Burley village is surrounded by the New Forest National Park. It is a very beautiful area. The area here is 50% ancient forest with towering trees and 50% heathery heathland. Ponies and cattle live wild in the area and wander the roads and village centre as they wish.
The area here is half ancient forest, with towering trees, streams and gentle hills, and half heathery open and big skies.
It’s well worth a visit to this particularly eccentric village, famed for its ‘white witch’. We love the ice-cream shop, the excellent butcher and deli. The local White Buck pub is well respected for food and drink.
The golf course is one of the oddest in Britain. It sits directly in the National Park and ponies graze the greens, sometimes pigs too. Eccentric? Certainly!