Gaddens, is a large country house, built during the Arts and Craft Period in the 1920s/30s. It is set in 20 acres of the National Park. Bring your camera and walking shoes as the area is full of wildlife and Rhododendrons and Azaleas burst forth in the Spring.
Chris and Jayne Edwards own Gaddens, where Jayne runs the sewing club and assists with the couture sewing courses, and Chris is on hand to help troubleshoot your stay. The house is built with two wings and the West Wing is used as your self contained home.
For those of you not too familiar with the English Countryside, The New Forest is right in the South of England roughly in the middle!
English History of 1066 tells us that William the Conqueror beat the English King at Hastings. When he became King, he made The New Forest his hunting ground! To this day it is still preserved largely as it was with deer and other animals free to roam. (they just no longer hang you if you eat the Venison!)