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Magnolia House 18 Pelican Mead House

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 10 sleeps
  •  min stay varies
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Magnolia House 18 Pelican Mead

Excellent 4.5/5 Excellent – based on 11 reviews

  • House
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 10 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Description from owner

Description

Magnolia House BH24 3RG is located in Hightown, a much sought after area of Ringwood. Ringwood has recently been introduced as one of the newest members to the New Forest National Trust. Magnolia House is the perfect retreat for a family holiday, with it's 4 bedrooms, one en-suite, one family bathroom, kitchen, separate dining room, downstairs WC and lounge which leads out to the conservatory which offers views of Hightown Lake. The private and enclosed garden of Magnolia House is the most idyllic setting or base for families that choose the New Forest for their holiday or weekend getaway. Magnolia is set in a quiet cul de sac, there is a bike trailway and farm shop just off Crow Lane. The upstairs of Magnolia House has 4 bedrooms, the master bedroom overlooks the front the property with en-suite shower, wash hand and wc facilities, king-size bed, side tables,wall mounted TV, fitted wardrobes and a bed settee. Bedroom 2 again overlooks the front of the property has a

Magnolia House BH24 3RG is located in Hightown, a much sought after area of Ringwood. Ringwood has recently been introduced as one of the newest members to the New Forest National Trust. Magnolia House is the perfect retreat for a family holiday, with it's 4 bedrooms, one en-suite, one family bathroom, kitchen, separate dining room, downstairs WC and lounge which leads out to the conservatory which offers views of Hightown Lake. The private and enclosed garden of Magnolia House is the most idyllic setting or base for families that choose the New Forest for their holiday or weekend getaway. Magnolia is set in a quiet cul de sac, there is a bike trailway and farm shop just off Crow Lane. The upstairs of Magnolia House has 4 bedrooms, the master bedroom overlooks the front the property with en-suite shower, wash hand and wc facilities, king-size bed, side tables,wall mounted TV, fitted wardrobes and a bed settee. Bedroom 2 again overlooks the front of the property has a double bed, bedside tables and lamps, fitted with mirrored wardrobe and a TV. Bedroom 3 which is situated at the back of the property has the best view of the property overlooking the lake, has twin beds, bedside table and lamps also fitted with mirrored wardrobes. The 4th Bedroom also has views of the Lake is furnished with a set of bunk beds and is situated next to the family bathroom which is furnished with a Victorian roll top bathroom suite. The enclosed private secure garden with its lovely shrubs makes it a safe environment for children. The Lake is a popular destination for the migration of Canadian Geese as well as the Mallard Ducks who nest and are regular visitors and are often seen quacking at the garden fence for their breakfast. Ringwood Fishing club are the host society of the lake and hold regular competitions, a temporary fishing license can be purchased upon request.The local pub The "Elm Tree" a beautifully thatched public house serving the local brewery's beers Ringwood beers & country wines, the food is very good too.Ringwood Town is a 15 mins walk from Magnolia House, like every town there is a market and this is on a Wednesday. 15 mins drive from Ringwood is the beautiful and historical town of Christchurch where you can find the lovely beach of Highcliffe, Hengitsbury Head and Highcliffe Castle. Burley village is 10 mins away or a 20 mins bike ride, famous for Pagan History. There are numerous golf courses scattered in a 10 mile radius. There is so much to see in the area you really will be spoilt for choice.Unfortunately people think that Ringwood is too far a destination to book when they really want to book Bournemouth. ie some houses in the Bournemouth postcode Area could take you approximately 1/2 to 3/4 of an hour sometimes to get into Bournemouth this is simply because of the volume of traffic, whereas Ringwood is never no more than 15 mins.Some must Do's when you visit the area. Visit the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum - an eclectic mix of treasures from around the world including famous paintings and gems collected by the Russell-Cotes family. Do the Pier to Pier walk. Start at either Bournemouth or Boscombe Pier and finish at the other. Enjoy the scenic stroll along the promenade and treat yourself to coffee and cake at one of the many cafes, restaurants or hotels at either end. Enjoy the Orchestra in Bournemouth Gardens as well as the free children's entertainment. The Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) and Pavilion Theatre offer live entertainment across the genres of classical music, rock and pop, musicals, children's shows, comedy, ballet, ice shows and ice skating. With over 40 classes a week, the new Pavilion Dance Centre, at the back of the Pavilion Theatre means you can learn new dance styles each day. Enjoy high tea; the ultimate British tradition! Enjoy tea, sandwiches and cake at one of our many hotels, cafes and restaurants, after your feet need a break from shopping in the many boutiques and department stores. Did you know Bournemouth invented the beach hut back in 1908 and still rents out the oldest in the world? OR hire one of the new funky surf reef 'beach pods', based at Boscombe Beach - the ultimate in style. Get in the water! The sea off Bournemouth beach is perfect for early morning swimming, surf lessons and body boarding. There are plenty of watersports to choose from in Bournemouth and neighbouring Poole - even if you're a beginner! Make a splash - award winning Littledown Centre has great facilities for all the family with a large swimming pool with fun flumes for the kids, swimming lanes for the adults and a baby pool. If you're looking for thrills and rides, then head towards Splashdown at Tower Park. Enjoy a choice of 12 fantastic water flumes, an indoor pool for the little ones and an interactive water play area for under 8s! Take a short drive to Paultons Family Theme Park - Home of Peppa Pig World. Paultons family theme park offers a family day out with over 60 rides and attractions included in the price in Hampshire,

Further details

Our payment terms are :-

£200 deposit is required when booking. Full payment to be received at least 3 weeks prior to arrival.

Payment is acceptable, via BACs or cheque

Cancellations made in good time will be refunded if the property can be refilled

Last minute bookings must be paid via internet banking or cash

Refundable security deposit £200 couples/families or £500 single sex groups

Final balance is due 3 weeks prior to holiday together with the security deposit

Lost keys will be charged at £20.00

We ask you to leave the property in the same pristine condition as when you arrived, please consider our next guests in order to refund the £200.00 refundable security deposit.

Strictly no smoking, except outside of the property.

Check in is normally from 3pm & Departure 11am

Further details indoors

Ground Floor entrance downstairs w.c. Dining room, Fully fitted Kitchen with Granite worktops and backdoor leads into the enclosed garden which leads onto the Lake, fishing available at an additional cost. Cosy Lounge with 42" flatscreen TV/DVD, with fireplace, patio doors leads out to Conservatory leading out onto lawned private garden. Please note that the clothes dryer is not a tumble dryer but a clothes horse.1st Floor Master bedroom with en-suite shower room. 3 further double bedrooms with views of the lake, bathroom with victorian roll top bath. Parking for 2-3 cars.Within a short walk one can enjoy the beauty of the forest and its wildlife, where riding, fishing and golf are all available. Or why not visit Salisbury, Southampton, Bournemouth, Winchester and the south coast with all their attractions.Farm Shop 0.5 miles, pub and restaurant 2 mins strollGas CH, gas, elec, bed linen and towels inc. T/cot. H/chair. DVD, Small DVD Library. Elec oven. M/wave. W/machine. Freezer. Portable BBQ. Parking (3 car). No smoking

Further details outdoors

The nearby Ringwood Leisure Club, situated on Old Parsonage Lane offers Gym facilities, indoor swimming pool, day visitors are welcome on a pay as you enter basis. Nearby Fordingbridge has a lovely outdoor paddling pool for little ones New Forest Waterpark is a great experience, learn to ski for the very beginner.Ringwood Brewery offers daily tours and tasting sessions.In Ringwood you will find all main banks together with Sainsburys and Waitrose supermarkets. There is a large number of local bars and restaurants providing good food and real ales, from quality bar food to A la Carte. Riders will find a choice of local riding stables for riders and cycle hire is also available locally. Sandy Balls Camping and Leisure Centre is a short drive away providing health and fitness facilities. New Forest Water Park is about two miles away, providing water skiing, banana rides and ringos. There is local fishing in Fordingbridge and on the Avon, with a number of fishing tackle and outdoor shops for anglers and walkers. Children can enjoy the New Forest Reptile Centre, Moors Valley country park, Adventure Wonderland, Matchams Go karting and Paultons Park.

Location description from owner

The England region

Hightown(BH24 3RG) is a small suburb of Ringwood an old market town and is based on the very edge of the New Forest, Hampshire/Dorset Borders.Within a short walk one can enjoy the beauty of the forest and its wildlife, where riding, fishing and golf are all available. Or why not visit Salisbury, Southampton, Bournemouth, Winchester and the south coast with all their attractions.

Ringwood

Hightown (BH24 3RG) lies just 3 miles from the popular village of Burley, and boasts a peaceful setting where ponies and donkeys gather.The surrounding area is a haven for cycling, walking and horse riding. Ringwood is a bustling market town, with a number of handsome Georgian buildings lining its high street; the oldest part of the town lies by the peacefully flowing Hampshire Avon. Within 5 mins Walk of Magnolia House is "Liberty's Owl, Raptor and Reptile Centre" Crow Lane, Ringwood BH24 3EA http://www.libertyscentre.co.uk A bustling meeting hotspot for winged feather friends, this thriving multi-species centre holds one of the largest collections of birds of prey in the New Forest area. Caring for over 140 species of owls, falcons and hawks amongst many others, the centre also displays creatures with more scales than an advanced music book. Snakes, reptiles and wizard lizards are all part of the menagerie. Featuring some of the largest and most magnificent members of the ornithological family, including owls from South Asia and Southern Africa. Witness their winged wonder as they soar through the sky, and there may even be an opportunity to see adorable baby owls, depending on the season. After the session, enjoy access to the rest of the park, where there are bird and reptile shows to entertain as well as the wide range of animals on show.Within a short walk or car drive one can enjoy the beauty of the forest and its wildlife, where riding, fishing and golf are all available. Nearby, Bolderwood, three waymarked paths offer walkers some of the New Forest’s most beautiful scenery, with one walk taking in around 40 different species of trees. For nature lovers, Deer Meadow provides much useful information on the various types of deer that can be found, including red, roe, sika, fallow and muntjac, and the timid creatures can be observed from a platform there.MOORS VALLEY COUNTRY PARK 15 minute drive from the house on the A338 Moors Valley covers 750 acres in the Valley of the Moors River. At the heart of the park is the Visitor Centre, an 18th century timber barn, which houses Seasons Restaurant ,Just a few minutes walk from the Visitor Centre is the Adventure Play Area for older children and a special Castle and Sand Area for toddlers. From the play areas we cross the picnic area to the picturesque Moors Lake alongside which runs the narrow-gauge steam railway that will take you on a mile long journey through the park.Or why not visit Salisbury, Southampton, Bournemouth, Winchester and the south coast with all their attractions.Bournemouth, with its clean sandy beaches, parks and gardens lies 12 miles distant, whilst Highcliffe and Friars Cliff beaches and fantastic sailing at Mudeford are all within 8 miles. Lymington is easily accessible and trips to the Isle of Wight can be taken. Lymington itself is a pretty busy seaside town with an attractive harbour, cobbled streets and Georgian houses. There are many local places of interest for the family to enjoy, including Marwell Zoological Park, The New Forest Otter and Owl Wildlife Park or a day out at Beaulieu Motor Museum. Further afield, but worth a trip, are Monkey World and the Tank Museum near Wool. Southampton, with its maritime history and West Quay shopping centre, the Blue Flag beaches of Hayling Island and Bournemouth, and Sandbanks at Poole, are all within an easy drive.Farm Shop 0.5 miles, pub just 2 mins stroll to the lovely thatched Elm Tree Public House selling local brews.

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Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 9 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car essential
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • 2 Cots available
  • High chair available

Bed & bathroom

  • 1 Super King Beds, 1 Double Bed, 1 Sofa Bed, 2 Bunk Beds, 2 Single Beds, 2 Cots available
  • 1 Family bathroom, 1 En suite, 1 Toilet Only

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron
  • High chair available
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Secure parking
  • Accessible for wheelchair users — please contact the owner for details before booking

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Smoking
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About the owner

Carol T
Response rate:
95%
Calendar updated:
10 Jul 2016
Years listed:
7
Based in:
United Kingdom

Languages spoken: English


This House has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and sleeps 10. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 17 Mar 2011. Located in New Forest National Park Hampshire, it has 11 reviews with an overall rating of 4.5. The average weekly rate varies from £800 to £1390.

The Owner has a response rate of 95% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 10 Jul 2016.

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“Delightful House and so child friendly, great location.”

Reviewed 29 May 2013

We are 2 families with small children, Magnolia House was just superb, luckily we had some nice sun shine whilst there so were able to BBQ, the garden is so private and enclosed for the children, there were no worries at all. There is brand spanking new rattan garden furniture. The accommodation and beds were so comfortable, the house is tastefully decorated, we loved the large dining table so much room for all of us to sit down together. The downstairs loo such a plus with little ones, 3rd & 4th bedrooms has such a beautiful view of the lake. Carol was so helpful from our very first enquiry, she welcomed us, she ensured if we needed her she was only a phone call away, luckily we didn't need her as there was absolutely everything in the house that we needed. There was a 2nd fridge in the dining room which was a great plus. The location of the property was great especially as we were planning to take the children to Peppa Pig at Romsey, Moors Valley Country Park is a great find, the Elm Tree Pub, great food and only a 2 mins walk away. There is a book at the house 100 places to take your children, very helpful. Bournemouth is a 10-15 mins drive away. Absolutely superb location, I would recommend this property.

“Excellant base to explore the New Forest and surrounding area”

Reviewed 18 Jan 2013

We arrived at end Dec 12 and Stayed until after the new year. the house was perfect for us allowing plenty of room for us all (6 adults and 4 children). The bedrooms were all spacious and the house was equipped very well. The only thing that would have been beneficial would be a shower over the bath in the family bathroom but we managed ok without. The house is in an excellant location to explore the New Forest and is not far from Bournemouth and Christchurch. The owner Carol was very welcoming and sorted out any queries we might have. We would definately stop again!

“Outstanding accommodation at affordable price”

Reviewed 9 Jan 2013

I was staying with a party of 8-people - the house was ideally located 20-minutes to Southampton 15-minutes to Bournemouth All you needed to bring along with you was your toothbrush! Everything that Carol advertised was at the house - it was truly too good to be true! I dId mention in jest that all that was missing was a slow cooker - to my amazement it turned up the following day! A great local pub "The Elm Tree" was only a 2-minute walk away which serves the best Pub Grub I have ever tasted - so a word to fellow guests it may be wise to book a table as is busy with locals every night. The house was so smart clean and modern - I would really recommend this property due to the implacable service and standards - happy holidays to you all you won't be disappointed!

Thank you so much for your great comments, really appreciated.

“excellent family accomadation for all ages”

Reviewed 22 Aug 2011

We arrived to a lovely welcome from carol,after good communiction through the booking process.For us the accommadation was an ideal location.Everyday Shops are not near by but this was no problem for us as we were never in picked up as we went about in the day.Did have Tesco delivery for main items on the Saturday though!Plenty of storage space and a good size fridge/freezer.Location fantastic for varied days out,beach of Southbourne we enjoyed and only 20 mins away,it has lots of amenities.If you want an overall tour of New Forest for all.go buy bus.Really good service goes from Ringwood cost us £48 for 9 of us for the day.Does go from just down the lane also. House was lovely and spacious,and we felt very well stocked,especially the kitchen.Garden a sun trap,and large enough for a toddler to feel freedom,this overlooks a lake.Dining room sat 8 adults and a highchair each evening comfortably. Bedrooms were spacious and beds although hard were in good condition.Plenty of hanging space in the wardrobes.Family bathroom was of good size,although wooden floorboards uncomfortable on the feet.would like to have had bathmat,shaving mirror and blind. Lovely to have towels provided. Younger members did walk to the local pub "THE ELMS" and found it very friendly. Thats all the good points now just a few niggles to mention. The decoration.The painting was done in a hurry,and paint splashes were on all wooden surfaces.Call us picky but having a painter and decorator with us didn't help!As the rest of the house was to such a high standard it was annoying.But can easily be put right.Ufortunatly and NOT THE OWNERS FAULT I also have to warn you that the lake is to look at from afar,and even if the garden does have a gate on to the footpath don't venture!A very aggressivly mannered jobsworth was very fast to point out the mistake of those that did,and even with a child present,was the nastiest person those present had ever come across.Such a shame!! Would he put us off coming again not likely,wouldn't give him the satisfaction as rest of holiday was made by the location of property!

“perfect location great to explore the new forest and area”

Reviewed 15 Aug 2011

great location to explore the new forest area, house was modern and clean with all large well equiped kitchen , bedrooms great size for all 9 of us , parking for 2 cars , great base for exploring around the area which we took full advantage of , the evening stroll to the local pub the elms was a delight and the food was excellent . The only down side was the garden table was not big enough for us all to sit outside and enjoy our meal , and no bbq (maybe we didnt look hard enough ) , the garden was popular with the children , but this was the only area we felt a little more thought for the size of the property . .

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