Luxury New Forest Villages and the Isle of Wight
5 nights / 6 days self- guided cycling tour
Price: £995 per person based on two people sharing a room
Start & finish: Starts Sundays and is circular from Burley. Burley is a short taxi ride from Brockenhurst station which is 1.5 hours from London by train. It is also close to Bournemouth airport.
Accommodation: 2 quite charming boutique hotels and an old manor house. Click on the images on the itinerary page to view hotels.
Click here for a look at the classic version of this tour.
Cycling mileage: . 3 days of cycling 13 - 20 miles (21 - 32 km) per day and 1 day of optional cycling.
Grade out of 5 based on distance and elevation: 1
Terrain: Flattish .
Traffic free: 70%; very low traffic on the rest
The New Forest National Park lies at the heart of this tour with its vast forests, heaths and pastureland where deer, ponies, and pigs have the right to roam. Tucked into the peaceful landscape are pretty villages and charming estuaries where maritime history abounds. And just off the coast lies the delightfully English, Isle of Wight.
Using awesome gravel tracks through the forest and disused railway lines, much of this tour is free of traffic and leaves plenty of time to explore. Discover: forest life and villages at Burley, Brockenhurst and Beaulieu with its fine estate and Motor Museum, maritime delights at Buckler’s Hard and Lymington, the Isle of Wight experience and the charms of Yarmouth where your ferry arrives. We hope you will return !
- Extend the tour to include the Dorset coast by taking our 8 night tour - Isles, Coast and New Forest
- Extend the tour to Salisbury and Stonehenge by adding our Stonehenge and New Forest tour
Booking: Fill in the Reservation form
Payment: 30% on booking and the remainder 60 days before the tour starts.
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