A collection of luxury properties
in select locations across the South
We own a number of high quality properties in Southern England which are available for short lets throughout the year.
Whether it’s for a 3 night break or a longer stay we can cater for your needs. Ranging from a picturesque thatched cottage perfect for exploring the New Forest National Park, to a luxury Georgian town house in the heart of the thriving harbour town of Christchurch, Dorset or a fishing break in Devon, we have the perfect property for you.
Please have a good look around the site at the many and varied properties we offer.
You can also check availability, reviews and prices from the site, and if you prefer, securely book online.
Read all about the benefits of booking directly with us and see how we aim to give you the perfect stay as well as the perfect property.‘Why book with us’
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Download our 2017 brochure here: Short Stay Homes Brochure July 2017.compressed
We’ve chosen our properties carefully to ensure that you have a great time wherever you are staying with us. We own these properties and take pride in their condition and strive to make your stay enjoyable.
“Our last day of a lovely week. Such a perfect setting for dog and baby and adults. Close enough to the shops and the New Forest just down the road. Thank you for the wine and flowers. We hope to come back soon, the house has everything we need + 3 bathrooms – Luxury. Many Thanks – The Bells.”
“The first time for us. Couldn’t believe the fabulous view, utterly mesmerising. The fishing was awesome, never less than 100lb a day, excellent condition and fought harder than I have ever known. All in all a holiday you dream of. The Poolies – Coventry.”