Waterfront House, built on the site where Sir Christopher Cockerel developed the Hovercraft, in Hythe on the edge of the New Forest, the property looks onto Southampton Water with its busy shipping lanes.
The house is within a short walk of the towns many facilities including a good range of shops, places for a meal out and also the Victorian Pier. Hop on the little train for a nostalgic trip to the end of the pier where you can catch the ferry to Southampton.
Enjoy a vast array of attractions on the doorstep including the wonderful sights of oyster catchers, tall ships and sailing boats; or tear yourself away from this waterside haven and explore the wider area with its multitude of attractions.
The house was purchased by Marie and Alex from the builder on completion in 1999 and its modern and airy atmosphere makes well liked by many.
We have managed it as a self catering unit for the past 18 years and many of our guests have so appreciated the house and its surroundings that they frequently come back several times over, one lady and her mother having not missed a year since we opened it in 2002.
We personally ensure that the house is made ready for each new set of guests and in this way ensure a good standard of cleanliness and order to the property.
Someone called it “this wonderful house”.
The house accommodates up to 5 people in comfortable surroundings with bed linen and towels provided. There is off road parking for two vehicles (other cars can be parked nearby) and at the rear there is an enclosed patio garden, adjacent to the waterfront.
Centrally heated throughout, the accommodation includes: