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Self-Catering in Lyndhurst

Cottages (The), Lyndhurst, Hampshire

Cottages (The)
c/o The Penny Farthing Hotel
Romsey Road

Lyndhurst
Hampshire

SO43 7AA | View map
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Ideally situated in Lyndhurst Village Centre, we have two self-catering units - both have been newly furnished in 1999/2000. They offer all mod cons, central heating and parking by the door! Alice Cottage is a modern two bedroom Cottage situated just behind the Penny Farthing Hotel. One twin bedroom and one triple (double bed and single bed) bedroom.

Duchess Place is a spacious apartment with three bedrooms situated across the road towards the village centre in a quiet close. Laundry provided/no smoking/no dogs/credit cards welcome and held for deposit and guarantee.

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Nearest Train Station: Brockenhurst (4 miles); Southampton (8 miles)
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Ratings/Awards: 3 Star
Number of Units: 2
Unit Type: Cottage and apartment
Price Guide: £495
Nearest Major Town: Lyndhurst
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