New Forest Holiday Lets

Best of self-catering cottages to rent and log cabin accommodation in New Forest

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Compare hundreds of holiday homes in the New Forest for your trip to the national park in Hampshire. Hot tub ✓ Dog-friendly ✓ Log cabin ✓ Booking your own holiday cottages in New Forest, located in the South East of England means that you will certainly be able to make the most of a stay here. At Hundredrooms, we understand the sheer volume of choice that the internet provides, and for that reason take away the stress that comes with finding the perfect holiday accommodation in New Forest. We compare thousands of holiday lets so that in a matter of seconds, you can see them all on one screen. Despite its name, the New Forest is by no means new to the UK. Mostly made up of heath which is popular with campers and hikers, in 1079 AD it was first declared a royal hunting preserve and has since been developed into a series of trails and walks for cyclists, walkers and hikers alike. Getting there is relatively easy - you can travel from Southampton, Portsmouth or Bournemouth and drive to the forest. The large area is a collection of villages, wildlife and various wild outdoor areas which are popular with many holiday goers when booking their self-catering rental. All you have to do is tell us how many guests you’ll be travelling with and during what dates you’re looking to travel, and we’ll take care of the rest. Booking a pet-friendly holiday let is the best option for your holiday in New Forest, because it means you will have full freedom to enjoy the place peacefully with your family and furry friends. This area of England is certainly worth exploring, so what are you waiting for? Book your New Forest accommodation now!

Places to stay in the New Forest

Towns and villages are sparsely situated across New Forest, but these are the main places to book cottage lodges. Read on to find out more:

  • Lymington: A town on the Solent that forms part of the New Forest District, it is popular for its yachting and marina facilities.
  • Lyndhurst: This is the main town in the New Forest area and is a large and pleasant village with shopping facilities.
  • Beaulieu: Meaning ‘beautiful place’ in French, this town is home to the National Motor Museum and the Palace House.
  • Bransgore: A pretty village on the edge of the New Forest.
  • Burley: There are a lot of pubs, shops and walks around the village for you to enjoy. It is located in the heart of the west.
  • Fordingbridge: A village next to the river located in the north of the New Forest, and a medieval bridge crossing it. It has much restored Norman architecture and you’ll find many holiday cottages in New Forest here.
  • Brockenhurst: The largest village in the New Forest, it is certainly one of the most popular places to stay, due to the endless options for holiday accommodation. The surrounding countryside is incredible, and it has an interesting history connected to the WW1.
  • Ringwood: In the west of the New Forest is this market town. The River Avon passes through and the market has been held here since 1226. Find a range of self-catering holiday homes in this part of the forest.

New Forest holiday lets