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'We both thoroughly enjoyed our holiday at your beautiful Lace Cottage and loved Lymington as well. We have already told all our friends, family and workmates what a great holiday we had. I have recommended Lace Cottage to them all for its beautiful decor, peace/quiet and perfect location within Lymington. Once again thanks Anne and hopefully we will see you in the not too distant future.' Liz and Paul
'Many thanks for making us feel so welcome. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Silk Cottage - very comfortable and well equipped. Thanks, too, for the washing up bowl for Jasper's daily paw washing routine!' Ian
A unique landscape of 220 sq miles of ancient woodland, heather-covered heath and picturesque villages. It is one of the last places in the south-east of England to offer a sense of wildness and tranquillity. Wonderful for walking, cycling, riding, foraging, picnicking.
A beautiful Georgian town beside the sea and on the southern edge of The New Forest - world renowned as a sailing base. The High Street has many lovely shops, restaurants and a famous Saturday market. It descends to a cobblestone hill leading to the picturesque old quay.
Explores the unique history of Lymington and the New Forest Coast.
Specialize in relaxing sailing experiences on the Solent. You can book a half or whole day trip out on a yacht with lunch or dinner.
A large area of coastal marsh and mudflats supporting internationally important numbers of birds and specialised plants.
Woodland garden on a slope overlooking the Lymington River valley, with rhododendrons, magnolias, camellias, Japanses maples, hydrangeas and other rare shrubs, interplanted with a wide variety of choice woodland and ground cover plants.
Steeped in history with 60 miles of stunning unspoilt scenery and a wealth of attractions, it has something for everyone. From historic sites to natural delights, music festivals and major national events, it is a unique holiday destination.
Which many consider houses the finest collection of fully-restored motorcycles in Europe; many of them extremely rare.
Book activities and find out about all The New Forest has to offer you and your family. This is the one stop shop for having fun and exploring The New Forest...
The world-renowned National Motor Museum at Beaulieu has over 250 vehicles from every motoring era.
A narrow road lined with a mixture of large rhododendrons, azaleas and some very tall trees – notably giant redwoods and douglas firs.
The Countryside Education Trust is a charity aiming to promote and operate courses, activities and facilities which enable children and adults to learn about, understand and care for the countryside.
Small conservation centre where you can potentially see all of Britain’s reptiles in one place: adders, grass snakes, smooth snakes, lizards, frogs and toads are all displayed in their natural environment in separate open air netted pens. No charge.
Conveniently located in the heart of the National Park, here you’ll discover everything you need to know to help you enjoy your trip to the New Forest.
A unique 18th century village where warships for Nelson’s navy were built. Open 10am-5pm every day, except Christmas Day.
Cycle hire, Forest routes, sales, accessories and repairs
The Gardens are a spectacular 200-acre site, world-famous for the Rothschild Collection of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias, rare trees and shrubs.
A purpose-built viewing platform overlooks a large meadow where a herd of fallow deer regularly gather. Keepers feed them at lunchtime April-September. No charge.
A family run farm where you can bottle-feed kid goats and calves, feed ducks and cuddle baby rabbits, guinea pigs, chicks and piglets. There are Kune Kune pigs, pygmy goats, Shire horses, farmyard buildings and loads of indoor and outdoor play areas.
The Rufus Stone has to be one of the strongest reminders of the origins of The New Forest. It marks the spot where King William II (nicknamed Rufus) was fatally wounded by an arrow, during a royal hunt in the Forest in 1100.
25 Scenic acres of ancient woodland with otters, wolves, 12 species of owl, badgers, foxes, deer, polecats, mink, pine martens, Scottish wildcat, lynx, wallaby, wild boar, red squirrels, harvest mice and butterflies.
Has a wide range of birds of prey with daily flying displays indoors or outdoors. Reptile House with snakes, lizards and more.
One of the only tide mills in the world producing flour daily, as it has done for 900 years. It is a water mill that harnesses the power of the tide to grind the wheat.
Offers a great family day out with over 50 different attractions and rides. Thrilling and gentle rides, dinosaurs, museums, animated shows, play areas, exotic birds and other fun activities for all ages in garden setting.
Previously the home of Lord Mountbatten, and now of Lady Brabourne. Various events held in grounds. House undergoing refurbishment until July 2012
Enjoy a peaceful walk or cycle ride through the Forest, ride on an authentic narrow-gauge steam train or go on a high wire adventure swinging through the tree tops at Go Ape.
Has been the Hulse family’s home for nine generations. Set in beautiful parkland, the grandeur and magnificence of the house has changed little over the past 400 years. The Elizabethan Manor House and Countryside Museum are open for visitors from April until the end of September.
The 140-acre park is home to over 250 exotic and endangered species, in beautiful, landscaped surroundings. Get close and play a part in saving them.