Muddy says: The perfect spot for exploring the New Forest, this Art and Craft house is filled with beautiful architecture and plenty of local character.
The Victorian Arts and Crafts house was designed by Charles Brightiff and visitors will find many stylistic nods to his idol, Charles Rennie Mackintosh dotted around the building – totally setting it apart from your “typical” countryside cottage.
You can choose to stay in the main house or the beautifully restored Gardener’s Cottage, reimagined by local architect Wendy Perring. And, between April and September, there’s the opportunity to stay in Daisybank’s very own Shepherd’s Hut, complete with all mod-cons and that extra bit of privacy.
Each of its en-suite rooms comes with a super cosy King or Superking bed, decadent marble bathrooms, Egyptian Cotton linen and lots of little items made in the Forest itself.