We have thoroughly enjoyed our first year in business and are looking forward to meeting more new friends this year. We have welcomes wonderful people from all over the world who have celebrated everything from university reunions to birthday parties to family gatherings across three generations. The tennis court has been well used though perhaps no challengers to Andy Murray have emerged. Bike riding, long forest walks, and even foraging for dinner have all figured in the activities of our visitors. But most of all people have enjoyed the quiet relaxation of the garden with walks down the hill to the pub.
Bookings for the coming year are going fast. Eleven weeks are already taken. As you have enquired about the property or stayed with us before, we wanted to make you aware that we do still have availability for some prime weeks in the summer.
If you have stayed with us previously, we are offering a 10% discount on the listed price of your return stay.
Summer in the Forest
New Forest Show
Rated among the top ten agricultural shows in the country, the New Forest is an annual three day agricultural Show held at the end of July. A full range of equestrian classes also feature, as well as livestock competitions. Family fun, shopping, and food and drink make this a summer weekend to remember.
For car buffs, we still have the week of the 22nd of August available so you can visit the “Simply Classic Cars” event at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu.
That week also sees the excitement of the Bournemouth Airshow. Why not watch in luxury from a privately chartered yacht from Lymington Yacht Charters?
The Old Gaffers Festival
The Old Gaffers return to nearby Yarmouth to race the weekend of May 30th. This is a great event with hundreds of beautifully kept classic yachts on display, yacht racing, bands playing and food marquees.
Photo by Keith Allso
Exploring the New Forest
There are over 100 miles of maintained cycle tracks in the New Forest making it an ideal way to explore while visiting Cloisters. The new cycle map makes it even easier to create your ideal route - whether that is three miles or twenty. If walking and rambling are more your style you can choose from the seaside or forest paths. Whichever way you choose to explore, you're sure to find a cosy pub or tea house along your route.
Bluebell woods in Lymington
The beaches near Milford-on-Sea
The Lymington seawall
Denny Wood near Lyndhurst
Check out our website for more ideas of things to do in the New Forest or drop us an email about coming to stay.