Bed and Breakfast, New Forest, B+B

Bridge House
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"Rooms are immaculately kept and breakfast is excellent" - The Times

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Brockenhurst - New Forest

Brockenhurst, the name means “badgers wood”, is set amidst some of the loveliest forestland surroundings and is a much-visited village.

It is here that free roaming ponies; donkeys, cattle, pigs and ducks graze the open heath land and woods, which surround the village.

Getting around is easy, with good roads and intercity rail service. It is situated between Lyndhurst and Lymington via the A337.

Entering the town from the western end into the main shopping street, you have to negotiate the ford or water splash, as it's locally known.

The diversity of pubs, restaurants and shops make this a memorable stop over.



Waters Green Bed and Breakfast


Water Green conservation area comprises the green itself and a range of traditional 18th and 19th century dwellings built within the boundaries of an earlier layout of fields and scattered cottages on the northern edge of Brockenhurst village.

In the centre unfenced Forest lawn with common grazing rights extends from Waters Green north west into the adjacent open Forest area of Black Knowl.

Although only two buildings are listed the mixture of a small cottages, Victorian villas, terraces and semi-detached house along narrow lanes gives the area its very distinctive character.