, with direct forest access just at the end of the lane therefore you are often likely to see ponies, cattle and donkeys wandering past so please don't forget to shut the gate!
Entrance into small hallway. Door to large lounge area with TV, DVD and wood burning stove.
Large kitchen/diner includes a gas cooker, microwave, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, dinging table with seating for seven and bifold doors to the rear garden.
Sitting room with wood burning stove and cofortable seating.
Downstairs cloakroom with hand basin and WC.
Cottage stairs to first floor:
Bedroom 1 with king size bed (5ft) storage and hanging space. Ensuite shower room with walk in shower hand basin and WC.
Bedroom 2 with double bed (4ft 6in)
Bedroom 3 with single beds(3ft)
Bedroom 4 with twin single beds (3ft)
The family bathroom includes a bath with shower over, basin and WC.
A small front garden with pathway leading down the side of the house to the rear enclosed garden with lawn and shrubbery. There is a small patio with garden table and chairs, perfect for al fresco dining. Charcoal barbecue available. (Furniture and barbecue available from Easter 2015 onwards).
For two cars on private driveway. Further parking available on quiet country lane.
Included: Bed linen (please supply your own towels), electricity, WIFi and gas central heating. Travel cot and booster seat for dining chair available on request. A small basket of logs will be provided in the appropriate season.
Children all ages welcome
Pets regret no pets
Telephone No. Mobile reception good.
Parking For two cars on private driveway. Further parking available on quiet country lane.
Bicycle Storage available
Beach Mainly sandy beach at Highcliffe, 8 miles. Shingle beach at Milford on Sea, 11 miles.
Shops several in Burley a short walk away.
Pubs The Queens Head and The Burley Inn. The White Buck Inn is a short drive.
The New Forest Tour Bus blue route stops nearby
Property: Self-catering cottage
Short breaks available low season bookable anytime, mid and high season two weeks before.
Yes. Places visited every day, new forest is a great place to holiday. We found Burley not the place to base ourselves for the holiday. Lymington/brockenhurst will b the places to stay next time we visit.
The cottage was fabulous in a great location, very homely and clean. Also there was everything in the cottage that you needed. We all had a very enjoyable family holiday.
This was an excellent holiday experience. We arrived a day late due to weather issues. However, once we arrived we settled in immediately. We have an interest in wildlife, so being in the New Forest is an ideal location generally, and specifically in Oak Tree cottage. It was extremely quiet both day and night. We bought an additional bird feeder for the back garden and counted over 12 species of bird including a nut hatch which is only the second one we have seen. There was little light pollution, so we had a great view of the stars at night. We heard an owl on most nights. We found plenty to do over the week, including an enjoyable cycle ride with bikes hired in the village. We used two of the local pubs for an evening meal, both of which were a short walk from the house and provided good food in a welcoming atmosphere. (Torch required for walk home} We will recommend this cottage to friends and will definitely visit again ourselves.
The cottage had a very homely and personal feel, which was lovely.
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We had a wonderful stay even though this has been the coldest and wettest September in years. Thank you
Very comfy cottage with everything we could possibly want and more. Our daughter liked the games cupboard and the kids only shed! Nice quiet location and good for walks into the forest nearby.
We would rent it again! Good follow up of your agency
We had a lovely time staying at Oaktree Cottage. The cottage is very pretty and has everything you could possibly need. Our children had a fantastic time and really enjoyed the 'Kids Only' shed. The location is great and we all loved seeing the horses and cows go past the front window. We would love to stay again!
Beautiful cottage in a beautiful location great for children and the dog loved it as well we will definitely return, it was perfect.
A very comfortable cottage in a lovely village. I would stop there again and recommend to friends!