New forest and young children.

(8 Posts)
dannyboyle Sun 09-Feb-14 23:29:20

Looking to spend a week in new forest with us and two young children in may. Recommendations on accommodation please? . Never been to a holiday park place, tended to do smaller sites or individual cottages, farm stay etc. budget I guess up to £800 ish for week.

CocktailQueen Mon 10-Feb-14 14:47:54

We have stayed in Lymington (just out of New Forest but lots of good beaches etc near by) and Hoburne Naish www.hoseasons.co.uk/holiday-parks/hoburne-naish-NAIS?LAT=50.8764363&LNG=-1.63106519999997&DIST=40&FREET=new%20forest - a Hoseasons park. We generally steer clear of busy parks but this one was very good - good restaurant, pool, sauna, kids' activities.

MrsBonkers Tue 25-Feb-14 00:05:07

We stayed at the Balmer Lawn hotel booked through lastminute.com.
Could see the ponies out of our window.

Hobourne naish is gorgeous

charlieg22 Thu 06-Mar-14 11:28:27

We stayed at Shorefield Country Park at Milford on Sea just on edge of New Forest. Lovely park with good facilities + a range of caravans, lodges etc. Recommended it to friends who also loved it. Best of both worlds - forest + seaside!

IamTotallyUnreasonableOk Thu 06-Mar-14 11:29:46

We stayed at 'sandy balls'. I actually chose it for the funny name but my DS loved it!

Epictantrum Sun 09-Mar-14 07:04:58

If you can get a deal, or afford a couple of nights at new manor park I would highly recommend.

Eve Sun 09-Mar-14 07:06:25

Sandy balls

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