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New Forest. Where to Stay?

18th January 2021

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Pictures; from top left, clockwise: MGB Roadster at Careys Manor, Triumph TR6 at Master Builders, Mini Cooper at Balmer Lawn and our MGB GT at Woodlands in the New Forest

We feature Milford on Sea, attractive small town setting and market square, with magnificent views of the Solent and Isle of Wight. All within easy reach of the beach and Forest. Broadening the appeal for those who enjoy self catering holidays and closeness to the outdoor life, Milford benefits from the location of the Shorefield Country Park and the Lytton Lawn Touring Park close by with options for camping, caravanning or luxury lodges and everything in between. Ideal for the whole family or a tranquil out of season escape for two with a huge range of amenities and activities available.

Note: Shorefield Camping and Touring Parks also include the Swanage Coastal Park, Dorset; Forest Edge Holiday Park, Ringwood, Hants.; Oakdene Forest Park, Ringwood and Merley Court Holiday Park, Wimborne, Dorset. For further information go to www.shorefield.co.uk

Milford on Sea also benefits from David Wykes Verveine Fishmarket Restaurant in the High Street. David is a celebrated Hampshire chef. Few places can compete with the fish and seafood on offer all expertly prepared and served by David and his team.  www.verveine.co.uk/welcome.html This place is a gem and well worth a visit.

In the New Forest and surrounding area we are patrons of four hotels which combine accommodation with fine dining and highly recommend each one:

Limewood Hotel and Hartnett Holder & Co Restaurant, Lyndhurst
Captains Club Hotel, Christchurch
Stanwell House Hotel, Lymington
Montagu Arms Hotel and Terrace Restaurant, Beaulieu

Worthy of note is the less formal atmosphere The Snakecatcher Pub, Brokenhurst for a pie and a pint and the highly rated among the locals Merrits Coffee Lounge, Ashhurst Bridge, "hidden" among the shops in the shopping arcade.

Closer to home, The Pilgrim Inn, Marchwood offers an excellent range of ales, a tasty pub menu and first class accommodation.

We also toured the New Forest area and selected a number of hotels providing a range of accommodation to cater for all pockets, tastes and interests:

Spot in the Woods, Woodlands Netley Marsh
Woodlands Lodge, Woodlands, Netley Marsh
The Retreat New Forest, Lyndhurst Road, Hinton
Burley Manor Hotel, Burley
Moorhill House Hotel, Burley
Careys Manor & Senspa, Brockenhurst
Balmer Lawn Hotel, Brockenhurst
Ormonde House Hotel, Lyndhurst
The Master Builder's Hotel, Beaulieu

For more detailed information visit each hotel via the Links page. All provide the perfect base to tour the New Forest and surrounding area in an Icon Classic Car.

Have you heard? The "Go New Forest" initiative, set up and run by the New Forest District Council to promote business in the New Forest area, offers special terms to those residents or tourists who buy the GNF discount card for £10. It represents extraordinary value for money and includes special offers from Icon Classic Car and many of the establishments mentioned above! Go to www.gonewforest.com for more information and plan your weekend to take advantage of the exclusive offers available. Guaranteed to put a smile on your face!

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