There is a wealth of activities to suit all ages and interests within easy driving distance of Newton B&B. Please see below just some of our recommended places to visit in the New Forest National Park and surrounding areas. We hope you can come and enjoy all that the New Forest and Salisbury has to offer.
New Forest National Park
One of the most beautiful places in the world, with outstanding views. A genuine walker's paradise with miles and miles of traffic free tracks leading you into the heart of the Forest.
View: Newforest National Park Web site
The Cathedral was built in just 38 years (AD1220-1258), it boasts the highest spire in England, and an original copy of the Magna Carta and the oldest known working clock.
View: Salisbury Cathedral
Stonehenge is probably the most important prehistoric monument in the whole of Britain and has attracted visitors from earliest times. It stands as a timeless monument to the people who built it.
Discover the world famous historic ships – HMS Victory, the Mary Rose & HMS Warrior 1860 that have shaped British history at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
View: Historic Dockyards
Longleat House & Safari Park
Longleat House is widely regarded as one of the best examples of Elizabethan architecture in Britain and one of the most beautiful stately homes open to the public. Also famous for its Safari park and the Lions of Longleat.
View: Longleat House & Safari Park
Beaulieu Motor Museum
Few car museums in the world can match the unique collection of the world renowned National Motor Museum Trust, Beaulieu is also home to the Palace House and beautiful gardens.
View: Beaulieu Motor Museum
Peppa Pig World at Paultons Park
Peppa Pig World is the worlds first Peppa Pig themed fun park with 7 fun new rides and attractions. Peppa Pig World is a must for all Peppa fans.
View: Peppa Pig World at Paultons Park
Elegant and spacious 18th-century house in the Cathedral Close. Rare retreat of peace and tranquility in Salisbury city center, the house has fine Georgian features and charming walled gardens to explore.
View: Mompesson House
One of the finest examples of mid-Georgian architecture in England, Broadlands stands serenely in a unique place in British history. Its distinguished owners and many of its important visitors have helped to shape the course of history.
The spectacular 200-acre woodland garden,world-famous for the Rothschild collection of rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias, rare trees and plants, a riot of colour in spring, and a dazzling sight in the autumn.
View: Exbury Gardens
A 13th-century former priory set in glorious landscaped grounds and walled gardens, home to the National collection of roses. Tranquil park, woodland and riverside scenic views.
View: Mottisfont Abbey
Milford on Sea
With stunning views, the unspoiled village offers a wide range of shops and a pleasant traditional village green. The cliffs have been left free of buildings and in their natural state. On the inner side of Milford is the Parish church built in the late 13th Century.
View: Milford on Sea
A thriving boatyard, situated in a prime location at the foot of Lymington High Street adjacent to the Town Quay and railway station. Costal boat tours available throughout the season.
World-famous 18th-century landscaped garden and Palladian mansion. Enchanting temples, monuments and rare planting around a tranquil lake. Spectacular views and two Iron age hill forts to explore.
Sculpture by the Lake
Described as one of the most beautiful and unique sculpture parks in the United Kingdom, Sculpture by the Lakes marries the soft beauty of nature’s wild river landscape with the more formal presentation of monumental outdoor sculpture.
View: Sculpture by the Lake Web site