Trip Adviser Excellency Award 2015 Posted May 23, 2015
Chris and Carol are delighted to have won the Trip Adviser Excellency Award for the third successive year having won it in 2013, 2014 and now in 2015 and wish to thank all our guests past, present and future.
BOOK NOW FOR THE NEW FOREST SHOW Posted May 10, 2015
Twin Oaks Guest House is ideally situated for people wishing to visit the New Forest Show on the 28th, 29th and 30th July. There is a 12th century thatched restaurant immediately opposite Twin Oaks for that candle lit evening meal and an open top bus stops a few yards away for that tour of the New Forest. Within a few minutes walk from Twin Oaks one can be amongst the famous New Forest Ponies, Donkeys, Shetland Ponies, Pigs, Cows, Deer etc all roaming free within the cattle grids of the New Forest National Park. Easy to find there are brown directional signs from Junction 1 of the M27. Twin Oaks Guest House has Four Star Visit Britain accreditation with a silver accolade and breakfast award and won the Trip Adviser Excellency Award in 2013 and 2014
HAPPY EASTER Posted March 30, 2015
Carol and Chris wish all their guests past, present and future a Happy Easter.
photography weekends in the New Forest Posted February 10, 2015
The New Forest and National Park is the former royal hunting ground of William the Conqueror. The virgin landscape with its natural diversity and historical significance is now an attraction for families looking for recreation and nature lovers alike. More than 700 species of wildflowers can be admired in the royal forest.
The spring with its bright colours is the annual season opener for wonderful activities in this area. In summer, visitor can enjoy picnics; fun rides through the seasonal theme parks, exciting seaside locations, and boat tours or walks through a magical landscape. Besides cattle and donkeys, visitors in the New Forest can meet the semi-wild New Forest ponies. First documented in 1016, these versatile ponies are now internationally represented in all riding events. Autumn is probably the most spectacular season of all. When the landscape turns in red and golden light, tourists enjoy the atmospheric excursions by bicycle or on horseback. In winter, when nature is sleep, it is a pleasure for the soul to experience the silence of the forest and the tranquillity of nature.
What better place to take part in an informal and totally relaxed Photographic Weekend, now into its fourth year Twin Oaks Photography takes place every Spring and Autumn when the colours are at their best. The Photography course is pitched at any level of aptitude, from the beginner right through to the most advanced. There are two experienced and qualified Tutors that take and divide the Delegates into their appropriate groups.
Whats included? – 2 nights accommodation at a well known 4 star Guest House, all meals, transport to locations, entry fees, handouts and of course the tuition. For more information please visit our website at www.photography-courses-uk.co.uk
2 Day Photography Course – New Forest Posted February 2, 2015
Whether you are a complete beginner, advanced or aspiring professional, this experience will boost your confidence, enable you to see things through different eyes, and know better your own photography equipment. Two Tutors per session. 4 delegates maximum per Tutor. Tuition pitched at your personal level. Discounts for Partners. Transport to all locations. 4 star Guest House accommodation – meals included. Unique Forest and Coastal Scenery.
Valentine’s Day Posted February 2, 2015
Why not spend this Valentine’s Week-end at Twin Oak’s Guest House in the New Forest and surprise your loved one with one of Twin Oak’s Celebration Hampers? Twin Oaks Guest House is immediately opposite a twelfth century thatched restaurant for that special candle lit dinner and after Twin Oaks’ award winning breakfast take a stroll to see the famous New Forest Ponies and other wild life.
HAPPY NEW YEAR Posted December 28, 2014
Chris and Carol wish all our guests, past and future, a very Happy New Year and look forward to welcoming you to Twin Oaks Guest House in the New Forest National Park during 2015.
Booked that cruise and looking for somewhere to stay and leave your car? Posted December 21, 2014
Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the Trip Adviser Excellency Award in both 2013 and 2014, is increasingly being used by people wishing to travel to Southampton the day before their cruise. Situated in the New Forest National Park it is immediately opposite a twelfth century thatched restaurant for a candle lit dinner the evening before your cruise. Wake up to Twin Oaks award winning breakfast with time for a stroll to see the famous New Forest Ponies, or a short tour of the forest, before being driven to the cruise terminal in the knowledge that you car is safely parked. On your return a Twin Oaks’ vehicle will be waiting for you at the terminal to drive you back to your car. This takes out all the anxiety of driving down the day of your cruise an extends your holiday by a day – or two or three depending upon your circumstances.
HAPPY CHRISTMAS Posted December 21, 2014
Chris and Carol wish all our past and future guests a Happy Christmas and look forward to welcoming you for Bed and Breakfast at Twin Oaks Guest House in the New Forest
B & B in the New Forest this December Posted November 24, 2014
There is so much to do in the New Forest, in the run up to Christmas, whatever your age. Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the Trip Adviser Excellency Award in both 2013 and 2014, is ideally situated and within easy reach of the main attractions. It is only two minutes drive from Santa’s Christmas Wonderland at Paultons Park home of Peppa Pig World and a few minutes walk from the Cadnam Garden Centre and Father Christmas’ Grotto open every Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm during December. Within a few minutes walk from Twin Oaks Guest House you can be amongst New Forest Ponies, Shetland Ponies, Pigs, Cows, Sheep, Deer and Pheasants all roaming free within the cattle grids of the National Park. Visit Beaulieu for Carols around the Christmas Tree in the Stately Home or National Motor Museum. Hire a bicycle or horse or visit a tea shop in Burley. Visit the Historic Dock Yard and Mary Rose in Portsmouth. Visit the Great Hall, Cathedral, Christmas Market and outdoor Ice Rink in Winchester. Bournemouth for its beaches. Southampton for the cruise liners and theatre. Have lunch over looking the Solent and Needles. Take a day trip to the Isle of Wight. And at the end of a busy day dine by candle light in front of a log fire with Christmas Fayre at the twelfth century thatched restaurant immediately opposite Twin Oaks Guest House before turning in and waking for Twin Oaks Award Winning Breakfast. B & B in the New Forest this December.