Beaulieu- 20 Minutes from Chewton Glen - The motor vehicle collection in the National Motor Museum remains one of Beaulieu's most famous attractions with more than 250 on show from every motoring era including world and speed record breakers and large motoring oddities such as a giant orange on wheels.
Visitors can see the magnificent rooms and treasures of Palace House - Lord Montagu's family home since 1538, where history comes alive with real Victorian characters. The 13th Century Abbey features a video presentation and an exhibition of the daily life of its Cistercian monk founders, leading into the picturesque serenity of its Cloisters and Herb Garden.
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Bucklers Hard- 25 Minutes from Chewton Glen - This historic village on the banks of the Beaulieu River is where ships for Nelson's fleet were built. A Maritime Museum reflects the shipbuilding history of the village. Displays in the historic cottages recreate 18th century life in the village.
You can go into the New Inn of 1793 and a shipwright's cottage of the same period, or look in on the family of a poor labourer master builder, at work. You can cruise on the Beaulieu River during the summer in 'Swiftsure' the all-weather catamaran cruiser or stroll along the River Walk.
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Stonehenge- 1 hour from Chewton Glen - Situated around 1 hour from the Hotel by car is Stonehenge. The great and ancient stone circle of Stonehenge is one of the wonders of the world. What visitors see today are the substantial remnants of the last in a sequence of such monuments erected between circa 3000BC and 1600BC.
There has always been intense debate over quite what purpose Stonehenge served. Certainly, it was the focal point in a landscape filled with prehistoric ceremonial structures, now a World Heritage Site.
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Chewton Glen: a luxury country house hotel set in
130 acres of Hampshire countryside on the edge
of the New Forest National Park and the sea.
The National Motor Museum remains
one of Beaulieu's most famous
The Bucklers Hard Maritime Museum
reflects the shipbuilding history of
the local community.
The great and ancient stone circle
of Stonehenge is one of the
wonders of the world.