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Spend the Festive Season at the Manor

Posted in by on November 13, 2012 and has no comments yet

Christmas Gifts

It’s November, it’s getting colder and the nights are getting darker but hope comes in the form of the festive season which promises another beautiful Christmas in the New Forest.

Christmas time in the heart of this ancient woodland is always a spectacle; with its frost bitten heath lands,  ice covered brooks and the most magical of landscapes – a picture postcard scene.

It is the perfect time of year to explore local villages – visit the beautiful village of Beaulieu, just 6 miles away for the annual Beaulieu Christmas Fair, find delightful Christmas gifts and stocking fillers with lots of stalls selling Festive Foods, Antiques, Jewellery and much more. Or enjoy a short drive through the winding forest roads to the charming village of Burley for a delicious afternoon tea or just to see the town once home to a famous ‘White’ witch named Sybil Leek.

Just imagine spending your Christmas Break here, surrounded by miles of stunning forest, quaint English villages and roaming New Forest ponies. You could enjoy a frosty Christmas morning walk after unwrapping your presents in your sumptuous bedroom, and then a mouth-watering festive feast in the Manor and a mince pie in front of the fire…

Or getaway for a New Year Break…enjoy the chance to totally relax, book one of SenSpa’s unrivalled treatments before your sophisticated Black Tie New Year’s Evening – a sparkling Champagne reception, a delectable Gala Banquet and time to chance the casino tables

Now stop imagining and make your magical Christmas come true. Book a Christmas Break at Careys Manor Hotel for an unforgettable way to see off 2012.

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