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The Village of Burley

Posted in by on January 21, 2015 and has no comments yet

Careys_BurleyJust a few miles from the hotel is the historical village of Burley. This village may be small however it has a lot of character. Famous for its witchcraft, smugglers and dragons, Burley has several quaint little shops selling all kinds of antiques and souvenirs. During your New Forest break, visit this wonderful village and have a look around.

  1. Burley Fudge

For the most delicious fudge in the New Forest, you have to visit the Burley Fudge Shop. With a large selection of all the traditional flavours including clotted cream, they also stock some more unusual flavours such as chilli chocolate. Be sure to take some lovely New Forest fudge away with you.

  1. Golf

Described as one of the ‘gems of the New Forest’, Burley Golf Club offers a 9 hole course. Welcoming all ages and abilities, take your clubs down to the course and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

  1. Coarse Fishing

Beeches Brook Fishery is a privately owned, 2 acre lake. For those of you who love coarse fishing, this tranquil setting among trees and shrubs is the perfect way to relax.

  1. Explore the shops

There are plenty of gift shops in Burley however every one of them is unique. Pop in and explore the likes of Coven of Witches, Face the Music and Goldilocks for a souvenir of your visit.

  1. Burley-licious

Burley-licious is a traditional coffee and tea house in the village offering a wide variety of snacks and hot and cold drinks. With 24 hour notice they will even prepare a picnic for you if you wish to take your lunch into the forest!

Speak with our Concierge team during your stay for more information on things to do and see in the New Forest. For more information on Burley please click here and to book your stay at Careys Manor please visit our special offers and breaks or call 01590 624467.

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