At just over an hour from London, the New Forest and Dorset area has everything you would expect from England’s beautiful landscape. Form the ancient royal hunting ground through to the dramatic seascapes and natural coastal architecture, the region gives a unique view of England’s stunning coastline and there are numerous cycle rides in Dorset and the New Forest walks to enjoy.
Get up close and personal with the New Forest ponies, donkeys and other animals which roam free in the forest! We also visit the wonderful Isle of Purbeck, part of our ancient Jurassic Coast walk in Dorset, which also includes Lulworth Cove and the magnificent sea arch at Durdle door.
Both our New Forest cycling tours and Dorset walking tours include the Queen’s home, Windsor Castle, the eternal mystery that is Stonehenge and the magnificent Salisbury Cathedral. We aim to give an immersive and authentic insight into England’s rich past and engaging present. Stonehenge and the Jurassic Coast are both World Heritage Sites and our guests love their diversity and intrigue. Corfe Castle, built in the 11 century is also well worth a mention, perfectly placed in this landscape – in its slightly wonky way!
The New Forest and Dorset are renowned for their beautiful villages so why not visit them on the local pub walks in the New Forest and Dorset. Hundreds of years old, they are set beautifully in the landscape, each with its own identity, village green and pubs which melt the heart of our visitors.
With our partners in the New Forest and the Isle of Purbeck we offer charming and high-quality accommodation in the heart of the small market towns. Highlights include Burley, Beaulieu and Corfe Castle.
The New Forest and Dorset is everything you would expect from England and more! Friends and memories are made for life in the wonderful, atmospheric landscape.
We answer your most common queries on the New Forest and Devon.
Dorset is on the south coast of England, to the west of London, bordering Devon and Somerset. With miles and miles of sandy beaches, forests and rolling hills, it is a beautiful county of huge variety and beauty. It is famous for its Jurassic Coast, a world heritage site, with striking red and white cliffs, natural arches and spectacular coves.
The New Forest is a vast track of unspoilt woodland, heathland and valleys in south England. It is a protected national park that covers nearly 600 square kilometers and is considered South East England’s most scenic, picturesque location for outdoor activities.
We stay in beautiful hotels in the middle of the forest and heathland. Our New Forest and Dorset tours also visit Salisbury, Stonehenge, Corfe Castle and the Jurassic Coast, all stunning locations to explore and stay so you get the most typically British experience possible.
Deer, ponies and cattle roam free in the New Forest’s ancient heaths and woodland. Our cycling and walking routes through the New Forest explore the best of this beautiful landscape. It is also known for its stunning castles, gardens, pretty villages, cosy pubs and exceptional cuisine.
Dorset has a mild climate, with 364 more hours of sunshine throughout the year in comparison to the UK average, ideal for soaking up the sun. With just seven days of rain on average and an average high of 19 degrees Celsius, August is the perfect month to visit Dorset.
Experience the beauty of the England’s New Forest and the stunning coast of Dorset by bike. Cycle to iconic places including – Stonehenge and the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Sites. Highlights also include Windsor and Salisbury Cathedral.
Experience the beauty of the England’s New Forest, the stunning coast of Dorset on foot. Walk through these incredible and iconic places including – Stonehenge and the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Sites. Highlights also include Windsor and Salisbury Cathedral.