New Forest family adventure

The New Forest is one of the best locations for family friendly adventures in the UK. Stretching over 150,000 acres, which includes a beautiful coastline, this destination is ideal for families looking for an outdoor adventure. There are also plenty of wonderful towns and villages in the area. If they are looking for a comfortable, welcoming bed and breakfast Lymington visitors should head to Harvest House.

One of the biggest highlights of this area is the fact it is home to such a diverse array of wildlife. Most notable are the New Forest ponies but you can also see pigs, sheep, cattle, and deer all running wild. There is always a high chance to see the animals along the road when entering the national park and driving around the lovely roads; remember to be careful.

For all the family there are many New Forest activities to enjoy. There’s a 90 minute canoe tour on the beautiful Beaulieu River where guides will show you exactly what to do and point out all the local wildlife. If you’re lucky, you might even spot some jellyfish!

If you prefer to stay dry, there’s also a number of hiking, walking, and cycling options. The 90 minute long bike ride from Beaulieu village heading towards Buckler’s Hard is very popular. It is situated along the banks of the river and provides some wonderful sights. You can bring your own bikes or head to one of the local hire shops.

All river, outdoor, and cycling tours are available all year round, so you won’t find it difficult to fit a visit in. Keep you eyes open for special seasonal events too; they can make your experience even more enjoyable. Make sure you check the weather forecast for during your visit too. If it has been particularly wet trails may become very muddy or waterlogged, making walking and cycling more challenging.

Harvest House can help you experience New Forest in its entirety, with many home comforts included. If you wish to stay at a luxurious bed and breakfast Lymington visitors praise very highly, please get in touch with us today.