Bucklers Hard :
Unmissable tourist sites
Bucklers Hard Travel guide
Bucklers Hard : Michelin's recommendations
The charming hamlet comprises a single, very wide street, lined with 18C cottages running down to the River Beaulieu. Around 1740 the village became a shipbuilding centre for the Portsmouth Royal Dockyard. It declined when iron replaced wood in the shipbuilding industry. In the 20C, Buckler's Hard attracted numerous yachtsmen, notably Francis Chichester (1901-1972), whose circumnavigation of the world began and ended in this little port.
Tourist attractions Bucklers Hard : Things to see and do
Bucklers Hard Beaulieu GB - Bucklers Hard SO42 7XB
The Maritime Museum illustrates numerous aspects of life and work in Bucklers Hard in the 18C with reconstructed interiors of two cottages and an inn, furnished in the style of the 1790s.
Hotels Bucklers Hard
Bucklers Hard GB - Beaulieu SO42 7XB
Set on the banks of the Beaulieu River within New Forest National Park, this hotel offers an AA Rosette restaurant and luxurious rooms, just 10 minutes’ drive from Beaulieu Palace. Individually designed with original historic fireplaces and beautifu..