Discover Cottage Living in Hampshire This Year

Hampshire is one of the best places in the United Kingdom for a holiday. Whether you’re looking for a weekend break to have a short escape from city life, or a week long family holiday full of activities you’ll find it all waiting for you here.

A Golden Oak 4 bedroom cabin at Forest of Dean

Hampshire is amazing because it has the right mix of the city, the coast and country in one. You”ll be able to visit the two beautiful National Parks, experience the thriving culture and learn about the heritage and history that created this place.

Throughout the year there are a number of great events to enjoy. You can take your pick from arts, sporting events, culture, music festivals and much more. It doesn’t matter if you’re coming with your friends, family or partner because you’ll find something for everyone.

One of the best things is the accommodation that’s on offer here. I personally love looking through the cottages that you can stay in. Take my advice and look for cottages to rent in the New Forest. Forget hotels or B&B’s and book yourself a cottage.

So why do I think cottage holidays are the way to go? Well, that’s easy:

Privacy

You will have the whole cottage to yourself, so it really does feel like a home away from home – just a lot better! You can sit by the fire at night, take a dip in an outdoor jacuzzi or cook up a family feast at night, all in the privacy of the cottage.

It’s Cheaper

If you’re travelling with a big group then booking a cottage can be the most cost effective way to go. If you compare the cost to booking hotels for all of your group then you’ll most definitely be better off in a cottage, plus it’s much better.

Stay In Nature

You will be able to find the most amazing cottages beautifully nestled in the countryside. There’s something very special waking up right in the middle of the forest – a holiday is supposed to make you forget about the stress and rat race, what better way to do that than waking up to the sound of nature outside your window?

Take my advice and make the next UK holiday one to Hampshire.