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Vinegar Hill

Milford on Sea, Hampshire

  • 12 + 4 babies
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Close to Coast
  • Family Friendly
  • Child Friendly

Big and arty, this spacious family friendly holiday home in Milford on Sea is the perfect summer holiday find. The area is quiet and private but just 10 minutes walk from the bustling foodie heaven village and local beach too!

The open kitchen/dining room is spacious and great for a home eating, this extends out to the sunny south facing garden too. The bedrooms are spread across the main house (2 doubles, 1 twin and a single) with an additional 2 double rooms (one with an additional single bed) both with bathrooms, one of which has its own separate entrance – great for those wanting a bit of quiet (one is also downstairs with its own private sitting room).

The garden is sizeable with a generous lawn plus there is a playhouse, climbing frame and wooded area for many an adventure. Chickens live in the garden here too.

Milford on Sea is a great location with much to offer for all the family and over the summer the local village green is usually booked for fayres and mini festivals to enjoy!

Family

Two bedrooms are suitable for small travel cots. The garden is not fully enclosed but the fencing is good enough to keep under 5’s in. There are plenty of toys and boardgames here. We provide 1 travel cot, 1 high chair.

There are sandy beaches that are uncovered at low tide clearly visible from where the Hurst Castle joins the land. Otherwise the shingly beaches at Milford are a 10 minute walk from the house.

Best for…

Big, informal, multi-generational family gatherings where everyone spills over to the kitchen table, the kids go wild in the garden and everyone walks to the beach for picnics.

Accessibility

The spiral staircase to the loft bedroom is steep and outside. There is a good downstairs bedroom and bathroom here.

So if you are organising a group with less mobile people then read our ideas (and tested excursions) here in our blog ‘Holidaying with less mobile folk? Here’s where to go, what to do!’

And if you are organising a celebration for those in their 60’s + please visit our blog post ‘Four easy ideas for memorable 60th, 70th & 80th birthdays’

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What makes this special...

We love it here because the beach is so close – look out for the sand bar that appears during low tide and creates a warm lagoon for frolicking in the shallow waters. It’s really fabulous. Or simply walk along the shores to either Barton on Sea to the West along the cliff path or East towards Hurst Spit and Keyhaven.

Access to great foodie places is so easy here, and all possible on foot – Milford on Sea is renowned for food, whatever your fancy.

The garden here is enclosed with a wooden play house, a spacious lawn area for family games and even a wooded area – great for making dens!

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Sleeping...

  • Bedroom 1 : Double bed with ensuite shower room
  • Bedroom 2 : Twin
  • Bedroom 3 : Double or single
  • Bedroom 4 : Single bunk
  • Bedroom 5 : Double & single bed with ensuite (Garden Room)
  • Bedroom 6 : Double bed with ensuite (Hayloft)

Bathrooms...

  • One : Family bathroom (downstairs)
  • Two : Ensuite shower room (Bed 1)
  • Three : Ensuite shower over bath (Bed 5)
  • Four : Ensuite shower room (Bed 6)

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  • Garden : Large and enclosed the garden has it all with an al fresco dining area, gas BBQ, a good sized lawn for games, wooden play house and a little wooded area at the back the property (also well fenced). There are chickens living here too.
  • Kitchen : Range cooker / Fridge Freezer / Microwave / Washing machine / Dutch airer / Washing line
  • Mod Cons : Digi box / Bluetooth sound system
  • Keeping Connected : Free WiFi and mobile signal is patchy
  • Parking : Off street for up to 5 cars
  • Pets : No sorry
  • Arrival & Departure : Arrivals from 3.30pm and departures by 10am

What we love

The green at Milford on Sea always has a rotation of fun and interesting events taking pace through the summer and even in the winter! It’s a little hub of activity and foodie heaven with most taste’s being catered for plus your usual village pubs too.

The beach is the main attraction with body boarders, paddle boarders and kayakers along with swimmers taking advantage of this lovely stretch of coastline. Along the top a promenade is bustling with walkers, runners and scooters (kiddie and motorised types) – its a great way to get around for everyone.

Keyhaven is just down the road and protected by Hurst Spit where the Fort sits proudly at the end. For those who prefer walking, make the trip (it’s a 2 mile walk and quite shingly so not fast walking). The castle is run by English Heritage who charge a small fee for entry. It’s worth it. There’s a little cafe and the location is amazing for hide and seek.  You can clearly see The Needles and Isle of Wight from here. Bird life is superb too. Tired legs? You can also get the little Hurst Castle Ferry back to Keyhaven.

Royston Woods is one of the best bluebell woods in the New Forest (pictured) and is 15 minutes drive from the house.

theLocation...

Milford on Sea is a lively and picturesque village just a few miles from the market town of Lymington.  It’s village green is surrounded by great cafe’s, local independent shops, a butchers and a smattering of some really lovely wine bars and restaurants. Just a few minutes walk away is the extensive beach that runs both south to the renowned Hurst Castle (approx a mile and a half) or North (for a very long way!).

The beach is always bustling in the summer months with windsurfers, kite surfers, kayakers and paddle boarders, plus swimmers enjoy the quick swim to the sandbar where groups gather to chat or splash around in the surf.  Nestled just back fro the beach, the nature reserve is worth a walk through. It can be accessed along the stream through the centre of the village and winds up to the back of the houses and gardens. There are a few good rope swings for the young ones along the way. Wellies a must in the winter!

top picksTo do whilst you're here...

  • Hurst Castle
    Hurst Castle

    Jump on the ferry or take a brisk stroll on the 1.5 mile long shingle spit to the famous Hurst Castle where a £1 million renovation is currently taking place to keep it ship shape.

    This place is just the best for hide and seek. The view from the top is superb to the Isle of Wight. Anyone who likes history will love it here. Charles I was imprisoned here. The cafe is excellent. Read our blog for more info on Jason Crane, 3rd generation born here at Hurst. There is a small entry fee. Boat trips are about a fiver for a return trip.

    For holiday events for kids of all ages so check out their website.

  • The Sea Wall Coastal Walk
    The Sea Wall Coastal Walk

    A fantastic walk on fairly level, gravel paths with amazing sea views. Also v good for bird spotting. The total walk is 9 miles but you can make it much shorter. The full walk takes approx’ 2 hours. Lots of cafe’s and pubs on the way. Walk back or jump on the bus!

    It can be windy so make sure you wear suitable clothing!

    For more information visit the trip advisor page.

  • Lymington Sea Water Baths
    Lymington Sea Water Baths

    Open over the summer months, this place is an eccentric joy. The water is cold, so hire a wetsuit or brave it. You can swim or go mad on the 110 metres floating obstacle course (bit like Top Gear on water) – perfect for teens. There is also a smaller splash pool and sand pit for little kids. Good changing room options and fabulous ice cream too. Charges are very reasonable.

    Remember, New Forest Escapees receive one free coffee for each group from the kiosk too!

    For opening time and entry charges visit their website.

We're local, and if you have questions,
need ideas or want advice
we're on hand to help...

Call us on +44 (0) 1590 462005

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Vinegar Hill

Milford on Sea, Hampshire

Big and arty, this spacious family friendly holiday home in Milford on Sea is the perfect summer holiday find. The area is quiet and private but just 10 minutes walk from the bustling foodie heaven village and local beach too!

The open kitchen/dining room is spacious and great for a home eating, this extends out to the sunny south facing garden too. The bedrooms are spread across the main house (2 doubles, 1 twin and a single) with an additional 2 double rooms (one with an additional single bed) both with bathrooms, one of which has its own separate entrance – great for those wanting a bit of quiet (one is also downstairs with its own private sitting room).

The garden is sizeable with a generous lawn plus there is a playhouse, climbing frame and wooded area for many an adventure. Chickens live in the garden here too.

Milford on Sea is a great location with much to offer for all the family and over the summer the local village green is usually booked for fayres and mini festivals to enjoy!

Family

Two bedrooms are suitable for small travel cots. The garden is not fully enclosed but the fencing is good enough to keep under 5’s in. There are plenty of toys and boardgames here. We provide 1 travel cot, 1 high chair.

There are sandy beaches that are uncovered at low tide clearly visible from where the Hurst Castle joins the land. Otherwise the shingly beaches at Milford are a 10 minute walk from the house.

Best for…

Big, informal, multi-generational family gatherings where everyone spills over to the kitchen table, the kids go wild in the garden and everyone walks to the beach for picnics.

Accessibility

The spiral staircase to the loft bedroom is steep and outside. There is a good downstairs bedroom and bathroom here.

So if you are organising a group with less mobile people then read our ideas (and tested excursions) here in our blog ‘Holidaying with less mobile folk? Here’s where to go, what to do!’

And if you are organising a celebration for those in their 60’s + please visit our blog post ‘Four easy ideas for memorable 60th, 70th & 80th birthdays’

all theEssential details...

Sleeping...

  • Bedroom 1 : Double bed with ensuite shower room
  • Bedroom 2 : Twin
  • Bedroom 3 : Double or single
  • Bedroom 4 : Single bunk
  • Bedroom 5 : Double & single bed with ensuite (Garden Room)
  • Bedroom 6 : Double bed with ensuite (Hayloft)

Bathrooms...

  • One : Family bathroom (downstairs)
  • Two : Ensuite shower room (Bed 1)
  • Three : Ensuite shower over bath (Bed 5)
  • Four : Ensuite shower room (Bed 6)

All the rest...

  • Garden : Large and enclosed the garden has it all with an al fresco dining area, gas BBQ, a good sized lawn for games, wooden play house and a little wooded area at the back the property (also well fenced). There are chickens living here too.
  • Kitchen : Range cooker / Fridge Freezer / Microwave / Washing machine / Dutch airer / Washing line
  • Mod Cons : Digi box / Bluetooth sound system
  • Keeping Connected : Free WiFi and mobile signal is patchy
  • Parking : Off street for up to 5 cars
  • Pets : No sorry
  • Arrival & Departure : Arrivals from 3.30pm and departures by 10am

We're local, and if you have questions,
need ideas or want advice
we're on hand to help...

Call us on +44 (0) 1590 462005