Around and about the Filly Inn

Walks in the New Forest take you back in time over 900 years. In 1079 William the Conquerer declared a large area of land as his own hunting ground, driving away people and destroying villages. This has resulted in giving us beautiful and interesting walks in approximately 120 square miles of heathland and woodland.

These walks are based round the Filly Inn. You are welcome to leave your car in our large carpark as you walk off your lunch.

Length of the walks can vary, depending on which bridlepath you follow. They may be on gravel paths or on rough and muddy footpaths. If you have a favourite walk in our area why not send it to us?