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Celebrating 10 Years of the New Forest National Park

Posted in by on March 24, 2015 and has no comments yet

Measuring 219 square miles across Hampshire and parts of Wiltshire and East Dorset, the New Forest National Park has the most extensive area of heathland in Europe.

Home to the famous and adored New Forest ponies, this enchanted area of England is a popular tourist destination for visitors all over the world and this month marks its 10th year as an official National Park.

Highland Cattle in Brockenhurst

Visitors to the New Forest can enjoy the sights of ponies, cattle, and donkeys walking amongst shoppers in the national park’s charming villages or grazing on nearby heathland. Watching new Forest ponies quietly plodding along a stretch of busy road is a sight to behold and one that always stops tourists in their tracks.

Inspired by our beloved national park, the new restaurant, Cambium at Careys Manor Hotel is a creative and enchanting dining experience showcasing the rich natural resources abundant in our local area.

In celebration of the long Easter weekend and the beauty this time of year bring to the New Forest, Cambium will be hosting a special Easter Sunday lunch.

Cambium at Careys Manor

Families couples or friends visiting the New Forest can celebrate together and enjoy a delicious three course meal full of the flavours of the forest for just £34 per person.

For those who wish to indulge in something a little more sweet, enjoy a traditionally English afternoon tea under the cedar tree in our beautiful grounds, or relaxing in the woodland inspired interior at Cambium.

To make a booking at Cambium for either afternoon tea or Easter Sunday Lunch, please call our reservations team on 01590 624467 or contact us online

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