The Rising Sun
New Milton, The New Forest
In our bar and dining room, food is served all day from noon until 9.00pm, with a menu ranging from light snacks to 3 course meals — anything from freshly cut sandwiches, hot snacks and ploughmans to freshly baked pies, grills and vegetarian dishes.
There is also a Daily Specials Board, and popular roast lunches are available on Sundays.
In the warmer months, be sure to take advantage of our attractive terraced area, which overlooks the centre of the village.
We are open for morning coffee from 9am daily.
The Burley Inn is a short drive from historic places such as Rufus Stone, Beaulieu Abbey (and motor museum) and Bucklers Hard.
Not only was Burley on the main smuggling route from the port to the south, but also has a history connection with witches (as the local shops demonstrate) indeed it was as recent as 1950 that Sybil Leek, a self-confessed white witch lived in the village.
She was often seen walking around the village in a long, black cloak with her pet jackdaw resting on her shoulder.
Unfortunately, because her attire fitted the image of a wicked 'black' witch, the locals were upset by her presence and she decided to live in America where she continued writing many books on the occult and astrology, including "Diary of a Witch".
One of the gift shops was named by her and has her picture hanging by the old Jacobean fireplace inside.
There are ten rooms with twin, double, single and deluxe double all avaliable. Every room is en-suite and equipped with televisions, hairdryers, clock radio and tea & coffee making facilities.
Right in the heart of the Village and the New Forest, Burley has plenty of interesting history and shops to visit.
Slightly further afield you have Beaulieu Abbey Church and the Beaulieu National Motor Museum are 15 miles from the property. The historic Buckler’s Hard is a 30-minute drive away.
How To Book
We take booking for accomodation over the phone by calling 01425 403448 or online via the link below.Book Online