The New Forest, now a National Park is recoginised as one of the most unique and important wilderness areas of Western Europe.
It consists of 93,000 acres of woodland, open heaths and grassy lawns which is all that remains of a primeval forest that once covered
Southern England. Commoners still graze their ponies, cattle and donkeys, exercising the Right which goes back at least 900 years to the time
of William the Conqueror. The New Forest is a refuge for a wide variety of flora and fauna including five species of deer and numerous species of rare birds. You are free to explore
this area at your own leisure from any of this accommodation in The New Forest. Please be aware of what not to do also.
To enjoy this unique natural environment, you can find all types of New Forest Accommodation here.
New Forest Accommodation Directory