The picturesque village of Bransgore is located within the New Forest and Hampshire, and about four miles from Christchurch and the coast. The village dates back in recorded history to the 1730s, but was developed in the 19th Century, when the church and school were built.
Bransgore has a variety of essential shops and services within the centre, including a post office, pharmacy, greengrocer and bakery. The village is also home to 3 brilliant pubs, a great recreation ground and hosts lots of great community events.
Bransgore is home to the Friends of the New Forest Airfields, an aviation heritage museum which offers an array of interesting memorabilia and artefacts from the airfields in WW2.
Just down the road from Bransgore, you’ll find Sopley Farm, which is a great day out for everyone! Here you can pick your own berries and vegetables, see the sunflowers, visit the farm shop and enjoy a refreshment from the café.
For places to stay in and around Bransgore, book in to stay at Harrow Wood Farm – a lovely camping and caravan park set in 80 acres of land, with its own fishing lake. Or, choose a self catering break. Stay for the week or the weekend at Heathfield Estate, offering luxury self catering holidays for 2-12 people in their stunning cottages! Burley Wagon Ride Holidays are also located within the district of Bransgore, offering breaks with your horses. They have two mobile homes to choose from, both with access to turn outs for horses!