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Self-Catering in Fordingbridge

Alderholt Mill , Fordingbridge, Hampshire

Alderholt Mill
Fordingbridge
Hampshire

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Alderholt Mill is a picturesque working Water Mill set in the lovely Dorset countryside, a real escape from the everyday pressures. An ideal spot in which to relax and unwind and a great situation from which to explore not only Dorset but also West Hampshire, Salisbury and the Wiltshire Downs and of course the New Forest. We are in easy reach of the south coast, just a short drive from Bournemouth and Poole.

The Mill is situated on an island formed by the River Allen, a small tributary that joins the River Avon at the nearby town of Fordingbridge. There is a large garden with plenty of water features, a wildlife pond, bog garden, and stream where wildlife abounds. Kingfishers and herons are frequent visitors.

Our holiday cottages have been sympathetically converted to retain their old world features but with all modern facilities. We have 3 self catering flats. 2 ground floor flats each sleeping 2, and one 1st/2nd floor flat sleeping 4/6.

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Number of Units: 6
Unit Type: Apartments
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