Discovering the New Forest

The New Forest National Park is the biggest unenclosed woodland, paddock, moorland and forest in Southern England. It covers up south west Hampshire and broadens into Wiltshire and Dorset.

The New Forest was elected, a site of Specific Scientific Interest in 1971 and established a special position as a New Forest Heritage Area in 1985. Projected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999, it finally became a National Park in 2005.

There is something for everyone in The New Forest, whether you’re looking to unwind, discover or just fun, it is an ideal location for vacation.

A huge range of New Forest accommodation is obtainable from luxury and country house hotels, holiday cottages, bed & breakfasts, camping & caravan sites and Holiday Parks there is something to suit everyone’s finances and style. There is an abundance of places to stay and travel around in in and around The New Forest from award winning gardens and museums to leisure and wildlife parks and farm plus much more.

The New Forest is a retreat for the cyclist, horse rider and walker. There is so much to observe and do in the forest. For the wildlife fanatic especially a walk in the forest will expose all kinds of animals.

For those plainly fascinated by nature, the New Forest grants a home to a captivating range of fauna and flora. The New Forest is now the monopoly for a number of species of birds. The forest plays host to many visitors all through the year. There are many manor houses where you can pamper yourself in lavish ambiance and have the benefit of in-house spa services.

New Forest area comprises much of the last remaining forest and moorland in the entire England. Enjoying it and then staying and relaxing in a bed and breakfast might be the finest way to experience it all. There are many benefits implicated in going on holiday and staying in a New Forest Bed and Breakfast, especially if the area is on strike during the holiday.