New Forest Towns and Villages

Bed and Breakfast in the New Forest is very easy to find as there are so many small towns and villages where it can be found. Each town or village has its own unique character, and they all share the charm and personality of the New Forest. There are busy market towns, coastal fishing villages, remote villages and everything in between.

Here’s a nice artilce that explains a little about each of the New Forest Towns and Villages:
http://www.submitarticlesfree.com/travel-and-leisure/destinations/the-towns-and-villages-of-the-new-forest.html. The previous link no longer works, so here’s some information about New Forest Towns and Villages from our site.

If you’d like to visit the New Forest at any time of year, we can offer you a relaxing stay in a New Forest Bed and Breakfast in Lyndhurst. Come on own to the New Forest, its beautiful any time of year.

James Bond, Top Gear and others at Beaulieu

For all car lovers out there, Beaulieu Motor Museum in the New Forest is really a must see.

All year round they have some of the most important cars from the past 100 years, including Bluebird (the car in which Donald Campbell broke the land speed record in 1964), Damon Hill’s Williams-Renault, Del Boy’s Reliant Robin, Rolls Royce Silver Shadow, and many more.

On top of that they are currently showing “World of Top Gear” exhibition for fans of the BBC2 show. This exhibition features almost all of the cars featured in the show’s many challenges including the Reliant Rocket, home-made stretch Limos, the ski-jumping Olympic Mini, and amphibious cars. More info about World of Top Gear on Beaulieu web site.

If that’s not enough, they are also running the Jame Bond Experience, featuring the famous Lotus submarine car, Aston Martin Volante from The Living Daylights, and the Jaguar XKR Roadster used in Die Another Day. More info about James Bond Experience.

Residents Welcome ‘New’ Park Plan

It seems that the New Forest National Park Authority is listening to New Forest residents. They had previously proposed some rather daft changes and hopefully they now see the error of their ways! Here is some more information about this on the BBC web site:

Residents welcome 'new' park plan via Google Alerts – "new forest" by BBC News on 9/3/09

BBC News

By Eleanor Williams
Campaigners and residents have welcomed plans by the New Forest National Park Authority (NPA) to revise its much criticised draft