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Passford Farm
Southampton Road
Lymington
Hampshire

SO41 8ND | View map

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Passford Farm is an absolutely beautiful picture postcard 13th century Grade II Listed thatched farmhouse offering a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. The cottage has a warm comfortable breakfast room, where a full English breakfast can be enjoyed. There are 2 inglenook fireplaces, with exposed roof beams throughout the cottage.

The farmhouse has 3 letting rooms, 2 double and 1 family room. Each room is en suite with it own Shower, Sky TV and tea/coffee making facilities are also available in each room. The farm is set in 4 glorious acres, with beautiful gardens and hanging baskets.

There is a medieval brook running through the farm, that can be traced back to the Roman encampment site, Buckland Rings, that is adjacent to the farm. Guests are welcome to relax around a small lake that is stocked with carp. There is ample parking and the Isle of Wight ferry is only 5 minutes away.

A short drive takes you to the tranquillity of the New Forest. The historic town of Lymington, which boasts a yachting marina, restaurants, pubs/inns, is only 1 mile from the farmhouse.

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