A large range of hotel accommodation is on offer in the New Forest. With many different styles to suit the type of holiday you prefer. From luxury hotels with spa facilities to smaller boutique hotels you can find accommodation to suit your style and budget.
Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury.Coco Chanel
The New Forest National Park is one of fourteen National Parks in Britain. The New Forest is almost 219 square miles giving plenty of room for animals and people alike. With lots of open space and forest on offer, the New Forest has become a regular tourist visiting area with many people returning year after year. It is renowned for walkers, dog walkers, horse riders and cyclists along with bird watchers and wildlife enthusiasts. Many of the villages have cycle hire shops and some have horse riding facilities. A selection of maps are available from most places showing routes for walkers and cyclists.
Once you are in the New Forest you can visit lots of attractions. There are wildlife parks, animal farms, local history centres and much more. There are plenty of 'free' activities on offer including a walk along the Tall Trees Trail on Rhinefield Ornamental Drive which is the home to the giant Cedarwood trees. The Deer sanctuary at Bolderwood offers a great viewing point to watch the deer. For some New Forest history visit the Rufus Stone at Stoney Cross which is said to be the spot where King Rufus died. Beaulieu and of course the National Motor Museum is a great day out for petrol heads. You can find local markets most days of the week, see you local tourist office for dates and locations. The New Forest National Park is a wonderful place for your vacation whichever type of hotel or other accommodation you choose.