Our Neighbourhood

Lyndhurst is dubbed the capital of the new forest. The stag hotel is the perfect place to start an adventure.

We have tonnes of attractions, local businesses and things to do to fill your days. Here are a few we love!

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Beaulieu

Beaulieu is a pretty village with an abundance of historical buildings including the motor museum. For all of those chocolate lovers out there then you must visit the Chocolate Studio. More information can be found about Beaulieu here

Buckler's Hard

Buckler’s Hard is a shipbuilding village and also has the Maritime Museum. Here you can catch a riverboat and enjoy the beautiful riverbanks full of wildlife. If you want to Yacht spot then Lymington is a must. The cobbled streets and Georgian houses are gorgeous for a meander on the way to the St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery. More information can be found about Buckler's Hard on the following link

Brockenhurst

Brockenhurst is often busy with ponies and donkeys that roam free in the high street and because of this you may have to be patient if you want to go into a shop or cross the road. More information can be found on the following link:

Burley

Burley still practices commoning where semi-wild ponies and cattle amble through the village. The village has an association with witchcraft so you will see witchy wonders in the shops. More information can be found on the following link:

Exbury

Exbury gardens and railway is a beautiful place to visit for the whole family with over 200 acres of woodland garden. More information can be found on the following link:

Ashurst

Ashurst is known as the gateway to the New Forest and is the ideal place for either coast or country. Close by you have Longdown dairy farm and also the New Forest Wildlife Park or if reptiles are more your thing then a visit to the reptile centre will be thrilling. If history and buildings are your interests then check out Highcliffe, Calshot or Hurst Castles. That is just a snapshot of the spectacular New Forest. More information can be found on the following link:

Southampton

The historic docks. Why not visit Southampton city centre for a spot of shopping, a historic wall walk or ship spotting. More information can be found on the following link:

Bournemouth

A beach front city just a short drive away which offers a sandy beach, superb shopping as well as an international airport. More information can be found on the following link: