Hill Place

Welcome to Hill Place, Swanmore, a Georgian country villa set within 20 acres of parkland. The ideal venue for your exclusive use, wedding, house party or event.
Captain Roger Martin bought the tithing of Hill in 1753 from the neighboring Midlington estate with the money he gained on capturing two Spanish galleons in 1741. On his death, the estate passed to his niece and then to her son, Richard Goodlad. It is thought that the house was built by him with money made while working for the East India Company.
Hill Place first appears on maps in 1791 with Richard Goodlad returning from …

Avington Park

Avington Park is the most prestigious stately home in beautiful surroundings.
The estate is first mentioned in the Domesday Book and has been altered in intervening years. Both Charles II and George VI stayed at Avington.
Today Avington Park is a magnificent family home available for exclusive hire. Three superbly decorated rooms and two 19th-century conservatories flanking a pillared orangery are available for business and private use.
The grandest room is the Ballroom on the first floor, with a magnificent painted ceiling and huge mirrors. The Library has painted panels and …


Beaulieu has been home to the Montagu family since 1538, when Palace House was created from the Great Gatehouse of 13th-century Beaulieu Abbey.
The Abbey  was founded in 1204 on land gifted by King John to the Cistercian monks. From the beautiful fan-vaulted ceilings of the Lower Drawing Room and Dining Hall, you can clearly see its monastic origins.
Today, Palace House is part of the Beaulieu attraction which sits at the head of the beautiful Beaulieu River in the heart of the New Forest.
Beaulieu is home to the National Motor Museum, which tells the story of motoring with a …