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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.

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Planning to visit the National Motor Museum and Stately Home at Beaulieu this half term and looking for somewhere to stay? Then Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the Trip Adviser Excellency Award for five consecutive years with an award winning breakfast, would be pleased to welcome you. Ideally situated opposite an eleventh century thatched restaurant for that relaxing evening meal there are walks from Twin Oaks among the famous New Forest Ponies and other animals roaming freely within the National Park.

Pappa Pig, B & B, this half term Posted February 19, 2017

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Planning to visit Paultons Park, the home of Peppa Pig World, this half term and looking for somewhere to stay? Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the Trip Adviser excellency award for five consecutive years with an award winning breakfast, is less than 5 minutes by car.  There are also walks from Twin Oaks among the famous New Forest Ponies and other animals roaming freely within the National Park. And immediately opposite Twin Oaks is an eleventh century thatched restaurant for a relaxing evening meal.

 

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Twin Oaks Photography Courses is pleased to announce additional one and two day photography courses on the 10th, 11th & 12th March 2017. See our website for further details.

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Twin Oaks Guest House is now taking bookings for one and two day photography workshops on the 10th, 11th and 12th and 17th, 18th and 19th November 2017. Please see our Website for more details.

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If you are looking for a half term break, then where better than the New Forest National Park and within easy reach of Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig World?  Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the TripAdvisor 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 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. and at other times easily reached 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 “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, a 12th 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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Booked a cruise from Southampton and looking for somewhere to stay the night before? Then Twin Oaks Guest House has a tried and tested well established service to take the pre-cruise stress away and extend your holiday. Most of our guests book a candle-lit dinner at the Sir John Barleycorn, a twelfth century thatched restaurant immediately opposite Twin Oaks, or at the White Hart which is just five minutes walk away. After a good nights sleep at Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of The Trip Adviser Excellency Award for the last five consecutive years, wake up to Twin Oak’s award winning breakfast. There is then usually time for either a walk through the New Forest National Park, with its famous New Forest Ponies and other animals roaming free, or that last minute shopping before parking your car (you keep the keys) and being driven to the cruise terminal.  When you get back you are picked up and driven back to your car and, provided we are passed breakfast, offered a complimentary cup of tea or coffee before getting on your way. Or extend your holiday further with an extra day or two in the New Forest with its many attractions.

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Bookings are now being taken for one and two day courses in the Spring and Autumn 2017. Prices include one or two nights B & B at Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the Trip Adviser Excellency Award for the last five consecutive years, with tuition on location in the New Forest National Park, with its famous ponies, and on the shore of The Solent with views of the Isle of Wight, Lighthouse and Needles. See our website for information on dates, cost and content.

Valentine’s Day Special Posted December 28, 2016

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Planning something special this Valentine’s Day? Then why not book a candle lit dinner at the Sir John Barleycorn, a 12th century thatched restaurant in the New Forest, followed by an overnight stay at Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the TripAdvisor Excellency award for the last five consecutive years, which is immediately opposite the Sir John Barleycorn. Wake up to one of Twin Oaks’ Award Winning Breakfasts and a walk in the New Forest National Park with its famous ponies and other animals roaming freely within the cattle grids of the New Forest.

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If you are looking for a few days in the New Forest then Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the TripAdvisor 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 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, a 12th 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.