Our farm stretches between the villages
of Moyles Court, Ibsley and Rockford.

We are approximately 1.5 miles from Ringwood.

For Sat Nav / Maps - please use this post code :

BH24 3NF

Our local New Forest to ride on:

We have several gates with direct access from the farm straight out onto the open New Forest. Our nearest areas are called Rockford Common, Linwood, Ibsley and then Ogdens, hyde, Frogham and Gorley. These are each unique and spell-bindingly beautiful, with open heathland and spectacular views.









Our nearest pubs to ride to:

There are 5 brilliant, classic New Forest pubs near to us, that you can walk / ride / cycle or if you prefer drive to! They are all very old, serving locals and visitors alike for hundreds of years. They all serve food and are well recommended. All of these pubs are used to people arriving on horse and most have an area to tie-up outside.













Bring your horse on holiday to the New Forest

An area of outstanding natural beauty - The New Forest gives you 14,500 acres of open forest heaths, ancient woodlands and unspoilt landscape to ride out on. Originally declared a protected land by William the Conqueror in 1079, it was the King's hunting ground to hunt Red, Rose and Fallow Deer. The New Forest was protected from the Agricultural Revolution and so was never split up into small-farms, but kept as common land for those who live here.

Today the wild ponies and cattle still roam freely across the Forest as they have for almost 1,000 years, owned by people who live in the New Forest, known as commoners. You may see some of our very own New Forest ponies that we 'common', sheltering under an Oak tree outside the farm..

The New Forest is well known for its character old English pubs, some dating back over 250 years. There are many pretty villages and quaint hamlets to explore, as well as access to Ringwood (5 minutes) and Bournemouth and Salisbury are in around 30 minutes by car, not that you'll want to leave the forest!.

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