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at a Glance...

  • 6+1 baby
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Forest Retreat
  • Luxury
  • Family Friendly


You can get LAST MINUTE DISCOUNTS here ….

Book within 25 days and get up to 20% off. If there is an offer it will show in the pricing box. Offers for Spring finish 31st March.
If you are unsure please email or call us.

Thinking of staying here? Prepare for a slow down… Wild ponies will wander past, the National Park in it’s leafy glory surrounds you, cows shamble up the village High Street…welcome to Brockwell in Brockenhurst.

The house is an oasis of calm in this already sleepy village. Walk inside and the serene style here will soon unruffle your feathers. It is smooth throughout; a neutral base colours, sleek finishes and considered touches. The garden cabana is a clever design and allows for inside / outside living in style.

It’s the perfect holiday base for exploring, resting and taking some well earned time out.

Whilst set up for adults, families with small babies, or kids will be comfortable here. Kids who are independent will love escaping into the wild to climb trees, get muddy knees or walk a minute to the nearby play park.

Please note, this house is family friendly for babies and for children over 8. Thanks


more about this place...

Please note, this house is family friendly for babies and for children over 8. Thanks

We can’t overstate that life in this particular village is hugely affected by the New Forest wild animals. Based on rights going back for centuries, it is animal access all areas…including the little street this house watches over. Walk to the shops and you’ll meet donkeys begging outside the mini Tesco’s or sleeping on pavements.  Cattle sleep in the middle of the road. Last year, in the house just opposite, a donkey gave birth on their driveway!

This period property is over 200 years old but the the house itself recently had a full make-over by local interior designer company, ‘Willow’ of Lymington. Now the atmosphere is bang on trend; fresh and calm. The new, open-plan kitchen-sitting room is well kitted out. It’s light and bright and stretches from one side of the house to the other. A butler sink, a big mirrored window, Moles Breath paint from Farrow and Ball… the interior designers didn’t miss a beat. You’ll also find a glossy AGA, a gas hob and two electric ovens and a full set of new SMEG appliances. The kitchen table seats 8.

The sitting room area is cosy with deep sofas for 5. It’s built for getting cosy and chatting. Fancy some music? Sonos speakers will give you amazing sound quality – just make sure you’ve got your app and details with you.

Upstairs you’ll find 3 chic bedrooms. The Master bedroom has a smart ensuite shower and can fit a travel cot. There is another double (king size) and a compact twin with singles that can be moved together. The style is modern, genteel and everywhere nods to the forest. We particularly loved a tailored seat of lush green velvet in the main bedroom.

Bathrooms? The family bathroom has a shower over bath with overhead rain head and hand held shower. All sparkles.
From the kitchen there are two big glass doors that open into a cosy, enclosed garden with the ‘cabana’ room that takes centre stage. It’s kitted out with squishy sofa’s to seat 6. Next to it a picnic table and benches to seat 8. The sun hits in the morning and afternoon through the warmer months. In winter anyone wanting a quiet spot for evening chat’s should head to the cabana with rugs and a glass of wine. The trendy festoon lighting is perfect too. The little garden, surrounded by neighbour gardens, is simply planted and softened by climbing clematis and scented plants. There is even astroturf lawn.
In spring 2019 a local carpenter has the job of making a BBQ-kitchen area right under the kitchen window, to allow platters and ingredients to be passed outside. It’s another thoughtful touch from the well-travelled owners who have owned top-of-the-class holiday rental properties before.

Here are our FIVE top things to do locally:

● Forest fun! Play hide and seek in the Forest, escape with a book and find a quiet corner, and
watch wildlife. Foals are born May to June, so there are plenty to spot come summer.
● Bike it! There are superb bicycle trails from the cottage in all directions. If you need to hire bike kit and extras (such as child seats and dog trailers) or need cycling advice – try Cyclexperience in Brockenhurst. Our guests get 10% off, too! We love cycling from here deep into the forest to Bank (3.5 miles away to a good pub). Or there is the fabulous restaurant at The Pig Hotel. Horse lovers will be in their element, you can ride here at the stables locally.
● Just beachy! Sandy ‘Brockenhurst Beach’ on the river near Balmer Lawn Hotel is a short cycle or 15 minute walk away.
This idyllic spot, popular with locals, is a shallow stream ford. It’s perfect and leafy and for toddlers wanting a splash and a paddle.
● Giddy Up! Brockenhurst Riding Stables is in the village and has a great reputation.

Just so you know…

The house is semi-detached and shares garden borders with several other village houses. The road here is a cul-de-sac so there is little traffic. Except for the ponies. They get everywhere. Close the gate!


It is 3 metres from the nearest parking place to the kitchen door, where there is a small step.
Downstairs is all on one level with an easily accessible toilet. There are good bannisters here.

Read our blog here about mobility and days out in the New Forest. 


£180 per night

what makes this special...

We love the walking and exploring from here. Get out and about in any direction and you’ll find wild woods, broad heather-filled pastures and big skies.

Pop back to cafe, The Sett, for best coffee in town (from the coffee-connoisseur owner, that’s quite a tip).

We also love the walk to The Pig from the house. It’s a 45 minutes around the edge of the pretty village. You’ll definitely see all sorts of ponies, cattle and donkeys on the way. Stop for a drink there. They always have space in the bar or the sitting room. Then head off again into the deeper forest circling back to the house at the end. It’s a lovely trip.

Fancy some sea air? Lymington and the coastal walks are a 10 minute drive. The Saturday markets are lovely. You can get there by train too –  9 minutes across the heath.

all the Essential details...


Master Bedroom : King with room for travel cot. Ensuite shower.
Bedroom 2 : King bed
Bedroom 3 : Twin or Super king if made up together


Ensuite : Rain shower.
Family bathroom : Rain shower over bath
WC : Downstairs

All the rest...

Garden : A flat, small garden newly planted and fenced from neighbour gardens. The cabana room is central. Further planting is planned for winter 2018 so that in summer 2019 guests will find an archway between the grassed area and pebbled area by the house.
The garden is all about the cabana room and entertaining simply in style. There is a gas BBQ provided.
There is an outside picnic table which seats 8.
Kitchen : AGA oven and gas hob with two electric ovens. Double Butler sink. Coffee machine. Washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwashing machine, microwave, kettle, toaster and all new SMEG fridge/freezer appliances.
The kitchen table seats 6 and under the wall unit in the sitting room there are two fabric covered stools for extra seating.
Mod Cons : Sonos Speakers are provided for you to link up to from your Sonos App.
Smart TV and selection of SKY channels including Sky Sports, HD channels (but not movies).
You can use the Radio through the Smart TV.
WIFI here is good for the forest (18MBPS download).
Connectivity : WIFI is good.
Parking : The front parking area is laid to gravel. You can fit 2 cars easily. There is plenty of space on the street outside for more cars and it is rarely busy. There are no parking restrictions. The ponies and wild animals will come into the garden unless you close the gates.
Pets : 1 small and well behaved dog allowed please. If you have a larger dog, we may consider it but it will have to stay in it's cage (yours, we don't supply one) in the house.
Other pets by request.
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Arrival & Departure

You can begin your stay on any day except Sundays

Arrive after : 3.30pm

Depart before : 10am

good to know...

Tesco Express in the village centre is 7.5 minutes walk. There is a Sainsbury's Express, a good butcher, baker and independent veg' shop. There are masses of excellent little cafe's and two gift shops. We love Sett.

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don't just take our word for it...

Read real reviews from guests that have stayed with us at Brockwell

We arrived at Brockwell on a cold dark Friday evening feeling tired after a busy work week. Once inside we both felt immediately relaxed. What a gorgeous cottage! The Aga gave that wonderful warm feeling of cosiness and welcome and we felt immediately 'at home’. Uncluttered stylish design…..the look is sort of Soho House does Forest Cottage, very cool but keeping true to the wonderful New Forest influences. Lots of greens and relaxed soft greys etc. We felt as if we were in a luxurious boutique hotel hideaway, so relaxing. Couldn’t fault the attentions to detail…Nespresso machine for all important coffee/Sonos system/Great TV with all the channels/very comfy beds and linens/great bathrooms etc. etc. In the morning we came down to see the lovely garden with fabulous seating area for relaxing with morning coffee. Definitely will be visiting again, after 3 nights there we felt as if we had really chilled out and can’t wait till the next time.

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Sharon B-CNov 2018


10 Tattenham Rd, Brockenhurst SO42 7SA, UK

the location...

Brockenhurst, or ‘Brock’ to the locals, is a sleepy little red brick village in the centre of the new forest. It is encircled entirely by National Park, heathland and ancient forest.

A ford runs through the middle of the village and ponies and donkeys rub their ears on the street lights. You can take a fast train to Waterloo in well under 2 hours.

The high street is well worth a visit to explore the little cafe’s and of course a fantastic butcher, baker and a candlestick seller (very good independent DIY store) no less. The village is central in the lower half of the forest area. You can reach the beach in 12 minutes by car or by 2 hours walk. It’s got a lovely young vibe and during term time the village is full of students from Brock College.