Little Durns

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£495-1025 per night (minimum stay is 4 nights) as of 9/8/23

Durns is an incredible country stay in Hampshire, that is now available to book at a discounted price for groups of 6 guests or fewer. This gorgeous Georgian farmstead is hidden away in the New Forest and just a short trip from the coast. Relax in the beautiful living areas or head out into the garden and spend the afternoon by the beautifully heated outdoor pool and playing games in the clubhouse! Sleeps 6 🛏️

Set behind an immaculate croquet lawn on its own five-acre estate, this traditional Georgian farmstead has been beautifully renovated.
Inside, you’ll find a thoughtfully furnished interior which celebrates the character of the original building while adding plenty of contemporary luxuries, such as a roll-top bath.
Step outside for a dip in the heated outdoor pool or to relax in the jacuzzi. There’s also an outdoor kitchen with a pizza oven and an outdoor cinema.
Explore the New Forest in the Land Rover Defender provided by Little Durns or on one of the mountain bikes you’ll find in the garage. Organise guided cycling or kayaking tours or book yourself in for an adventure on the estate’s private powerboat.

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