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B and Bs in Fordingbridge

Cottage Crest
Castle Hill
Woodgreen

Fordingbridge
Hampshire

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Cottage Crest is the home of the Cadman family which is reflected in the family antique furniture and pictures which are dotted around the house. There are only three bedrooms to let; two in the main house and one in the Garden Suite. All are beautifully decorated and spacious, all are en-suite with colour TV, tea & coffee service, and command spectacular lovely views of the surrounding country-side.

Cottage Crest is located in the village of Woodgreen which has its own special charm being situated overlooking the River Avon to the West, whilst Eastwards stretches the New Forest. For centuries it has been isolated by its position between river and forest and it still has that atmosphere of a self-supported hamlet, tucked away from the rush of modern life. Within Woodgreen you will find a local pub, shop/post office and of course a cricket pitch!

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Nearest Train Station: Salisbury
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Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Person

Double: 31 - 32
Twin: 31 - 32
Single: 40
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Children Welcome - From 7 years
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No Smoking Rooms
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