Bed and Breakfast, New Forest, B+B

Call Auld Mother Hubbards B&B
Telephone : 01425 483464

Auld Kennels
bedandbreakfast
Centrally located for walking, fishing, horse riding, golf and sailing


New Forest Links

Entertainment

Eating Out

The Auld Kennels
Gallery

Bed And Breakfast
Dining room
Bed and Breakfast Newforest
Bed Room 1
New Forest B&B
Bed Room 2
New Forest B&B
Guest Lounge

New Forest Bed and Breakfast:

Double Rooms (with en-suite shower facilities)
Rooms are fitted with Pine furniture and Pine Beds
Rooms have colour TV, Tea and Coffee making facilities and clock radios.
The house is centrally heated with individual adjustable radiators in both rooms
Guest have there own lounge and conservatory / dining room
Ample Parking is available to all guests

About the New Forest:

Over 900 years ago William the Conqueror claimed the magical heathland, glades, woods and shoreline of the New Forest as a royal playground. Its' subsequent history is steeped with smugglers, snake catchers and witchcraft.

Now the smallest of our National Parks, the peaceful atmosphere of this wonderful 220 square mile landscape has remained largely unchanged and also includes 26 miles of coastline. There are more than 7,300 ponies, cattle, donkeys and pigs and deer wandering through the villages and the Forest itself.

The Forest has 5 types of deer, 2,700 species of fungi, 700 types of wildflower and is also the largest remaining area of lowland heath in Europe, reputed to be rarer globally than rainforest.

NewForest
View From Back Garden

New Forest Pub
New Forest Pony

New Forest Pony
The Forest

About The Auld Kennels:

Built at the turn of the century as two cottages to house the Water Baliff and Kennel Master, of the local Otter Hound Pack. The Auld Kennels was later converted into a single imposing thatched residence for private use. Set on a rise, the cottage commands views across Moortown, the Meadows and the Hampshire Hatches and down to the River Avon. To the rear, it looks over farmland to Hightown and Crow Hill, from where access into the New Forest, some one and a half miles away, may be gained. The cottage is one mile from Ringwood, a small market town situated on the edge of the New Forest that still retains its rural identity with a weekly street market. Larger amenities are to be found in Bournemouth, Poole and Southampton, located eleven, fourteen and eighteen miles away respectively.
 


AULD Mother Hubbards, 215 Christchurch Road, Moortown, Ringwood, Hampshire, BH24 3AN