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Lyndhurst

Take a trip to Lyndhurst, and you’ll be treading in the footsteps of Royalty. Lyndhurst occupies a fairly central location in the New Forest, and has long been dubbed the capital of the National Park. This title was given by William The Conqueror, who used the area as a hunting ground from 1709 onwards, and […]

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Lymington

Not all traditions and trends survive the test of time, but records of sea water bathing in this area of the New Forest date back to the late 18th century, and have continued through to the present day. The current Lymington Sea Water Baths have been welcoming visitors since 1833, and they still prove a […]

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Brockenhurst

Take a trip to Brockenhurst and you’ll be spending time with the friendly neighbourhood ponies and donkeys, which roam one of the largest villages in the New Forest. Look out for a medieval church, cottages dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries, and a good number of Edwardian and Victorian villas. There are 20 […]

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Burley

Burley is located in the heart of the New Forest, and is one of a number of traditional villages you can find in the area. Visitors are drawn to Burley because of its location, in the midst of heathland and woodland. Livestock and ponies are also a common site in Burley, especially along the ancient […]

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Things To Do

Things to do in the New Forest It doesn’t matter if you are on a day trip, short break, or a longer holiday, there is no shortage of things to do in the New Forest. From museums and historic houses, to theme parks, outdoor activities and many outstanding attractions in between. Here are some ideas […]

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