The New Forest Pocket Guide e-book

All you need to learn about the New Forest in a handy e-book fully loaded with over 200 pages of useful and interesting content all about this fantastic part of the country. The epub file will be simply emailed to your phone/tablet/e-book reader where you can save it for safe keeping and browse at your leisure from anywhere (without the need for internet access).

The ad free pages contain genuine impartial advice about what to do and see, where to eat and drink and much much more.

Whether it's your first visit or your 100th, you will certainly learn something new and discover many exciting things to do and see in and around the New Forest.


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"This e-book made my holiday, it was great to be able to read regardless of internet access. I never would have found such fantastic walks and pubs without this local guide!" - Thomas G, Devon


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What's in the New Forest Pocket Guide E-Book?

See some sample pages from the E-book below:
 
Lyndhurst
"For first-time visitors, Lyndhurst is the place to head for. In the main car park, just off the High Street, is the New Forest Museum -an excellent place to spend an hour or so and learn a bit about life in the Forest, past and present. The narrow High Street has a wide variety of businesses; souvenier shops, boutiques, estate agents, a couple of pubs, a supermarket, a petrol station and a Maserati/Ferrari dealership can all be found in the space of a few hundred metres!"

Bike-hire
"There are several major shops for bike hire in and around the New Forest, giving you the chance to enjoy some great New Forest cycling across over one hundred miles of way-marked cycle routes."

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