Things to do and see

Beaulieu Beaulieu is a lovely un-spoilt village within the family owned Beaulieu Estate including the world famous National Motor Museum, home to a stunning collection of automobiles telling the history of motoring through modern rally cars and F1 Grand Prix machines, Palace House, home of the Montagu family, historic Beaulieu Abbey which was founded in 1204 by Cistercian Monks.
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The Forest Home
pub restaurant
The Forest Home pub restaurant is very popular for good food and drinks and is just a short walk from the Four Seasons. The Forest Home
West Quay WestQuay is a shopping centre in Southampton, which contains around a 150 shops, including major retailers such as, John Lewis, Marks and Spencer, Zara, Schuh, Waterstone's, Hollister Co., Bank, Apple, and many more top brand names. There is also a built in multi storey car park with an entrance into the centre along with a 3 tier car park beneath. West Quay
Convenience Store with Post Office There is a local convenience supermarket store just two doors along the road. Here you will find a sub Post Office, ATM cash machine (indoor), provisions, newspapers, wine, beer and most other household items. Convenience Store with Post Office
Hythe Town Hythe centre is about a mile away and has a wide range of interesting shops. There is also a large pleasure craft marina. You are free to walk around the marina - there are seats with superb views up and down Southampton Water where there are always ships and yachts coming and going. The liners Arcadia and Queen Mary 2 regularly berth here.
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The Hythe Ferry The Hythe Ferry is an experience not to be missed; it provides a short, half hourly service across the river to Southampton, with only a short walk or free bus to the city centre. The ferry berths at the end of a long pier on the Hythe side. You are transported from the quayside along the pier to the ferry on an ancient narrow gauge railway. The Hythe Ferry
The New Forest National Park The New Forest National Park is just a mile or so to the west, The New Forest is an area of southern England which includes one of the largest remaining tracts of unenclosed pasture land, heathland and forest. New Forest National Park
Bucklers Hard The exciting Maritime Museum and Buckler’s Hard Story gives an insight into the history of this 18th century shipbuilding village focusing on its vessels including those built for Nelson's Navy. Take a trip on the river or a walk beside the riverbank for an opportunity to see some of the abundant wildlife that inhabits its banks. Buckler's Hard has been voted by Visit England as one of the '101 Things To Do Before You Go Abroad'. Bucklers Hard
Calshot Spit Calshot Spit is just a few miles south of the Four Seasons. The spit marks the point where Southampton Water meets the Solent on the western side. There is a sports activity centre here which includes some awesome indoor climbing walls. Calshot Castle can be visited during the summer months. There is long shingle beach at Calshot and fine views across the Solent to the Isle of Wight. This is a great place to watch yacht racing in the Solent.
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