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Looking for a somewhere to stay in order to visit Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig and Lost World? Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the TripAdvisor Excellency Award for the last six consecutive years, is ideally placed within 5 minutes drive of Paultons Park and easy to find with brown directional signs from junction one of the M27.

Extend your stay beyond your visit to Paultons Park and enjoy the facilities of the New Forest. There are walks through the National Park, with its famous New Forest Ponies, from the Guest House and cycle routes without having to negotiate any busy roads. During the summer months the Open Top Bus stops at the end of the road and the three “hop on, hop off” routes visit “Longdown Activity Farm”, “New Forest Wildlife Park”, “Burley”, “Beaulieu Motor Museum and Stately Home”, “Exbury Gardens”, “Barton on Sea”, “Hurst Castle” etc. Bournemouth is only 20 minutes drive away as is Winchester with its Cathedral and Great Hall and Marwell Zoo. “Stone Henge” and the “Historic Dock Yard” and “Spinaker Tower” at Portsmouth are within easy reach.

For younger children Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig World, is only five minutes away by car, and Monkey World  and “I Go Ape” are also within easy reach. There is just so much to do.

At the end of a busy day there is the possibility of a candle lit dinner at the Sir John Barleycorn, an 11th Century thatched restaurant (steeped in history from the time of King William Rufus) which is immediately opposite Twin Oaks Guest House and wake up to Twin Oak’s award winning breakfast.

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Looking for a somewhere to stay in order to visit the Netley Marsh Steam and Craft Fair on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of July? Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the TripAdvisor Excellency Award for the last six consecutive years, is ideally placed within 2 minutes drive and easy to find with brown directional signs from junction one of the M27.

Extend your stay beyond your visit to the Steam Rally and enjoy the facilities of the New Forest. There are walks through the National Park, with its famous New Forest Ponies, from the Guest House and cycle routes without having to negotiate any busy roads. During the summer months the Open Top Bus stops at the end of the road and the three “hop on, hop off” routes visit “Longdown Activity Farm”, “New Forest Wildlife Park”, “Burley”, “Beaulieu Motor Museum and Stately Home”, “Exbury Gardens”, “Barton on Sea”, “Hurst Castle” etc. Bournemouth is only 20 minutes drive away as is Winchester with its Cathedral and Great Hall. “Stone Henge” and the “Historic Dock Yard” and “Spinaker Tower” at Portsmouth are within easy reach.

For younger children Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig World, is only five minutes away by car, and for older children there is “I Go Ape”.

At the end of a busy day there is the possibility of a candle lit dinner at the Sir John Barleycorn, an 11th Century thatched restaurant (steeped in history from the time of King William Rufus) which is immediately opposite Twin Oaks Guest House and wake up to Twin Oak’s award winning breakfast.

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Looking for a somewhere to stay in order to visit Southampton Boat Show? Twin Oaks Guest House is ideally placed within 15 minutes drive and easy to find with brown directional signs from junction one of the M27.

Extend your stay beyond your visit to the Boat Show and enjoy the facilities of the New Forest. There are walks through the National Park, with its famous New Forest Ponies, from the Guest House and cycle routes without having to negotiate any busy roads. During the summer months the Open Top Bus stops at the end of the road and the three “hop on, hop off” routes visit “Longdown Activity Farm”, “New Forest Wildlife Park”, “Burley”, “Beaulieu Motor Museum and Stately Home”, “Exbury Gardens”, “Barton on Sea”, “Hurst Castle” etc. Bournemouth is only 20 minutes drive away as is Winchester with its Cathedral and Great Hall. “Stone Henge” and the “Historic Dock Yard” and “Spinaker Tower” at Portsmouth are within easy reach.

For younger children Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig World, is only five minutes away by car, and for older children there is “I Go Ape”.

At the end of a busy day there is the possibility of a candle lit dinner at the Sir John Barleycorn, an 11th Century thatched restaurant (steeped in history from the time of King William Rufus) which is immediately opposite Twin Oaks Guest House and wake up to Twin Oak’s award winning breakfast.

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Looking for somewhere to stay in the New Forest this Summer? Twin Oaks Guest House is ideally placed for numerous activities and easy to find with brown directional signs from junction one of the M27.

There are walks through the National Park, with its famous New Forest Ponies, from the Guest House and cycle routes without having to negotiate any busy roads. During the summer months the Open Top Bus stops at the end of the road and the three “hop on, hop off” routes visit “Longdown Activity Farm”, “New Forest Wildlife Park”, “Burley”, “Beaulieu Motor Museum and Stately Home”, “Exbury Gardens”, “Barton on Sea”, “Hurst Castle” etc. Bournemouth is only 20 minutes drive away as is Winchester with its Cathedral and Great Hall. “Stone Henge” and the “Historic Dock Yard” and “Spinaker Tower” at Portsmouth are within easy reach.

For younger children Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig World, is only five minutes away by car, and for older children there is “I Go Ape”.

At the end of a busy day there is the possibility of a candle lit dinner at the Sir John Barleycorn, an 11th Century thatched restaurant (steeped in history from the time of King William Rufus) which is immediately opposite Twin Oaks Guest House and wake up to Twin Oak’s award winning breakfast.

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Planning to visit the New Forest Show and looking for somewhere to stay?  Then Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the TripAdvisor Excellency Award for the last five consecutive years, may be just the ticket!

Twin Oaks is easy to find with brown directional signs from junction one of the M27. And idealy placed for a whole raft of activity should you wish to extend your stay beyond the New Forest Show.

There are walks through the National Park, with its famous New Forest Ponies, from the Guest House and cycle routes without having to negotiate any busy roads. During the summer months the Open Top Bus stops at the end of the road and the three “hop on, hop off” routes visit “Longdown Activity Farm”, “New Forest Wildlife Park”, “Burley”, “Beaulieu Motor Museum and Stately Home”, “Exbury Gardens”, “Barton on Sea”, “Hurst Castle” etc. Bournemouth is only 20 minutes drive away as is Winchester with its Cathedral and Great Hall. “Stone Henge” and the “Historic Dock Yard” and “Spinaker Tower” at Portsmouth are within easy reach.

For younger children Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig World, is only five minutes away by car, and for older children there is “I Go Ape”.

At the end of a busy day there is the possibility of a candle lit dinner at the Sir John Barleycorn, an 11th Century thatched restaurant (steeped in history from the time of King William Rufus) which is immediately opposite Twin Oaks Guest House and wake up to Twin Oak’s award winning breakfast.

We look forward to welcoming you to Twin Oaks

Cruise parking Southampton Posted April 12, 2017

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Going on a cruise and looking for somewhere to stay the night before, leave your car and be driven to and from the cruise terminal?  Then Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the Trip Adviser Excellency Award for the last five consecutive years, is ideally placed  and easy to find with brown directional signs from junction one of the M27.

there is an eleventh century thatched restaurant immediately opposite Twin Oaks for that candle lit dinner the night before your cruise. And after Twin Oaks award winning breakfast there is usually time for a short walk to see the famous New Forest Ponies and other animals roaming freely in the New Forest National Park before being driven down to join your ship at the cruise terminal.

 

 

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Looking for a short break in the New Forest this Easter? Twin Oaks Guest House is ideally placed for numerous activities and easy to find with brown directional signs from junction one of the M27.

There are walks through the National Park, with its famous New Forest Ponies, from the Guest House and cycle routes without having to negotiate any busy roads. During the summer months the Open Top Bus stops at the end of the road and the three “hop on, hop off” routes visit “Longdown Activity Farm”, “New Forest Wildlife Park”, “Burley”, “Beaulieu Motor Museum and Stately Home”, “Exbury Gardens”, “Barton on Sea”, “Hurst Castle” etc. Bournemouth is only 20 minutes drive away as is Winchester with its Cathedral and Great Hall. “Stone Henge” and the “Historic Dock Yard” and “Spinaker Tower” at Portsmouth are within easy reach.

For younger children Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig World, is only five minutes away by car, and for older children there is “I Go Ape”.

At the end of a busy day there is the possibility of a candle lit dinner at the Sir John Barleycorn, an 11th Century thatched restaurant (steeped in history from the time of King William Rufus) which is immediately opposite Twin Oaks Guest House and wake up to Twin Oak’s award winning breakfast.

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Situated in the New Forest National Park, Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the TripAdvisor Excellency Award for the last five consecutive years, is ideally placed for numerous activities and easy to find with brown directional signs from junction one of the M27.

There are walks through the National Park, with its famous New Forest Ponies, from the Guest House and cycle routes without having to negotiate any busy roads. Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig World, is only 5 mins by car. And during the summer months the Open Top Bus stops at the end of the road and the three “hop on, hop off” routes visit “Longdown Activity Farm”, “New Forest Wildlife Park”, “Burley”, “Beaulieu Motor Museum and Stately Home”, “Exbury Gardens”, “Barton on Sea”, “Hurst Castle” etc. all of which are easily accessible by car. Bournemouth is only 20 minutes drive away as is Winchester with its Cathedral and Great Hall. “Stone Henge” and the “Historic Dock Yard” and Spinacre Tower at Portsmouth are also within easy reach for a half day out. Immediately opposite Twin Oaks Guest House there is an eleventh century thatched restaurant for that candle lit evening meal and wake up to Twin Oak’s award winning breakfast.

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Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the TripAdviser Excellency Award for the last five consecutive years, has a tried and tested cruise service whereby you stay the night before your cruise, leave your car at Twin Oaks and transport is arranged to and from the cruise terminal. There is an eleventh century thatched restaurant immediately opposite Twin Oaks for a candle lit dinner the night before your cruise and after Twin Oaks award winning breakfast there is usually time for a walk through the National Park with its famous New Forest Ponies before being taken to your Cruise Ship. This extends your holiday and takes all the anxiety out of getting to the port on time

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The Family Suite at Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the TripAdvisor Excellency Award for the last five consecutive years, can cost as little as £28 per person per night (including the children).

Twin Oaks is ideally placed for numerous activities and easy to find with brown directional signs from junction one of the M27.

There are walks through the National Park, with its famous New Forest Ponies, from the Guest House and cycle routes without having to negotiate any busy roads. During the summer months the Open Top Bus stops at the end of the road and the three “hop on, hop off” routes visit “Longdown Activity Farm”, “New Forest Wildlife Park”, “Burley”, “Beaulieu Motor Museum and Stately Home”, “Exbury Gardens”, “Barton on Sea”, “Hurst Castle” etc. Bournemouth is only 20 minutes drive away as is Winchester with its Cathedral and Great Hall. “Stone Henge” and the “Historic Dock Yard” and “Spinaker Tower” at Portsmouth are within easy reach.

For younger children Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig World, is only five minutes away by car, and for older children there is “I Go Ape”.

At the end of a busy day there is the possibility of a candle lit dinner at the Sir John Barleycorn, an 11th Century thatched restaurant (steeped in history from the time of King William Rufus) which is immediately opposite Twin Oaks Guest House and wake up to Twin Oak’s award winning breakfast.