Famous for its association with the 1950s 'white witch' Sybil Leek, and a 16th century smugglers pub, The Queen's Head, Burley isn't short of interesting history for a village so small. Found under a large hill in the west of the New Forest, like many small villages in the National Park wild forest animals like ponies, pigs and sheep stroll about without a care, giving the area an unmistakable charm. Burley is close to some main routes so you can be in Bournemouth or along the Hampshire coast within a short time. A bold contrast of colourful heathlands, mighty oaks, beeches and lofty pines awaits.
Start planning your forest holiday in Burley by browsing our selection of self-catering accommodation above. There's a variety of places to stay to choose from, from cosy holiday lodges to charming family cottages.