The New Forest
Within a 20 minute drive of the Langtry Manor is the famous New Forest National Park. The New Forest is the perfect place to relax, take a stroll, go for a cycle ride in beautiful surrounds that tease and tantalise the imagination and senses.
Originally created by William the Conqueror in the eleventh century AD as a place for the grazing of his deer, the New Forest is now a walker's paradise to cater for the gentle stroll to the invigorating challenge. Take a picnic or visit one of the many country inns or gastro pubs. There is so much to see and do in the New Forest.
There are year round guided walks and the New Forest is perfect for cycling with many miles of off-road tracks taking you through the heart of the forest.
There is plenty of wildlife to discover in the New Forest from horses to hogs, ponies to the famous red, and fallow deer. It is beautiful at all times of year whether you come in the Springtime when life begins, summertime when it florishes, autumn when the leaves transform in colour to the crip sometimes snowy wintertime.
Why not spend a day of your weekend break in Bournemouth visiting the New Forest and exploring its many sites and woodlands, then retire back to the Langtry Manor for dinner or its famous Edwardian Banquet.