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How To Make The Best Of A Rainy Day In The New Forest

Posted in by on November 15, 2014 and has no comments yet

1185_Careys July2010 _212The New Forest is a truly magical place to explore, but we understand it can be a bit annoying when you’ve planned a great day out and the heavens open! The British weather can do that to you, and no one can predict it.

But don’t despair, there are plenty of activities in the New Forest which aren’t weather dependant, and are plenty of fun for families or couples.

To give you some inspiration, we’ve listed our very own top 3 favourite things to do when the skies outside look ominous! Have a read and get planning!

  1.  Explore the local shops. Just 5 miles from Careys Manor on the southern edge of the New forest, you’ll find Lymington. A small Georgian market town, it plays host to a beautiful selection of independent shops and designer boutiques.
  2. Get your picture taken with some of the most famous motors in the world! Beaulieu is home to the National Motor Museum, where you can see Arthur Weasley’s flyling Ford Anglia, Mr Bean’s Mini, Del Boy’s Reliant Regal and Wallace and Gromit’s life size Anti-Pesto Van to name just a few!
  3. Afternoon Tea is the perfect way to recuperate from a day out. With a selection of the finest teas, the most delicious cakes and the fluffiest scones, you won’t be able to resist coming back for more. We couldn’t think of any better way to eat when it’s gloomy outside! So why not indulge in quintessentially British treat?


Fancy a break away in the New Forest? Take a look at our breaks and offers on our website, where we have from great last minute deals  on some beautiful bedrooms!

Get in contact online, or call us on 01590 624467 for more information.

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