- Property code: C153
- Changeover day: Friday
- Nearby shop
- Designated parking
- Nearby pub or restaurant
- Short Breaks available
- Central heating
- Garden or outside space
- Washing machine
- Near Beach
Set in a quiet residential area this spacious holiday home provides excellent accommodation for a family wishing to enjoy time on the south coast and the shingle beach at Milford on Sea. With an interesting view across The Solent to The Needles and Isle of Wight from the master bedroom and a colourful garden to enjoy, this is certainly a place where you can relax and unwind.
Set in the bustling seaside village of Milford on Sea, there is an abundance of eateries and shops here including the Award-Winning fish restaurant Verveine. The popular sea front is a must for those wishing to swim and enjoy a day on the beach. You can also enjoy a walk across the cliff top to Barton on Sea.
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 few minutes' 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.
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 through front door into spacious hallway.
Lounge with comfortable seating, electric fire, Smart TV with SKY Q, Sky Sports and separate DVD player.
Archway into dining room with dining table and seating for 6. The modern kitchen includes a gas hob, integrated electric oven, integrated combi microwave, dishwasher, fridge-freezer and TV.
Door into conservatory with washing machine, tumble dryer and dining table with seating for six. Doors lead from here into the rear garden.
Cloakroom with hand basin and WC.
Stairs to first floor.
Bedroom 1 includes a king size bed housing an integrated TV within the bed frame, ample fitted wardrobes and a lovely view towards The Needles and Isle of Wight.
Bedroom 2 has twin single beds, fitted wardrobes and TV.
Bedroom 3 with double bed and ample storage.
Modern family bathroom with shower over bath, hand basin, bidet and WC.
To the rear of the house is a pretty, enclosed garden with mature shrubs and trees bordering the lawn and patio which has ample garden furniture. Please note there is a small covered pond at the rear of the garden, please supervise children in the garden.
On drive way for 2 cars.
Included Bed linen and towels, (please bring own beach towels), central heating (gas), electricity and WiFi, 2 travel cots (please bring own bedding), high chair and stair gate provided.
Children All ages welcome.
Pets One dog welcome. Must be over the age of 1 year old (unless agreed with the owner prior to booking) and dogs must be fully housetrained and well behaved. Please note that there is a standard charge of £25 per pet per week.?
Telephone Not available. Mobile signal variable.
Nearest beach Milford on Sea ¼ mile.
Nearest shop Several in Milford on Sea 1/4 mile.
Nearest pub Several in Milford on Sea 1/4 mile.
Short breaks Available low season bookable any time, mid and high season two weeks before the holiday start.
Property: Self-catering holiday cottage.
Very good location to explore local area and Isle of Wight.
We loved our stay! The house was beautifully done, spacious and with a very welcoming feeling. We had 15 people for lunch one day, with plenty of room for everyone (we have a large family in the area). We loved the garden in particular, it was sunny and with a lovely sound from the fish pond. We also appreciated very much it was so well equipped with kitchen utensils etc. We loved the area, and appreciated that the owners had left a map so we could find all the secret fottpaths. We went for walks along the Solent, to Barton-on-Sea, to Lymington over the fields, to Hurst castle - and had wonderful weather every day (but one).