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Welcome to Ivy Roost Cottage Holiday Accommodation

Ivy Roost Cottage is a unique country cottage, dating back 400 years, that has been lovingly restored and recently modernized to provide luxury accommodation for up to 9 people.

The original cob and thatched cottage was granted planning permission to extend but the original part had to retain its original features including low oak beams and inglenook fireplace. The result is a successful architectural blend of old and new with spacious communal areas in the extended part linked to cosy traditional rooms in the original part of the cottage. Situated on a quiet country road in East Boldre in the New Forest, an Area of Outstanding National Beauty, the cottage sits in its own landscaped gardens and has a private roof terrace that looks out with distant views across the open Forest − the perfect place to relax, unwind and recharge.

Ivy Roost Cottage is perfectly located near the Solent (The Isle of Wight ferry is 5 minutes away) and just a few miles from both Lymington town centre and Beaulieu village. The village of East Boldre still has a well stocked friendly village shop, an organic butcher and farm shop and 2 excellent pubs are within easy reach. Ivy Roost Cottage has been extensively renovated with the highest standards of furnishings, fixtures and fittings. It combines quality and style with comfort and luxury. There is ample accommodation and living space to relax in the cottage with three main reception rooms, a large kitchen dining room and four beautifully appointed bedrooms.

Situated on a quiet country road in the New Forest, an Area of Outstanding National Beauty

Our Luxury Cottage holiday let is based in the New Forest. View our gallery images of the property.

Ivy Roost Cottage is a 5 star accredited cottage that provides a wide array of amenities.

Times UK Top 50 Self Catered Cottages

January 19th 2013

The Isle of Wight ferry is 5 minutes away