Historic, tranquil, relaxing and unspoilt are a few ways to describe the village of Beaulieu. Perched on the southern edge of the New Forest National Park. This idyllic village is steeped in history and charm. An ideal place to explore, visit and stay with your family; both old and young.
With 250 historic vehicles and tons of motoring memorabilia The National Motor Museum is a full day out on its own. Tickets to which include entry to the Abbey and Palace House.
Palace House is the ancestral home of the Montagu family and sits in rolling lawns with beautiful flower beds overlooking the tranquil river.
The Beaulieu Abbey ruins are well known for being haunted and is one of the most haunted places in Britain, famously visited by the ghost of Brother Augustus whose footsteps can still be heard.
The Beaulieu estate covers an area of over 7000 acres enclosing a very traditional village sitting on the riverside leading down to the historic maritime museum of Buckler’s Hard.
Picturesque walks, rides and vistas and a wide range of bed and breakfasts, hotels, cafes, bars and boutique shops help create the Beaulieu experience. As well as being a haven for twitchers (bird watchers), photographers and artists; Beaulieu hosts many major events and is a recommended New Forest visitor attraction.
Harmonious settings along the riverside can provide a wonderful stroll in the summertime. You can hire kayaks if you looking for an exciting activity on the water. By following the river you can get to Buckler’s Hard where you can also take charter river trips.
Perfect for a relaxing picnic or some memorable photographs with the family. An ideal resting spot after shopping in the high street or after a walk along the river. Mill Pond was created by the monks and is over looked by the Mill House.