Luxury refurbished one bedroom cottage near the edge of the New Forest National Park
Located on the outskirts of the village of Alderholt near Fordingbridge, Foxhill Farm offers an opportunity for a wonderful stay on the edge of the New Forest on the Dorset/Hampshire border. We have a beautiful one bedroom holiday cottage, converted from an old dairy and our delightful two bedroom barn conversion. Also available is a beautiful 1 bedroom Deluxe Shepherd’s Hut and recently completed dog friendly Luxury Shepherd's Retreat. Both built by a local artisan to the highest standard.
We have a very popular caravan site for Caravan & Motorhome Club members offering five fully serviced hardstanding pitches with a luxury heated shower block with two wet rooms, separate toilets with shaver points as well as a utility room with washing machine, tumble drier and a dish washing up area.
We also have a delightful Grade II* listed historic townhouse/apartment in the old town of Fordingbridge, full of character and offering spacious accommodation for up to six people.
The local area is extremely popular being ideally situated for exploring the New Forest National Park, the award-winning beaches of Bournemouth, the Jurassic coast within easy reach, the medieval city of Salisbury and much more.
With over 20 years' experience in the caravan site and holiday letting business, Foxhill Farm aims to provide high quality accommodation at affordable prices with the desires of the customer being top priority. We are only too willing to help with any special requests, just ask!
Terms and conditions of booking
Deposits are required for short breaks and stays with balance payable 6 weeks before arrival. Late availability bookings must be paid for in full. Payment can be made either by debit/credit card, cheque or BACS bank transfer. All deposits are non-refundable and cancellation monies can be refunded on discretion if dates are re-let.
Dogs (charged at £10.00 per stay) are very welcome providing they do not go into the bedrooms or on the furniture. They must not be left unattended in the property and be kept on lead while walking on site.