Pilley is a village on the southern edge of the New Forest. It is home to the Boldre War Memorial, from which pleasant views of the outlying heaths and woods can be enjoyed. Pilley is close to Lymington for amenities and coastal attractions and walks, while the village of Boldre also neighbours Pilley. There are a large number of public footpaths and treks in the area around Pilley so you can enjoy the countryside. The village pub, The Fleur de Lys, is the oldest pub in the New Forest, claiming to have served its first beer in 1096.
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