This unique rustic shepherd's hut will offer you the quirky glamping experience you are looking for, with a view over fields grazed by deer, yet only minutes from the friendly market town of Ringwood, on the edge of the New Forest.
Ringwood is a traditional market town on the edge of the New Forest which has still retained much of its original character. The New Forest villages are full of tea shops, ice cream shops, donkeys and ponies and well worth a visit. If you prefer open space, we can recommend walks and quieter rural pubs in the forest too.There are also lots of family friendly attractions and things to do nearby.
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This unique and beautifully painted gypsy caravan is snuggled into a woodland area in our garden, overlooking the fields behind where deer and rabbits are frequently seen. Ideal booked alongside our shepherd's hut for a family with older children or two couples / families going away together.
My son and I stayed at Fernwood Glamping in their shepherds hut and it was absolutely fabulous. A lovely, peaceful setting in beautiful surroundings in the forest with everything close should you require i.e local village pubs, shops, restaurants, walks and very near the old village of Ringwood. The owners Jonathan and Rachel couldn't be more welcoming and nothing is too much trouble in what you want out of it and they are on hand should you need them for any information whatsoever. The grounds are lovely, extremely well kept and it has everything you could wish for: clean washroom facilities and a lovely double shower, a summerhouse with board games and tea and coffee making facilities, a fire pit which is lovely to sit round at dusk and into the evening and the hut has a lovely double bed with clean bedding and towels and a very warm wood burner that is well ventilated should you need it, also fairy lights and lanterns etc . So thanks again Rachel and Jonathan for a lovely stay that couldn't have been more perfect. It was lovely to meet you!
Nathan & Jo Gaymer, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex, September 2019