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Things to see and do in Burley

The fascination of Burley lies in its combination of places to visit and explore and activities for the whole family. For your enjoyment, the village offers a wide selection of unique shops, Quaint Tea Rooms, a Cider Farm with free cider tasting, Traditional Inns and pubs, hand made confectionery, Wagonette rides (in season), Deer Safari (in season), Witchcraft, Bike Hire, Forest Walks, Horse Riding, Golf Course and famous Burley Ice Cream.

Have you purchased your Brand New Forest Card yet? This innovative scheme enables card holders to benefit from significant discounts when you shop or enjoy activities in Burley, including Cycle Hire. Just look out for the Brand New Forest logo on the entries for the various member businesses in the village.

New Forest Deer Safari

New Forest Deer Safari

A unique educational deer safari in Burley Park. Open Bank Holiday Monday's and weekend's during the summer holiday. Also shepherds hut holidays at the beautiful Sopley Lake.

Forest Leisure Cycling

Forest Leisure Cycling

Traffic free New Forest cycle hire, with rides for all ages and abilities. Stunning New Forest cycle routes. New and used cycle sales, accessories and cycle repairs. Free parking and online booking.

Tel:01425 403584

Web:New Forest Cycle Hire

Burley Wagon Rides

Burley Wagon Rides

Leisurely wagon rides taking you on quiet lanes around Burley.

Tel:07786 371 843

Web:www.wagonrides.co.uk

Burley Manor Stables

Horse riding

The Riding Stables, behind Burley Manor Hotel. Rides out onto the Forest.

Burley Golf Club

Burley Golf Club

Challenging 9 Hole Golf Course.

Tel:01425 402431

Web:www.burleygolfclub.co.uk

Local attractions in the New Forest & Surrounding Areas

With Burley located in Hampshire but not too far from the Dorset border you will be able to benefit from attractions situated in the countryside and seaside towns to the Jurassic coastline of Dorset.