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Sustainability

We live in the most beautiful corner of the New Forest and are passionate about protecting it and supporting local business owners. 

We encourage all of our visitors to bring refillable water bottles and coffee cups. Local businesses are very happy to refill drinks to reduce plastic waste.

Car Free arrival to Burgate Manor Farm

Train

The nearest Train station is Salisbury. You would then need to get the X3 Bus service from Salisbury to the farm. The bus stops at the bottom of the drive.

Alternatively, there is also a train station at Bournemouth and you can get the X3 bus from Bournemouth to our farm. Again the bus stops at the bottom of the drive. 

Link to X3 bus time table here

Bus

The National Express buses stop in Ringwood and in Salisbury. From these bus stops, we are just a short ride away on the X3 bus (see timetable above).

Car-less Holidays

If you wanted have a rest from driving on your holiday, it would be very easy to explore the local area using public transport, on bikes or on foot.

The X3 Bus provides a daily half hourly service between Salisbury and Bournemouth fro the end of the drive. It stops in Fordingbridge and in Ringwood. (See timetable above)

To explore further a field, we have the New Forest open top bus which provides a 'hop on, hop off' service around the New Forest. This service is seasonal, the closest stop is in the centre of Fordingbridge and timetable can be viewed here.

Alternatively, if you would like to explore the area on bike or foot we have a selection of maps available for your to borrow of the local area showing cycle paths and footpaths.

You can also view a selection of cycle routes on the New Forest website here.

The Avon Valley footpath runs right through the farm. The footpath starts at Salisbury Cathedral and finishes at Christchurch. To help your plan your work, look at the website here

 

New Forest Code

The New Forest is a great place to visit for walking, dog walking, cycling and horse riding for everyone. When you’re out in the forest and are enjoying the beautiful surroundings and the rich wildlife, please help us to care for this very special place.

Shop Local

We are lucky to have lots of wonderful independent shops locally and would encourage our visitors to use them to support our local area.

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