Squirrels New Forest Self Catering

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Autumn walk to Everton village


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For all enquiries and reservations please email using link below or telephone 01590 681863/07813 614424.
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You can also write to us at:-

Jane Pickance, 
"Beechwood House", Broadmead, 
off Silver Street, 
Sway, Lymington, 
Hampshire, 
SO41 6DH

How to find us:-

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Directions:- 
A337 through Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst to the outskirts of Lymington (ignore signs to Sway). Over 2 mini roundabouts and turn next right into Sway Road just prior to the Toll House Inn. After Wheel Inn name changes to Silver Street. Go past Gordleton Mill Inn over bridge then 250 Yds and turn left into private road marked Footpath & Bridleway - opposite Broadmead Cottages Bus Stop & Post Box, (2 miles from A337 turn off). At green name board turn right, Beechwood House is the 4th house on left, Squirrels is the annexe. 
  

      

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Local Area:-

  • Lymington is a busy, attractive Georgian market town 2 miles away with an abundance of shops, restaurants, coffee houses and pubs.
    There is a traditional street market every Saturday throughout the year.
    The town is a yachting centre with a large marina and stunning views of the Isle of Wight and the Solent along the coastal paths. 
    There is a car ferry to Isle of Wight from here and also fishing and sight-seeing trips from the Old Town Quay.
      

  • Milford-on-Sea and Keyhaven are about 4 miles away along the coast and also on the South-Western Coastal Path, a popular spot for walkers. Milford-On-Sea is an attractive village with good cafes, pubs and several clean shingle beaches. Keyhaven is famous for its sea wall walk which is approximately 5 miles and takes about 1.5hrs. Hurst Castle stands at the end of this shingle spit with a museum and cafe.
    A popular bird-watching area with the Nature Reserve. There are great views of the Needles off the western end of the Isle of Wight across the Solent.
     

  • Locally there are several Riding Stables that offer hacks around the New Forest. There are also good golf courses not too far away at Walhampton, Brockenhurst, Burley and Highcliffe. Fishing is available at the nearby Hordle Lakes.For other activities, try the following website for ideas http://newforestactivities.co.uk/ 
      

  • The long sandy beaches of Christchurch, Highcliffe and Bournemouth are within easy reach for a day out.
     

  • Hire a bike and explore the beauty of the New Forest. The nearest bike hire is in Brockenhurst, about 4 miles from here. Tel 01590-624204 for details. There is bike storage available at the house which is situated just off a bridleway and a popular cycle route.
     

  • There are many beautiful walks around the New Forest, with Wilverly Inclosure, Whitefield Moor, Longslade View and many more to explore. All are within a short distance of here. Or you may choose to walk along the local footpaths enjoying the quiet rural area. There is a 4-star hotel and restaurant 10 minutes walk down the lane or a good pub and village shop within walking distance along the wooded footpath in Everton.
     

  • Southampton, with the famous West Quay mall, lies to the East and Bournemouth with its beaches and International Centre to the West, both are approximately 15 miles away. Both towns have cinemas, bowling and numerous bars and resturants. 
      

  • There are many other places to visit within an hour's drive including the Beaulieu Motor Museum & Abbey, Exbury Gardens , The New Forest Museum, Moors Valley Country Park and Mottisfont.