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Careys Manor Hotel & Spa
Brockenhurst, New Forest, SO42 7RH
   +44 (0)8707 512305
Single from: £154.00
Double from: £154.00
per room per night
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New Forest, which is a local governmental district, is located in Hampshire in England, and was created as early as 1974, when several districts and boroughs were joined together. New Forest is the most populated non-unitary authority in the entire area of England. New Forest holds in it various parishes and settlements, as well as many citizens - roughly about 175,400 people.

Among the parishes and settlements that are located in New Forest is Boldre, which is a village as well as a civil parish, which is located at the Hampshire district.

Boldre is inside the national park in New Forest, and is near the Lymington river, just about two miles off of Lymington - which is situated to the north. Boldre has a population of about 1,931 people, which makes it an ideal location for people who want to relax during their vacation, and take a stroll around some nice scenery. Boldre is a very green and lush location, and has many different quiet locations you can explore, and many different things to see.

While in Boldre you might want to observe the local wildlife, which includes the birds and various insects that are just a short walk from where you'll stay.

Boldre is situated on around 7,720 acres, or about 32 square kilometers, and is famous for the local graveyard, and next to it the church - St John the Baptist church, which is built in an old style, and resembles a red roof house It has a small tower which people can visit, and see the surrounding area from it, due to its height New Forest also has a local bar, for people who are more interested in the nightlife. New Forest also has a local school and a post office, and is known for its description by W.H. Hudson, who called it a place filled with out-of-the-world places.

Boldre enjoys the benefits of local amenities - such as large spacious homes, which you can vacation in, but without ruining the countryside feeling and the greenery, which makes it an ideal place for someone who wants an escape out of the daily busy schedule of modern living.

Boldre has existed as early as medieval times, and has had a church before the 13th century, but it had to be replaced during it, due to unknown circumstances.

Boldre is famous for being the resident of William Gilpin, who knew a lot about the surrounding areas.

William Gilpin died and was buried in Boldre, in the churchyard of St. John the Baptist, near an old maple tree. William Gilpin died during 1804 at the age of 80, which was a very old age in those days, and him reaching such an age it is thought to have occurred due to his continuous exposure to the outdoors during explorations in the area, and the fresh air all the trees and green pastures provided.

While in Boldre you might want to engage in the local sports and recreations - which include jogging, strolling along, riding a bicycle, and more, with your friends and family.

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The New Forest Tourist Board gives comparable information to this page. If you require more information about New Forest, you may be able to obtain it from the New Forest Tourist Board.

We hope you find suitable New Forest accommodation. You can book cheap hotels, guest houses or New Forest bed and breakfasts from the list above. Enjoy your stay in New Forest hotels.

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