WELCOME TO BURGATE MANOR FARM
Once a hunting ground of Kings the New Forest is a superb family holiday destination situated in central southern England. Now home to our self-catering holiday cottages and large converted barn, it is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Visitors to Burgate Manor Farm have free range access to the working farm and 230 acres of private grassland, woodland, streams and rivers. There are lots of tracks around the farm suitable for buggies, bikes and little legs to run along! The boundary of the farm is the River Avon and visitors staying with us have the opportunity to purchase fishing day tickets. You can meet our herd of cows and help feed our pigs, turkeys and chickens. If you are lucky you will spot our resident barn owls and kingfishers along with a myriad of other wildlife that can be found on the farm.
The Avon valley footpath runs through the farm, past the self catering holiday cottages and across the River Avon via our famous suspension bridge into the New Forest. From here you have access to 140,000 acres of National Park to roam and explore.
A short walk from the holiday cottages are paths through the New Forest. The small town of Fordingbridge is only 1 mile away with shops, restaurants and pubs.
The farm buildings have been lovingly renovated to create 7 self catering holiday cottages. The Granary barn is the largest sleeping 16/18 people. It has a huge living area with the capability to seat upto 48 people.
The smaller holiday cottages; Swan, Heron, Teal, Mallard, Grebe and Kingfisher are all situated around a courtyard. They vary in size with Grebe sleeping 4 and the largest cottage Mallard sleeping 8.
Burgate Manor Farm is a working farm which has been in the Stallard Family for over 100 years. It's idyllic location, with the banks of the River Avon as its boundary, creates a haven for wildlife. Barn owls, kingfishers, otters and roe deer can be spotted along with the resident cows, pigs, chickens and guinea fowl! The farm is located on the edge of the New Forest and has direct access to miles of national park footpaths, cycle paths and byways. Further afield, the historic city of Salisbury is just 20 minutes away and the sweeping beaches of the south coast can be reached in 30 minutes.