New Forest

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The New Forest’s unique blend of open heathlands and ancient woodlands, with its rare mix of habitats and wildlife, makes it a very picturesque place to visit. Scattered throughout the New Forest are bustling seaside towns, such as Lymington, with its famous marina, and peaceful historic hamlets, such as Pilley, which has direct access onto the National Park.

About New Forest

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Lymington

A beautiful market town surrounded by outstanding natural beauty; this world renowned sailing resort, retaining the flavour of a Georgian river town, must be one of the loveliest towns in the country.

Brockenhurst

Set in the heart of the New Forest, amid some of the loveliest unspoilt heath and woodland in the area; newcomers are often surprised to find themselves walking along village streets with ponies, cattle or donkeys!

Lyndhurst

Meaning “wooded hill growing with lime trees” you may imagine William the Conquerer galloping across the heathland and you are sure to find Alice in this wonderland-the capital town of the New Forest.

Beaulieu

This beautiful and picturesque village is abundant with fantastic things to do and see from the world-renowned National Motor Museum to the spectacular Abbey and gardens.

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Head Office

Toad Hall Cottages

Church Street

Kingsbridge

South Devon

TQ7 1BY

Email: thc@toadhallcottages.co.uk

Call: 01548 20 20 20

Cornwall Office

Toad Hall Cottages

Talland Street

Polperro

Cornwall

PL13 2RE

Email: polperro@toadhallcottages.co.uk

Call: 01503 272303

Dorset Office

Devon & Dorset Cottages

44 Church Street

Lyme Regis

Dorset

DT7 3DA

Email: dorset@toadhallcottages.co.uk

Call: 01297 443550

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