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The Dairy

The New Forest
2 guests
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The Dairy

Ringwood
  • 2 guests
  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
  • No pets
  • BBQ
  • Child friendly
  • Allocated parking
  • Garden
  • Ground floor bedroom and bathroom
  • Linen and towels included
  • Outside Space
  • Real fire - Woodburner
  • Television
  • Travel cot
  • Washing facilities
  • Wi-Fi

Converted former farm dairy building in courtyard setting on a working farm on the edge of the New Forest

The Dairy is the perfect holiday cottage for a couple. The vaulted, open plan kitchen and living area is cosy and welcoming with exposed beams to highlight the character of the building. To keep you warm there is a wood burning stove for those cool evenings and there is also full underfloor heating throughout the cottage, so you will be just as comfortable if you stay in the winter months as in the summer. The kitchen is fully equipped with a full sized oven and hob. There’s also a fridge, microwave oven, toaster and kettle. All of the cottages at Upper Kingston Farm have use of on-site laundry facilities if you should need to do any washing during your stay and there is also a freezer in the laundry room for guests to store their frozen food.

There’s a small shower room off the kitchen with shower, basin and WC. The spacious bedroom with double bed also has vaulted ceilings and exposed roof timbers continuing the architectural character of the living area.

Outside there is a garden and courtyard area shared with the other holiday cottages. In the summer evenings it’s a great place to enjoy a barbecue.

Ringwood and beyond

Ringwood is on the western edge of the New Forest with easy access southwards to the coast and northwards to Salisbury. Just south of the town is the Castleman Trailway, an ideal walking and cycling route that follows 16 miles of the former Southampton to Dorchester railway line. Being a former railway line the gradients are very gentle.

Converted former farm dairy building in courtyard setting on a working farm on the edge of the New Forest

The Dairy is the perfect holiday cottage for a couple. The vaulted, open plan kitchen and living area is cosy and welcoming with exposed beams to highlight the character of the building. To keep you warm there is a wood burning stove for those cool evenings and there is also full underfloor heating throughout the cottage, so you will be just as comfortable if you stay in the winter months as in the summer. The kitchen is fully equipped with a full sized oven and hob. There’s also a fridge, microwave oven, toaster and kettle. All of the cottages at Upper Kingston Farm have use of on-site laundry facilities if you should need to do any washing during your stay and there is also a freezer in the laundry room for guests to store their frozen food.

There’s a small shower room off the kitchen with shower, basin and WC. The spacious bedroom with double bed also has vaulted ceilings and exposed roof timbers continuing the architectural character of the living area.

Outside there is a garden and courtyard area shared with the other holiday cottages. In the summer evenings it’s a great place to enjoy a barbecue.

Ringwood and beyond

Ringwood is on the western edge of the New Forest with easy access southwards to the coast and northwards to Salisbury. Just south of the town is the Castleman Trailway, an ideal walking and cycling route that follows 16 miles of the former Southampton to Dorchester railway line. Being a former railway line the gradients are very gentle.

On the eastern side of the New Forest is the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu. A major celebration of all that the British motoring industry contributed to the world of automobiles since the dawn of the horseless carriage. Beaulieu is not just about cars, the Palace House offers guided tours with costumed guides to make the experience more immersive and there is an exhibition explaining the work of the Special Operations Executive during World War II.

Bournemouth lies to the south west with Poole and its harbour a little further west. Poole Harbour is a World Heritage Site and is probably the largest natural harbour in Europe, internationally important for its resident and migratory wildfowl populations. As well as the wildlife there are all sorts of water based sporting activities available to try, with windsurfing and kitesurfing being particularly popular.

If you venture northwards, Salisbury is easily accessible by car and well worth a visit to see the Cathedral immortalised by John Constable. Just outside Salisbury is Wilton House the home of the Earl of Pembroke and also home to some priceless art works by Van Dyck. The gardens and grounds have an amazing adventure playground which children (and no doubt adults) will love.

Places to Visit

Christchurch and Hengistbury Head

Beaulieu Motor Museum and Palace House

New Forest Activities for canoeing, kayaking and cycle hire

Poole Harbour

Bournemouth Aviation Museum

What's On

Southampton Boat Show — September

  • Local shop — Crow Farm Shop 1 ¼ miles
  • Supermarket — Ringwood 2.1 miles
  • Restaurant — Ringwood 2.1 miles
  • Nearest pub — Ringwood 2 miles
  • Rail service — Hinton Admiral via Brockenhurst to Winchester and London Waterloo
  • Southampton Airport — 23 ½ miles
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