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It is great to see groups of families and friends enjoying weekend stays with us throughout the year, and many return every year. Children love the fact that they are on a farm, and it is usually possible to arrange to feed the animals with our farmers (for a small fee). There is an adventure play area within sight of the accommodation, and the conservatory opens directly onto a large contained grassy garden, perfect for football or badminton games on warm evenings.
The dining area, kitchen and conservatory lie at the heart of the building. Two corridors lead from this hub, each with four family rooms and two twin rooms. Family rooms comprise two sets of bunk beds, with the opportunity to add additional beds. Each wing has shared toilets and showers, and a private, wheelchair accessible toilet/shower.
The conservatory opens onto a large lawn, and beyond that is the adventure playground, so there is plenty of space for everyone to relax and play. You are welcome to wander through the garden too.
Self-catering groups have a large commercial style kitchen at their disposal, or we are happy to recommend local pubs, including two within walking distance, restaurants or takeaways.
|Heathland Wing||Room Type||Woodland Wing|
|Gorse||4/5 Bedded Room||Holly|
|Bracken||4/5 Bedded Room||Ash|
|Heather||4/5 Bedded Room||Oak|
|Moss||4/5 Bedded Room||Beech|
Things to do
We have knowledgeable local partners who are happy to come in and talk on a range of subjects for a fee from commoning to birds of prey. New Forest Activities based in Beaulieu can arrange adventurous activities from archery to canoeing, and we can put you in touch with local stables, so that you can see the New Forest from horseback. With the historic Beaulieu village, the National Motor Museum, Palace House and Gardens and Bucklers’ Hard within walking distance, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Occasionally we have availability for a whole week during the school holidays, but most of our visitors come for weekends.