Forests & Forest towns

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Lyndhurst

Known as the capital of the New Forest, there are loads of fun things to do in Lyndhurst and a variety of lovely independent shops on the high street. The thenewforest.co.uk is well worth a visit to find out more about any of our forest towns.
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Brockenhurst & Rhinefield ornamental drive

Another beautiful New Forest village, 15mins journey from Burley where you’ll enjoy lovely shops and cafes, beautiful New Forest ponies, cows, donkeys and some times pigs roaming free, and the Rhinefield ornamental drive is well worth a visit and forest walk.
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Bolderwood Deer sanctuary

Bolderwood is situated in the heart of the New Forest along the Ornamental drive. It has a purpose built platform overlooking a large meadow to enable you to see the deer. Feeding takes place every day from April to September between 12.30pm and 2.30pm so if you time it right you will see a herd of fallow deer being fed!
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Holmsley and Wilverly

Holmsley and Wilverly enclosure can be found just a few miles from Burley and you will find walk after walk online by Googling them. Visitors have listed many circular walks, taking in the Holmsley tea rooms, old railway line and enabling you to take in much of the remote forest beauty. Expect to see deer, cows and ponies aplenty.
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Beaulieu & Motor Museum

Whether it’s enjoying a riverside picnic, exploring the charming high street or visiting the incredible motor museum, the village of Beaulieu provides a great day out. The Beaulieu riverpath from the village to Buckler’s Hard is a beautiful two mile walk.
Bucklers hard is a pretty shipbuilding village which is well worth a visit and has a great pub for lunch or a drink.

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