The Anglo-Saxons established the market town of Ringwood in south-west Hampshire. With a market licence dating back to 1226, the town has hosted a weekly market since the Middle Ages. For centuries, Ringwood has been the main market town of the New Forest providing a great location to reserve a holiday rental in the Ringwood neighbourhood.
This region is strewn with old towns and villages that look almost completely untouched by time, mixing large cities, such as stately Oxford with rural jewels to explore. In this charming, unspoiled old town with both quaint and modern shops, street entertainment, restaurants, pubs, and cafés, reserve a room in a renovated farmhouse that offers the very essence of country charm an ideal location to book Rooms in local Ringwood hotels, apartments, and motels.
The town is a great place to start if you want to explore Ringwood Forest, the New Forest, the New Forest and Avon Valley on foot, horseback, or by bicycle. You can also go on great walks and hikes, learn about the local flora and fauna, and take part in fishing and other water sports.
Hotels, bed & breakfasts, and holiday rentals are all available in the Ringwood area. Whether you are looking for a house, condo, or apartment to rent in the Ringwood region, stay4you.com is the ideal place to start. You can call us or visit our website if you have any questions or would like to book a reservation or have a chat with the proprietor. If you're looking for an easy way to find inns, apartments, and hotels in Ringwood for an upcoming trip, Stay4you.com could be the best alternative to traditional hotel booking.
As a starting point for excursions throughout Hampshire, Ringwood is ideally located.
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To spend the day enjoying all types of water sports and land activities, including walking, cycling, and horseback riding, book a space in a caravan park in or near the New Forest, which is full of attractions for both adults and children. The New Forest has over 140,000 acres of heathland and woodlands.
The ponies, cattle, donkeys, and pigs that you see wandering the New Forest are all the property of locals known as "commoners," who are permitted to graze their animals on the open Forest all year long. In the New Forest, commoning has a long history that dates back to before the Norman Invasion in 1066. It has endured because William the Conqueror established the Forest as his personal hunting grounds and placed harsh regulations on the local populace.
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The South Coast's beautiful sandy beaches are only a 25-minute drive away and are perfect for a family trip since they provide something for everyone, no matter the weather, with independent shops, top-notch entertainment, history galore, and amazing parks and environment. No matter the weather, there will always be something to do.
Book a room in a charming Victorian self-catering holiday home that is tucked away on a no-through road just half a mile from Ringwood's town centre. This impressive holiday home combines modern conveniences with the charm and character of the time while still maintaining access to the A31, which connects with the M27 and M3 to the east to Southampton, Winchester, and beyond.
The neighbouring A31 provides access to the bigger seaside towns of Bournemouth, Southampton, and the M27 in the east, and London through the M3 beyond Southampton. Bournemouth Airport is to the northeast. Southampton Airport is an international airport that is situated in both Eastleigh and Southampton. Reserve a hotel in Bournemouth for a beach getaway with the family or a romantic Dorset getaway. Southampton and London's Waterloo Station are connected by swift direct trains. A bustling and dynamic city in its own right, with accommodations to suit all budgets and group sizes, this one is ideal for a staycation. Its rich history, contemporary culture, and burgeoning food scene make it a wonderful destination for your next city vacation.
Reserve a vacation home near the lovely Avon Valley and the market town of Ringwood, which has two leisure centres and a wide selection of independent and high-end boutiques, stores, cafes, and restaurants. Ringwood has a long history of a thriving hand knitting business up until the turn of the eighteenth century. Ringwood Brewery, where Fortyniner bitter is made, is located there. Trade resumed in the 1850s, and Ringwood gained notoriety for its "Ringwood" woollen gloves.
Reserve a holiday rental in the Ringwood neighbourhood to discover and see the UK's only natural World Heritage Site, together with the renowned interesting coastline full of geology and fossils, locally referred to as the "Jurassic Coastline," by making a reservation in a traditional English village among the exceptional natural beauty of Dorset making it a great place to stay and book rooms in local Ringwood hotels, apartments, and motels.. Choose a bed & breakfast in the centre of the New Forest National Park that offers all the comforts of home while still being close to the mainline station that connects to London Waterloo and the M3 and M27 highways.