Town house with 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms in Lymington And Pennington, England
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Town house to rent in Lymington And Pennington, England
Revive your senses, surrounded by the gorgeous natural beauty of the New Forest.Set in the quaint village of Lymington lies the charming Lymington House. From the outset.
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Revive your senses, surrounded by the gorgeous natural beauty of the New Forest.
Set in the quaint village of Lymington lies the charming Lymington House. From the outset, this home exudes calm and tranquillity with traditional red brickwork highlighted by white frames and a gravel pathway, a cosy village home.
Set across three floors, Lymington House boasts four bedrooms, comfortably sleeping up to eight people and two babies. This home has been perfected for family use with the feature of a twin bedroom and even a children's bedroom, complete with a bunkbed, rocking horse and array of toys. The children's room also features an en-suite bathroom. There are a further two bedrooms, both finished with a double bed and en-suite shower room. One of these rooms lies on the second floor, above the other bedrooms, offering a seperate area of peaceful slumber. There is one feature WC which is located downstairs.
This house just breathes space, finished in hues of creams and white to fully emphasise the room throughout. Downstairs is home to a large living room, styled with a mix of modern and traditional furnishings, from opulent rugs to carved sofas and rustic wooden floors. This room works as an open plan living and dining space with the seating areas bordering a large antique style dining table, fully lit by the large patio doors which slide back completely to revel the beautiful garden, allowing guests to enjoy their meals in the light evening breeze. The whole area is adorned with inspiring art pieces.
Of course, with such a large dining area, there is an equally impressive kitchen to match! The kitchen here is perfect for preparing family meals, perhaps even trying some locally sourced meat or a fresh catch of the day, all atop the traditional style AGA, accompanied by a stunning natural view of the garden.
The property is divided over 3 floors
- Bedroom 1: Double bedroom with en-suite shower and bath (half size)
- Bedroom 2: Twin room
- Bedroom 3: Bunk beds with en-suite shower room
- Bedroom 4: Double bed (low level) on the 2nd floor with en-suite shower room
- Cloakroom with WC and wash basin
- Kitchen: Aga plus gas stove and electric oven, Fridge Freezer, Microwave, Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Plus masses of serving dishes and 'bits' to host dinner parties if needed
- L shaped open plan living and dining room with comfortable seating and bi folding doors that open directly to the garden
- There is a large wooden deck that wraps around the back of the property
- Spacious garden with table to seat 8, wicker sofa for relaxing and kids slide and climbing frame
- Parking: Off street parking for up to 5 cars
- 32" Digital TV
- Digital Radio
- Free Wi-Fi and mobile signal is mainly good
The New Forest is found in the South East of England, it covers most of South West Hampshire spreading into South East Wiltshire and East Dorset.
The New Forest is known mainly for the New Forest National park which, once used as a hunting ground for William the Conqueror, is an area of stunning natural beauty, encompassing waterways and rivers, spreading over an impressive 566 sq km, stretching all the way to the coast. This gives visitors a wealth of things to do, perfectly balancing coast, countryside, cliff walks and the more urban village and town areas.
Guests are free to walk, cycle or even ride through the national park, where they will be sure to come across the New Forest ponies which graze and live here all year round. (Be sure to pick up a lucky New Forest horse shoe from a local gift shop before leaving!) There are also deer, owls, otters, all sorts of British wildlife can be found here. Beyond this there are many sanctuaries, gardens and even a wildlife park, all within the park area. The waterways that run through here are also impressive, offering visitors the opportunity to canoe, kayak, sail and even fish.
After an exciting day exploring the forest, visitors will find a whole host of locally sourced cuisine nearby, where one can enjoy a traditional meal of game and vegetables in a local public house or venture into a local village to experience the catch of the day, both accompanied by locally brewed cider, ale or beer.
Beyond the expanse of nature, coastline and cliff walks, there are also tea rooms, restaurants, a water park, theme parks and even the main shopping hub of Southampton, all just a short drive away.
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Updated 17 July 2018
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Changeover days and minimum stays
- 18 July 2018 - 20 December 2024: the minimum stay is 2 nights.
Refundable Breakage Deposit
£1,000.00 per booking, paid locally
4 bedrooms, Sleeps 8
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