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TheOld Stables,New Forest, 12 bedroom sleeps many!

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Perfect weekend breaks! Sleeps many with 12 bedrooms!

Wonderful large interesting spaces formed from a fine victorian stable building. Plenty of room at the huge table for business meetings or group dining alike. Huge vaulted lounge with projector, great for business presentations and meetings, or for watching films in the evening. Best thing is there's no travel home - you're already there, as the Old Stables in the New Forest, with up to 29 separate beds.

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No horses inside The Old Stables any more, but plenty of New Forest ponies just yards away! The Old Stables is set in the heart of the New Forest, in Lyndhurst, the high street with its excellent selection of good restaurants, pubs, coffee shops, tea rooms and independent shops is just a minute’s walk, yet a few minutes further walk and you are directly in the middle of the New Forest, with beautiful open forest in all directions, perfect for walking and using the marked cycle paths.
An easy place to walk along to is Bolton’s Bench, where you can walk for miles into the forest, play a game of rounders in summer or go sledging or snowboarding in winter!
The location in the middle of the New Forest means that nowhere is too far away, whether its the coastal areas and towns in the south of the New Forest, the remote parts of the north forest, Southampton in the East or Bournemouth to the West or any of the beautiful areas between, you will not have far to travel from here.

“Just wanted to say what a lovely stay we had at The Old Stables last week. The cot-tage was warm, cosy and clean. The kitchen was well equipped and lacked nothing. All the appliances were in working order and the location in Lyndhurst was superb. Everybody in the group said the beds were very comfortable and the open fire added a great ambience at the end of the day. We shall certainly recommend this cottage to other large groups seeking a break away.”

“The house was absolutely perfect, thank you. We would love to come back another time.”

“Just a quick email to let you know we had an amazing 60th birthday weekend. Any worries that we had were immediately gone the moment we stepped inside The Old Stables. After our initial visit last May to look around, it was good to see the alteration and decoration that has happened in the meantime. Not only that, we were lucky to have all the new crockery and glasses, plenty of hot water, cozy beds and good heat-ing. All our guests were very impressed and I can guarantee you will have plenty of recommendations.”

“The Old Stables is a fantastic place to stay with a large group. Being so close to both Lyndhurst and the beautiful New Forest there is tons to do right on your door-step making for an unbeatable location. The accommodation is comfortable and the living room and kitchen a lovely mix of spacious but cosy.
Can’t recommend it enough, we had a fantastic stay!”

“I just wanted to let you know what a fantastic time we all had at the Old Stables. It’s a brilliant property and gave us everything we needed.”

“Thanks for a good week at the Old Stables. It was clean and spacious with a well-equipped kitchen (and a constant supply of hot water). It was such a cold week, and we enjoyed the log fire every evening! The big screen was great for watching films together. It was also an excellent location, being just off Lyndhurst High Street, and there was something for everyone (aged 5 months to 86!).”

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Perfect weekend breaks! Sleeps many with 12 bedrooms!

Wonderful large interesting spaces formed from a fine victorian stable building. Plenty of room at the huge table for business meetings or group dining alike. Huge vaulted lounge with projector, great for business presentations and meetings, or for watching films in the evening. Best thing is there's no travel home - you're already there, as the Old Sta…
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Sypialnia 1
1 podwójne łóżko, 2 pojedyncze łóżka
Sypialnia 2
1 podwójne łóżko, 1 pojedyncze łóżko
Sypialnia 3
1 podwójne łóżko, 2 pojedyncze łóżka
Sypialnia 4
1 średnie łóżko, 3 pojedyncze łóżka
Sypialnia 5
1 podwójne łóżko
Sypialnia 6
1 podwójne łóżko, 2 pojedyncze łóżka
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1 podwójne łóżko
Sypialnia 8
1 podwójne łóżko
Sypialnia 9
1 podwójne łóżko, 1 pojedyncze łóżko
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1 podwójne łóżko, 1 pojedyncze łóżko
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1 podwójne łóżko, 1 pojedyncze łóżko
Sypialnia 12
1 podwójne łóżko, 1 pojedyncze łóżko

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Lyndhurst, Anglia, Wielka Brytania

Large New Forest Cottages are the perfect place to relax, unwind and recharge your batteries at any time of year – Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter. We are in a remarkable corner of the English countryside set aside as a special place more than nine centuries ago by William the Conqueror. New Forest ponies can be found wandering freely in the Forest and its surrounds, including some of our New Forest Cottages, and have done so for many years.

The landscape is unique and traditions exist here that are unchanged since mediaeval times. Over the centuries too many places have changed almost beyond recognition yet the New Forest’s ancient woodlands and wilderness heath remains largely intact, earning the area national and international status.

This most English of forests continues to be a living and working community where ponies and cattle still have right of way as they freely graze the land. Deeper in the forest wild deer browse beneath canopies of mighty oak and beech – natural scenes unchanged by the modern world.
It is remarkable that this way of life has survived as a remnant of ancient England along with the unmistakable landscape it created, when so much of our heritage has been lost elsewhere.

The New Forest was created by King William I in 1079, just 13 years after the Battle of Hastings. This was the land of earlier Jutish settlers known as Ytene. For William, it was ideal for a new hunting ground, a poor, thinly populated district of furzey waste and ancient woodland covering over 200 square miles, yet close to his royal capital of Winchester.

In Norman times, the word ‘forest’ had dark overtones, signifying a land ruled without quarter by kings who jealously guarded their right to hunt unhindered by the petty concerns of local people. To these poor folk, the forest law was brutal. They could not protect their crops with fences or hedges. They could not take timber for their houses. They could not catch game for their pots. The penalty was mutilation or death. But it was grudgingly conceded that they had to live on something, and to this end they were allowed to graze livestock on the forest wastes. This right survives 900 years later as animals owned by local people still roam across the forest.

Their grazing has created and maintained the landscape that is such a well-loved part of our national heritage. Without constant browsing, the forest would soon disappear under heavy scrub and the wide open spaces would be no more. The New Forest with its wonderfully rich collection of plants, birds and insects is now a national nature reserve. It is unique in this country for its sense of freedom. With the exception of the timber inclosures, no boundaries separate one habitat from another. Wild antiquity has determined this rich mosaic of ancient woodlands, windswept heaths, wet valley mires and fertile streamside lawns.

An intriguing paradox, this ancient forest, now managed by the Forestry Commission, changes but little each century yet is always on the move, forever advancing and decaying through a timeless ebb and flow of nature.

As we enter the New Forest today, we appear to step backwards in time. The landscape is unique and traditions exist here that are unchanged since mediaeval times. The New Forest’s ancient woodlands and wilderness heaths remain largely intact, earning the area national and international status.
Large New Forest Cottages are the perfect place to relax, unwind and recharge your batteries at any time of year – Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter. We are in a remarkable corner of the English countryside set…

Gospodarzem jest The Old Stables, New Forest

Z nami od: listopad 2016
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