What better way to get close to nature and lose yourself in the stunning landscapes of the New Forest and Cornwall than to experience a holiday in the woods with Hoburne.
Immerse yourself in the serenity of nature and find a little bit of peace at Hoburne Bashley. Explore the beauty of Hampshire where you can discover the beauty of the New Forest, by foot, bicycle or hoof! With acres of natural woodland and plenty of walking trials for you to explore, you can create your own family adventures in the forest at Hoburne Bashley.
If you fancy a stroll and a bite to eat, the stunning Georgian market town on the western bank of Lymington River is the perfect answer.
In the heart of the New Forest, Beaulieu National Motor Museum is home to over 250 vehicles, each telling the history of motoring. Ride on the high level Monorail or climb aboard the replica 1912 open top London bus for a fun way to see Beaulieu's sights
Lose yourself in quaint villages and vast, unspoiled landscapes in 566sq km of beautiful heathlands and majestic ancient forest.
The rolling hills and hidden villages are what makes a holiday at Hoburne Doublebois in Cornwall so special. Take a walk through the wilderness or cycle along a trail tucked in the Cornish woodland, fish in the river or watch the boats come and go at the coastal villages.
With over 1,000 varieties of plants and a magnificent treetop walkway, the Eden Project is the largest indoor rainforest in the world.
Enjoy long walks in one of the South West’s great unspoiled areas, with uninterrupted views across its dramatic landscape.
The seaside town of Looe will keep you entertained all year round whilst still being a working fishing port. Stand on the quayside in the evening and watch the boats return before heading for some scrummy fish and chips in a local restaurant.
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“All of us thoroughly enjoyed every minute of our stay! We will certainly be returning!”
Junelm, September 2015, Trip Advisor, Cotswold Guest