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Previously the main market town for the whole of the New Forest, Ringwood’s busy streets have seen many a barter throughout the centuries. With its trading charter dating back to 1226, this clearly made for thirsty work, as Ringwood once had the highest population of pubs per head in olde England!
Since Medieval times beer has been in plentiful supply to the area, as the River Avon and surrounding barley, has lent itself perfectly to brewing. Paying homage to this heritage, and helping to water locals since 1978, Ringwood Brewery (open for tours) is the well-known and loved modern supplier of ales such as Old Thumper and Boon Doggle.
The River Avon is a great source of entertainment in more ways than one. Take in the scenic sights from its three-arched stone bridge or wander on the Avon Valley Path that links up to other New Forest villages and towns on a 34 mile route.
If you want to rest and relax, Ringwood has a great selection of places to eat, drink and shop, and the bustling Wednesday morning market is well worth a visit!
The quaint and tranquil village of Burley may look like it is the epitome of quintessential rural living, but its serene scenery has also witnessed scandalous goings on in its time!
Smugglers and highwaymen were once the bread and butter for the infamous Queens Head pub during the 17th Century. During renovations work, a hidden cellar was discovered under the bar floor, brimming with loot including pistols, bottles and coins.
The famous white witch Sybil Leek was also a Burley resident in the 1950’s, but her long black cloak, pet jackdaw -Mr Hotfoot, and eccentric ways led to so much attention
that she fled to America.
Rest assured that todays locals are much more friendly, making it a great place to enjoy the New Forest experience! Wagon rides through leafy lanes and horse or cycle rides through the forest are a great way to explore the area whilst a collection of quirky shops, proper pubs and indulgent tea rooms really let you unwind!