2 Slade Cottages

Type:Bed & Breakfast

2 Slade Cottages, Pilley Street, Pilley, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 5QP

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2 Slade Cottages


2 Slade Cottages is a pretty cottage in the small village of Pilley in the heart of the New Forest, a few minutes drive from Lymington and the coast, and also from Beaulieu village, with it's famous Palace and International Motor Museum. The cottage is about 200 yards from the cattle-grid leading to the open Forest, with many delightful walks and cycle routes. The lovely Fleur de Lys pub, reputedly the oldest in the New Forest, is also about 200 yards away, and The Red Lion Inn, another lovely old country pub, about 20 mins walk or a couple of minutes drive. Both are cosy and attractive with roaring log fires in winter and lovely gardens for summer dining. Parking at the Cottage is in a layby opposite, with a short walk of about 60 yards along a tarmac footpath. Unfortunately, due to the access and to the fact that the room is upstairs, it is not suitable for those with mobility problems. For those who enjoy walking it takes about an hour to walk into Lymington, partly along footpaths, and an hour and a half to Brockenhurst, all on quiet lanes and footpaths. 

Guide Prices

Number of Rooms / Units
Room / Unit TypeRoom / Unit Tariff*
Double ensuite room£35.00 per person per night

*There is one upstairs double en suite room, with a maximum occupancy of two. The price is from £35.00 per head per night double occupancy, including Continental breakfast in your room, with an extra charge of £5 per head if your prefer a cooked breakfast, provided in the dining room or conservatory. Single occupancy is from £50.00, or £55.00 with cooked breakfast. Minimum two nights stay. Please reserve your room directly with the owner by email at aliab@totalise.co.uk or tel. +44 (0)7802 668658.


Map & Directions

Road Directions

Coming from Brockenhurst on the A337, after about 2 miles you will pass the Rosie Lea Restaurant. Take the next turn to the left to Pilley and Boldre. Follow this road down the hill past The Red Lion, over the ancient bridge across Lymington River, up past the Fleur de Lys, and you will find 2 Slade Cottages set back from the road about 200 yards further on on the same side as the pub. Park on the left and walk up the path, which crosses a small stream. The road is so quiet you are more likely to hear horses than cars! 

Public Transport Directions

There is a local bus which passes through the village, but the service is not very regular outside of school term time. It is advisable therefore to arrive with car and/or bicycles! 


  • Other AwardsGo New Forest Member Go New Forest Member 2018

Opening Times

Open Christmas
Open New Year

* I am happy to welcome guests throughout the year, subject to availability, but over Christmas and New Year only Continental breakfast will be available.

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