Highcroft - Burley accommodation in Bed and Breakfast

Highcroft from the main garden
BH24 4AG
Resident owners:
Colin and Judy Docketty

Bed & Breakfast offered in the heart of the New Forest

Bed & Breakfast offered in the heart of the New Forest

Rates : apply by phone
Discounts available for multiple night stays

Phone: +44 (0)1425 402525


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Highcroft is an elegant country house built in the early 1900s its grounds being initially planted and landscaped by the famous horticulturalist Gertrude Jekyll. It is situated in a quiet setting although only being a short walk to Burley through beautiful woodland. There is direct access to forest paths and tracks from either the rear or the front of the property where one can walk for miles in a wonderland of trees, wildlife and open countryside.
Grounds available for guests' use.
Location of Highcroft in Burley

Burley is a picturesque village in the New Forest located about 15 miles from both Bournemouth and Southampton, within easy reach of the beach, Beaulieu and all of the Forest Towns. It is famous for its associations with witchcraft and smuggling in days gone by and boasts 3 pubs, a post office and village stores. There is also the opportunity to hire bicycles, ride horses, or for the less energetic, a wagon ride drawn by one or two of the local horses. There are also many shops with their own themes, where many people gather on fine afternoons.
Forest Leisure Cycling
Rooms (2 double, 1 twin) are of a high standard and include en-suite shower room, toilet, television and tea and coffee making facilities. Children are welcome and we make the smaller charge of 15 if they need a bed, otherwise no charge.

We do not allow smoking in the house or animals (as we have some pets ourselves).

Breakfast is offered in our large dining room where a 'full english' is available and a choice of cereals and fruit together with any seasonal extras. If you have special dietry needs, please say so when booking so that we can be sure to give you a good service when you arrive.
There are also many places to eat in and out of the village:
In the village
The Burley Inn
The Burley Inn
The Old Farmhouse Tea Rooms
The Old Farmhouse Tea Rooms
The White Buck Inn
The White Buck Inn
The Queen's Head
The Queen's Head
If you intend to walk into the village at night, it may well be worth your while to bring a torch, as there are no street lamps in Burley.
Out of the village - The Three Tuns at Bransgore
Terms - Please note that we are unable to accept a credit card as payment due to the low volume nature of our business.

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