The New Forest is famous for its unspoilt landscape, which has preserved its wild and natural beauty. The area is also home to a vast array of wildlife, such as deer, ponies, badgers,cattle, sheep, pigs and hedgehogs who live here in their natural environment.
The New Forest is an area of southern England emphatically rural in character, with a rich and varied history. It has been an area of natural beauty since the first forest was planted by King William I in 1079. He brought many royal hunting lodges to the area and built many of them up as his own private estates, encouraging his courtiers to come for hunting parties and thus establishing the area’s popularity through medieval times.
Whether you want to escape the city or explore a natural paradise, there are lots of things to do in the New Forest. Whether you’ve got an hour or a weekend, there’s something for everyone. It really is the Best National Park To Visit and we have the best cottage to stay.