The Woolpack is situated on the edge of the New Forest and a stones throw away from Bournemouth, on the banks of the river Avon in the picturesque village of Sopley.
In and around Sopley
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The Avon valley walk is over 30 miles that reach from Salisbury to Christchurch running through farmers fields and river banks. The river Avon is teaming with wildlife and thought to contain more species of fish than any other British river. The walk stretches straight past the Woolpack and is popular for a brief stop off for lunch. Muddy boots and dogs welcome!
Places to visit
- St Michael and All Angels Parish Church
- Auld mother Hubbards B&B – 0202 056302
- Forest Yurts, Sopley Farm, 01425 462522
Things to do in the New Forest:
With over 8 miles of sandy beaches, stretching from Sandbanks, over looking Poole harbour to Hengistbury Head.
Places to go in Bournemouth:
Christchurch was previously named Christchurch Twyneham. Twyneham meaning ‘between the waters’. Christchurch lies on a triangle site, sandwiched between the river Avon and the river Stour, thus ‘between the waters’.
Things to do in Christchurch: