Forest Markets in the New Forest Those that choose to stay with us are often looking to immerse themselves in the culture of the new forest. Whether it’s through eating locally, admiring the forest’s animal inhabitants, or spending time in the local towns. A great example of local delicacies and …
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We’re lucky to have so many unique and brilliantly playable golf courses in Hampshire. Golf in our county dates back to the mid-19th century, when our neighbour, Bramshaw Golf Club, was founded. We take a look at our favourite golf courses in Hampshire
We’re so lucky to have a world of flavour on our doorstep. The bountiful New Forest provides the freshest, most delicious local produce - the foundation of our dishes at The Bell Inn. The area’s native ingredients are varied, too; from the land, the sea and the air, The New Forest provides exquisite riches for our chefs to prepare.
What’s more quintessentially English than afternoon tea? At The Bell, we’ve explored the very limits of what afternoon tea can be and discovered its ultimate form; simple, sumptuous and satisfying. This is how we make the ultimate afternoon tea.
The New Forest covers an area of 219 square miles - the largest area of naturally occurring vegetation in lowland Britain. There’s so much to explore in this magical forest that even locals find something new every time they take a walk.