Thursday 18th June – Sunday 21st June 2020 (3 Nights )
Nr Fordingbridge, Hampshire SP6 2DF
Site Fee £9.00 Per Unit Night, Extra adults £ 3.50 PPPN
Opens 11:30am Close 3pm
Updated information Line: 07526 937439
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All meets that we book have Fresh Cold running water and an Elsan point for emptying Cassette Toilets.
(Map Ref. 184/154191)
From M27 Jct1 take the B3078 to Fordingbridge and follow Salisbury Road and signs for Salisbury through Fordingbridge town Centre. Continue to join the A338 North towards Salisbury. Breamore village in about 1.75 Miles. At Village Hall there is a Breamore House sign on left hand side of road directing you to turn left in to unnamed road. After 0.25 mile fork right at Breamore House sign, old red brick house with stone surround windows in fork. Continue up lane for 0.3 miles. At top of lane is sign for Church, follow diagonally right and field gate is immediately on right.
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Breamore House is an Elizabethan manor house noted for its fine collection of paintings and furniture and situated in Breamore, just north of Fordingbridge, Hampshire, England. Breamore House was completed in 1583 by the Dodington family.
Set in its own beautiful parkland amid surrounding farms and fields, the grandeur and magnificence of the house has changed little over the past 400 years.
The magnificent Elizabethan Manor House overlooks the Avon Valley on the edge of the New Forest, just north of Fordingbridge. The house was completed in 1583 and looks today much as it would have done to its’ original owners.
Visitors can enjoy seeing a wide variety of paintings as well as tapestries, porcelain, 17th Century needlework and a rare James 1 carpet. There are also fine examples of period furniture in the house.
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