New Milton is a market town situated in southwest Hampshire, England. The northern part of its civil parish lies in the New Forest, while the south touches the coast at Barton-on-Sea. This makes it a prime location for visitors, with several holiday parks, campsites and guesthouses located nearby.

One popular pastime is to have an Afternoon Tea in New Milton. If this is to your taste, you’ve chosen exceptionally well. Come and explore today – and treat yourself to a nice lunch!

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New Milton dates back (albeit in a different form) to the Anglo-Saxon era. By the time of the Domesday Book of 1086, a manor of Milton had been established here. Centuries later, in 1303, attempts were made to create a market town, initially resulting in failure.

Significant changes took place following the arrival of the railway in 1888, which brought about major development to the settlement. It was during this period that the name “New Milton” was used for the first time, which was officially accepted by 1896.

Today, New Milton has earned its place as a delightful market town boasting many activities. It makes for the perfect base for exploring the forest, hiking, cycling and enjoying nearby beaches. Perhaps best of all, there are several Afternoon Tea New Milton establishments well worth your time.