Carridene B&b

Bed and Breakfast in Handley, Wiltshire

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Carridene, North Lane

Carridene B&b, Handley

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Carridene extend a warm invitation to join them in their friendly family home, situated in the picturesque village of Nomansland on the northern fringe of the New Forest.Carridene offers peaceful, relaxing and spacious en-suite accommodation with delightful views over the village and surrounding countryside. Situated a 2 minute walk from the New Forest. The Lamb pub and Mirabelles French Restaurant both serve excellent food and are highly recommended - just 3-4 minutes walk from the house.

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From: £65.00

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