Romsey, New Forest Cottages
The first impression on entering Morningside is that of space. The impressively beamed main room is vast and easily accommodates a 6'6'' zip and link bed (which can be separated into two large singles), a fine leather Chesterfield and two single bed-chairs suitable for children, and a dining area. The fully-fitted and well-equipped kitchen is in a separate area, whilst a luxuriously appointed bathroom opens off the main room. A large, lawned garden adds privacy and an extra dimension to the accommodation, making this an unusual and very attractive place to stay.
All at ground floor in large main room. Entrance from courtyard behind farmhouse to small hallway and kitchen area with flagged floor and breakfast bar. Very large main room with fine beams, fitted carpet/rugs, circular dining table, sofa and chair bed for a child under 12, and zip & link bed offering a choice of super king-size double or twin beds. French window to garden at rear of the accommodation. En suite luxury bathroom/wc with oval bath, separate shower unit and twin basins.
Large, grassed garden overlooking fields at the back of Morningside with garden furniture and barbecue.
One well behaved pet welcome. Cot. Heating charged by owner at cost between 1st September and 31st March. No smoking.
Situated 1.5 miles from the market town of Romsey, the property is very well located for a wide range of attractions in the area. The New Forest National Park boundary is just 3 miles away, offering superb walks and rides and many visitor attractions such as the Beaulieu Motor Museum, Bucklers Hard and the world famous Exbury Gardens. For families with young children, Peppa Pig World at Paultons is a mile away from the property. The south coast is within easy driving distance - Lymington with ferries to the Isle of Wight, Keyhaven, where you can walk out on the spit to Hurst Castle and Christchurch with its spectacular natural harbour. The ancient, cathedral cities of Salisbury and Winchester and the historic port of Southampton are all within a 17 mile radius. More locally Romsey provides most shopping needs and is home to Broadlands, the stately home of the Brabourne family.