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B & B in the New Forest Posted July 3, 2016

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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 four 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 12 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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If you are planning to visit Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig World, and looking for somewhere to stay? Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the tripadvisor excellency award for the last four consecutive years, is only five minutes drive away.

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Looking for somewhere to stay when visiting the New Forest Show on the 26th, 27th or 28th July? Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the Trip Advisor Excellency Award for the last four consecutive years, is conveniently placed.

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Looking for somewhere to stay when visiting the Netley Marsh Steam Fair from the 22nd to the 24th July? Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the TripAdvisor Excellency Award for the last four consecutive years is only 2 minutes drive away!

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Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the Trip Advisor Excellency Award for four consecutive years, is the ideal location for a few days stay in the New Forest National Park. Easy to find, with brown directional signs from junction one of the M27, it is immediately opposite The Sir John Barleycorn 12th Century thatched restaurant for that candle lit evening meal. And Twin Oaks also has a breakfast award.  During the summer months an open top bus stops within a few yards of the Guest House and visits all the major attractions of the New Forest. There are also walks in the New Forest with its famous ponies from Twin Oaks and recognized cycle routes without having to negotiate any main roads. For car enthusiasts the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu is within easy reach and Twin Oaks is only 2 minutes drive from Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig World.

Trip Advisor Excellency Award Posted June 29, 2016

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Chris and Carol are delighted to have won the Trip Advisor Excellency Award for the fourth consecutive year and wish to thank all their guests for finding the time to write such good reviews. THANK YOU.

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There are still limited places available on Twin Oaks residential week-end photography course on the 9th, 10th & 11th April. Visit our website for more information.

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Twin Oaks Guest House, winner of the Trip Adviser Excellency Award in 2013, 2014 and 2015, is within easy reach of all the attractions of the New Forest. The Sir John Barleycorn, a twelve century thatched restaurant is immediately opposite for your candle lit evening meal and within three minutes walking from Twin Oaks one can be amongst the famous New Forest Ponies, pigs, cattle, donkeys, deer, peacocks, pheasants of the New Forest all roaming free within the cattle grid area of the National Park. For the younger Children Paultons Park, home of Pippa Pig World, is within two minutes drive. Or visit the National Motor Museum and Stately Home at Beaulieu. Hire Bicycles or book horse riding at Burley, with its curiosity shops and tea shops. Exbury Gardens are coming to life at this time of year and Butlers Hard is well worth a visit. The older children may wish to swing through the trees at “I Go Ape”. The beeches of Bournemouth, Historic Ship Yard and Spinnaker Tower of Portsmouth, Winchester Cathedral and Stone Hedge are all possible as half day trips. Where better to spend your Easter break?

PHOTOGRAPHY COURSE Posted February 24, 2016

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There are still limited places on Twin Oaks’ March Photography Course with the opportunity to develop your skills in the beautiful surroundings of the New Forest National Park and Solent.

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