Farm and Village

The Sampson Family have lived at Hucklesbrook Farm since the 1890's.

new forest holiday cottage

The Farm nestles on the edge of the Avon Valley alongside the Hucklesbrook in the hamlet of South Gorley within the New Forest.  Since 2003 we have been delighted to welcome guests to Hucklesbrook Farm New Forest Holiday Cottages and to share our little corner of The New Forest.

new forest huckslebrook farm

cows at hucklesbrook farm

New Forest Holidays

hens at the holiday cottageAt Hucklesbrook Farm we have 1 pony and 3 horses, 6 hens and 2 ducks called Jemima and Hetty. Cattle can be seen grazing in the farm fields. Children  are welcome to collect the hen's eggs and have them for breakfast.

With direct access to the New Forest our holiday cottages are in an ideal location for walkers and cyclists.

games room and cycle storage

Storage for bicycles is available within the courtyard encompassing our new forest holiday cottages. There is also a games room with table football, table tennis, and a collection of other outdoor games.

The hens live in the old orchard by the stream that runs past the farm. In the old orchard you will find swings and a fort with a slide and sandpit provided by the active toy company.

outside play area

village life & country pubs

hockeys-farmOur New Forest Holiday Cottages are situated on the edge of the Hamlet of South and North Gorley. Enjoy a stroll down our drive and across the Village Green to Hockeys Farm Shop.  They are now selling fresh vegtables and fruit as well as newspapers, milk, eggs and much much more. Also on the other side of the Village Green you can take a steam train ride and pick seasonal strawberries and raspberries.


royal-oakThe Royal Oak
, the local pub, is fifteen minutes walk away. It offers good food, local ales, and plenty of character. We provide all our cottages with torches, so walking back at night is no
problem.

 
 

forest food

For a taste of the New Forest take a 40 minute cross country walk over Gorley Common to the Hyde Shop and the Hyde Out Tea Rooms