Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Book your New Forest 2015 holiday now

What a year it's going to be! January has a real sense of excitement as we all start to put our heads together in order to plan our trips for 2015. And why not book now, with just 1/3 of the holiday to pay upfront! 

But why pick the New Forest?

The New Forest National Park is among the top ten holiday destinations in the UK. Acres and acres of open moorland and heathland stretch across vast landscapes split between deep woodlands rich with a variety of trees and wildlife. The New Forest is famous for its free roaming New Forest ponies, just over 5000 on the National Park this year. Not forgetting other wildlife including donkeys, cattle, and pigs for a limited time at pannage. There are miles and miles of footpaths,
cycle paths and bridleways all waiting to be explored. The New Forest is an enchanting destination for a holiday.

So much to see and do

The New Forest National Park in itself has much to entertain but the area is also home to some award winning attractions including Beaulieu Motor Museum and Peppa Pig World at Paultons Park. Scattered across the New Forest are many fantastic pubs, many of which are very easily linkable with a good walk.  Whatever the season, there is always plenty to see and do.

Where to stay?

New Forest Cottages has over 130 holiday cottages in the area. We have a variety of properties across the villages and towns, perfect for any occasion including romantic retreats, adventure trips, family holidays and get-togethers. Over 50 of our New Forest Holiday Cottages are dog-friendly, and large proportions of our cottages have direct forest access; perfect for exploring. Visit our newly designed website today and start planning your New Forest 2015 holiday now!

Secure your booking now to avoid disappointment on some of the most prestigious holiday cottages in the New Forest.

1 comment:

  1. Well I would book my holiday, but the year on year price rises are ridiculous - especially given inflation is near 0%. Sorry guys, you've lost a customer...