The New Forest
The New Forest National Park was created as an English medieval deer hunting area in 1079 by William the Conquerer, and is still largely in possession of the Crown. It is an extensive, beautiful natural area & is a welcome venue for ramblers, cyclists, campers, dog walkers & horse riders to name but a few. New Forest ponies, cattle, pigs & deer all openly graze throughout the area, which is up to 50 miles wide from the North, down to the coast at Lymington.
Choose from a selection of New Forest Landmarks to visit during your stay.
See our selection of New Forest Holiday Homes to hire.
Find out more about the animals here in the New Forest.
We have 6 wonderful properties in the National Park (and a vw camper van called ‘Jessica’) sleeping from 4 up to 29 (allowing for combinations). We have 2 x 300 year old thatched cottages, one sleeping 12 in the village of Woodgreen and the other sleeping 11 in the village of Hangersley. Our smallest property, Riverside Lodge, which sleeps 4 (up to 6 including the glamping pod) is the most spectacular. It sits on the banks of the Hampshire Avon and is beside it’s own small lake. Three of our properties also have private fishing, stables and paddock, and one can seat up to 22 around a single table which is perfect for those family birthday celebrations. Additionally, we also have a 1979 VW Camper Van called ‘Jessica’ which can be parked at all the properties (except for Riverside Lodge) to provide additional sleeping accommodation.
Visit our news page to see the latest goings on in the New Forest, as well as other areas our Holiday Homes are located for that special rural retreat or family getaway.