There are a wide selection of quality Brockenhurst Bed and Breakfasts (B&B’s) on offer; from friendly family homes, to private converted stable blocks. Whatever you
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Referred to as the gateway to the New Forest, Brockenhurst offers the main network of transport in the area with excellent bus and train links. Neighbouring villages are close by, and London is only an hour and a half away... but don’t just pass through as this picturesque village offers the perfect spot to stop and soak up Forest life!
With a history dating back to the Bronze Age, Brockenhurst remains vastly unchanged, and its healthlands and ancient woodlands can be enjoyed through many walks and cycle trails. Whether exploring by car, foot or bike, be prepared to share the roads and paths with resident ponies, cattle and donkeys who roam freely (and confidently) through the village!
With a real community feel, the High Street showcases the best of local produce including butchers, greengrocers, florists and bakers. From stocking up your picnic basket, to relaxing with a latte, this charming street has a lot to offer.
You can also eat, drink and be merry in Brockenhurst with its great selection of Italian, French and Indian restaurants, and lively locals that serve ‘proper pub grub’ (including the Snakecatcher - namesake and resting spot of the legendary Harry ‘Brusher’ Mills who caught over 30,000 snakes in his time!)
The Parish Church, St. Nicholas is on the SE edge of Brockenhurst on a ridge overlooking the village. Christians have worshipped on the site since AD737. The Domesday Book records the church as being in "Broceste", as the Normans called Brockenhurst, and it is regarded as the oldest church in the Forest. In the churchyard, by the south entrance porch is an ancient Yew Tree, estimated to be well over 1,000 years old.
Sway offers a scenic and tranquil Forest retreat. A favourite spot for cyclists, horse riders and walkers, visitors can escape the hustle and bustle of the busy world to take up New Forest living at its finest. The village has a great range of shops, pubs and restaurants, whilst the local train station means that you can easily explore other nearby towns and attractions (including Brockenhurst and Lymington).Although rolling New Forest heathland surrounds Sway, this quaint escape is also home to a Grade II listed 66m concrete tower. The eccentric Andrew Peterson commissioned this 13 story tower after being inspired by travels to India. Looking a little out of place amongst the lush surroundings, this tower now forms a firm part of Sways story, and is affectionately known as 'Hampshire's finest folly' (legend also has it that Peterson is buried at the bottom of the tower with a glass of whisky in his hand!)
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