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The New Forest, Hampshire

The New Forest, Hampshire

Places To Visit

South East England has something to offer all ages, whether you're looking for a UK short break, summer holiday or somewhere close to London for a quick escape. Stunning scenery, historical sites and coastal countryside make it an ideal setting for exploring, while shopping addicts will make a beeline for our stylish boutiques and designer outlets.

Counties, Cities, Towns and Villages

The South East counties of Buckinghamshire, Kent, Surrey and Berkshire surround Greater London, making days out in England's capital popular among our guests. But miles and acres of delightful coastline and countryside, historic Oxford and Winchester, cosmopolitan Brighton, sandy beaches of Bournemouth, the naval centres of  Portsmouth and Southampton, mean that London is just one of many options.

Once you've decided on the ideal location, why not plan your visit with our extensive Travel Information pages offering plenty of choice and convenience for getting around South East England.

Northmoor

Northmoor

A small village, close to the River Thames, handy for Oxford, and south east of Witney. Tucked away off the beaten track with plenty of walks. The...

Northmoor

Northmoor

A small village, close to the River Thames, handy for Oxford, and south east of...

Ramsgate

Ramsgate

Ramsgate is home to the only ‘Royal’ Harbour in the country and has a sparkling...

Shoreham-by-Sea

Shoreham-by-Sea

Shoreham-by-Sea, is a historic town with a centre which reflects the architecture of...

Ascott under Wychwood

Ascott under Wychwood

The village of Ascott under Wychwood, taking its name from the ancient Wychwood...

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