Bell Hatch

Located in Christchurch

Bell Hatch is a luxury semi-detached cottage on the Hampshire/Dorset border conveniently located to explore the New Forest and Jurassic Coast.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Pet Friendly: No

Description

New for 2021

Bell Hatch is one of three recently renovated semi-detached holiday cottages in the New Forest village of Sopley. Set on one level, it is the largest of the cottages, which are located just off a peaceful lane next to the church and overlooking paddocks. The cottage is beautifully finished, has underfloor heating and vaulted ceilings throughout and is perfect for a family or two couples. It is also suitable for the less mobile, with an access ramp to the front door and wider internal doorways.

The open plan living area is at the heart of the cottage, offering a comfortable space to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Both en-suite bedrooms lead from this main living area, and French doors in the master bedroom open out onto the sunny rear courtyard. There is parking on the private driveway and access to the shared laundry and covered bike racks. Bikes can be hired locally.

Situated on the edge of the New Forest National Park, the cottage is well placed both for exploring the Forest, and the coast, with the beautiful sandy Avon beach and Christchurch Harbour just a 10-minute drive away.  A short stroll down the lane takes you to the local village pub. The Avon Valley footpath runs from Christchurch to Salisbury and passes through Sopley.

Features

Garden
Ground floor bedroom
Ground floor facilities
Near a Pub
Off road parking
TV
Washing machine
WiFi

Location

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Area Details

Christchurch

Christchurch lies between the beautiful New Forest National Park and Bournemouth. Visit the area for the beaches which extend for four miles and are beautiful golden sand. The nearby villages of Highcliffe and Mudeford offer fantastic opportunities for crab fishing. Highcliffe Beach and Friars Cliffe are safe for swimming. The town has an array of shops in the pedestrianized Saxon square as well as a weekly market. Christchurch has a variety of cafes and pubs around the Quay, relax and soak up the tranquil atmosphere. Christchurch plays host to the Food and Wine Festival in May and has over 100 stalls. Join the atmosphere of the Music Festival on the first weekend of July. Catch the Annual Regatta held on the second week of August which ends with a superb fireworks display.

Activities and Attraction

Take a boat to the vast Nature reserve of Brownsea Island owned by the National Trust. Try Watermans Adventure Park catering for different age groups. Or, for family fun then Christchurch Quay and Splash Park cater for all ages. Adventure Wonderland is a great park catering to younger children. We have visited several times and it always goes down well and we stay until closing! Christchurch and Highcliffe Castle are a must for history lovers with Highcliffe Castle having a cafe to relax in after your tour.

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