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Holiday cottages in Brook, Hampshire

Brook is a delightful and rather picturesque hamlet with several well equipped holiday cottages, located just inside the New Forest, just a few miles from Romsey. It is perhaps best known for the Rufus Stone south of the village which marks the spot where the then King of England, William Rufus was said to have been killed by an arrow fired by a French nobleman in 1100. The hamlet features a mix of 18th and 19th Century cottages, including the town’s two traditional inns – the Green Dragon and the Bell Inn – both originally dating from the 18th Century. Be prepared to see pigs, sheep, donkeys and, wild ponies and horses grazing on the village green!

Holiday Cottages in Brook are fully equipped for self-catering but there are also quaint village pubs close by if you prefer to dine out or book a last minute break with no time to plan!.

Charming, comfortable, single-storey thatched annexe | Little Trout, Nether Wallop, near Stockbridge

Little Trout, Hampshire

Romantic break in Nether Wallop, near Stockbridge with 1 bedroom, sleeps 2. Pets welcome. Enclosed Garden/Patio, Short Breaks All Year.

This single-storey property has plenty of history attached to it and is a great base for exploring Hampshire and Wiltshire’s many attractions.

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  • Fishing Nearby/On-site
  • Pet Friendly
  • Newly Listed Property
  • Heritage Collection
  • Green Scheme
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  • Entrance Ramp/Level Access
  • Parking - On Site
  • Shower Cubicle
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self-catering in Brook, New Forest close to Winchester and Salisbury

Walkers and cyclists will find the roads and lanes in and around Brook an absolute delight. Nothing but unspoiled countryside and great views with peace and quiet. Furzey Gardens with its wonderful flora, old thatched cottage museum, a colourful kitchen garden and more is just under two miles away, while the totally captivating New Forest is only four miles away. For the younger ones, Paultons Park, which is home to Peppa Pig World is an extremely pleasant family theme park located a little over three miles away from Brook. The local golf club, Bramshaw, is said to be the oldest in Hampshire. An altogether lovely destination for a self-catering cottage holiday. Within easy reach of the New Forest, attractive Tudor holiday cottages with oak beams and inglenook fireplace are postcard perfect. There are many footpaths, bridleways for great walks and with the New Forest is quarter of an away. Winchester and Salisbury are cathedral towns within half an hours drive.