The New Forest
Welcome to The New Forest or Nova Foresta as William The Conqueror called his new hunting ground when he requisitioned the area in around 1079. Fast forward over nine hundred years and how on earth have these 145 square miles of unspoilt English Landscape survived intact and where did all these ponies come from.
A locals' guide to New Forest attractions in Beaulieu, Lymington, Brockenhurst and Lyndhurst.
The New Forest has a beautiful and mostly untouched coastline to enjoy. Leave the ponies for a day and dip your toes in the briny.
The New Forest could be described as one large working farm. Each of the animals that roam the open forest has a dedicated role in supporting the unique forest eco system.
Make the most of the free reign you have when exploring the New Forest. Here's our favourite ways to get out and about...
There really are some super historical places of interest in the New Forest to visit during your stay. Here's a few of our favourite to explore.
There's plenty of attractions for children in the New Forest - from Peppa Pig World and Marwell Zoo to Longdown Activity Farm and The New Forest Wildlife Park.