New Forest Walking Trails
This picturesque national park is the perfect place to explore with your friends and family. It is a haven for cyclists, horse riders and water sport enthusiasts. Come rain or shine there is plenty to do with lots of indoor activities available.
Take A Wander Through These Ancient Lands
If you’re looking for the perfect base from which to explore this stunning part of the world, The Mayflower Inn is a cosy, welcoming pub that is near to many of the sights and landmarks that Bournemouth has to offer.
A Brief Overview Of Walking Trails In The New Forest
Whether you’re interested in coastal walks, woodland adventures, or leisurely strolls through charming villages, the New Forest provides a wide range of options for walkers of all abilities to immerse themselves in its natural splendour and cultural heritage.
- Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary: Located in the heart of the New Forest, this family-friendly walk allows you to spot the famous fallow deer, offering an authentic forest experience.
- Blackwater Tall Trees Walk: Explore the New Forest’s diverse woodland environment, including its ancient oaks and towering Douglas firs, near Brockenhurst.
- Lyndhurst Circular Walk: Starting from Lyndhurst, the heart of the New Forest, this circular route takes you through woodlands and open heathlands, allowing you to immerse yourself in the forest’s varied terrain.
- Hatchet Pond Walk: Enjoy the tranquility of Hatchet Pond, a peaceful spot nestled within the New Forest, ideal for birdwatching and relaxation.
DIRECTIONS TO THE MAYFLOWER INN FROM THE NEW FOREST
We are approximately 25 minutes south of the New Forest in Lymington. Please use this address:
King’s Saltern Road