Luxury New Forest hotel The Montagu Arms has announced the appointment of new head chef Matthew Whitfield, who returns to the UK after working at one of the world’s top restaurants.
Matthew joins the award-winning Terrace restaurant fresh from the three-Michelin-Star Eleven Madison Park in New York – currently ranked fourth in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.
The famed EMP has been in the top five of the world’s restaurants
Renowed for its world class cuisine and charming English gardens, the hotel combines elegance with world class service to make your
Updated January 2019
Whether you're local to the New Forest area or planning to visit on holiday there are some brilliant events happening in 2019! Our guide below will give you a taste of the main events happening in the area including marathons, triathlons and cycling events, festivals and countryside shows. Diaries at the ready..!
Keep ahead of what's on this year by regularly visiting our comprehensive Events Calendar which is updated daily and…
Now the festivities are done and dusted, take a quiet moment out to plan for the New Year. If you’re anything like us, a ‘to do’ list - or several lists - follows you around and never seems to get any shorter!
Our New Year’s Resolution is to tick our 'to do' lists in 2019, with a little help from some of the fabulous businesses we have here in the New Forest and Lymington area…
In the aftermath of Christmas and for the next in our series of "Life Matters" articles, the Family Law team from Lester Aldridge raises the raw subject of abusive relationships and offers some constructive advice for anybody who is suffering from this invidious crime.
Spare a thought for the women and men suffering in silence at Christmas and all year round.
As most people over the Christmas holiday enjoy the opportunity to treat their loved…
Lots of people will have decided that 2018 is a year to put well and truly behind them. Plus, right now you may be feeling remorse after too much indulgence over Christmas!
For a variety of reasons you may be thinking about New Year resolutions to improve your life, set goals or achieve an aspiration.
Here are 10 steps we’d like to share, for turning…
Written by the owners of Bartley Barn New Forest , a self catering holiday cottage with far reaching, west facing views including glorious sunsets, on the open forest near Hatchet Pond in the historic “squatters” village of East Boldre.
You’ve arrived in the New Forest, discovering en route that the ponies, cows and donkeys roam very freely - including onto the roads.
You’ve unpacked at your hotel, B&B or self catering holiday cottage and sorted your…
The New Forest and Solent shore are perfect for dog walks and it's little wonder that the area attracts many visitors and locals with four-legged friends. In fact the New Forest is doggy heaven for well behaved dogs!
This summer and autumn, dog owners have had the opportunity to nominate businesses in the New Forest that they consider to be really dog friendly. The competition ran until Wednesday 31st October and we are delighted to announce the winners!
New Forest hotels, Careys Manor and the Montagu Arms, are celebrating after receiving top honours in the prestigious Beautiful South Awards where between them they scooped four awards.
Run by Tourism South East, the awards recognise excellence within the tourism industry and this year saw The Terrace Restaurant at the Montagu Arms awarded Gold for Restaurant/Bistro of the Year and silver for Small Hotel/Boutique Accommodation of the Year.
Careys Manor went on to be awarded bronze in
With the colder months upon us it’s a great time to experience the warmth and care of a friendly, relaxing care home - whilst making new friends at what can be a lonely time of the year. Whether recovering from a spell in hospital, hoping for companionship and warmth over the winter months, or simply wanting to give your career (and yourself) a break, a short stay in one of Colten Care's homes could be just…
The Camino de Santiago (Latin: Peregrinatio Compostellana, "Pilgrimage of Compostela"; Galician: O Camiño de Santiago), is a network of pilgrims' ways or pilgrimages leading to the shrine of the apostle Saint James the Great in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia in northwestern Spain, where tradition has it that the remains of the saint are buried. Many follow its routes as a form of spiritual path or retreat for their spiritual growth. It is also popular with hiking and cycling enthusiasts and organized tour groups.
LTSC Member Vanessa Helps will recount her experience of walking The Camino from St Jean Pied de Port in France, over the Pyrenees to Santiago de Compostela.
Why do so many people do this amazing walk? There are so many reasons and Vanessa will share hers and those of some of the people she met along the way.
What is the Camino like as a walking route? For those considering it Vanessa will give her honest appraisal.
The talk will be illustrated with plenty of slides.
Bar and supper available from 6pm - no pre-booking.
For Members a Contribution of £2.50 is requested for the talk; £3.50 for non Members.
Proceeds to Alzheimer's Research and Winstons Wish
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