Welcome to Piggy Cottage, Mockbeggar, New Forest

Piggy Cottage is set in three acres within the New Forest National Park with direct access to the Forest. Situated on a ‘no through road’, it boasts probably one of the best locations in the north west side of the New Forest, in the small hamlet of Mockbeggar which is mentioned in the Heywood Sumner book. It is a hidden gem which nestles in a non-working farm courtyard with a thatched Grade II listed farmhouse which dates back to the 17th Century.

Whether your interest is walking, cycling, bird-spotting or just diving into local history, Mockbeggar is the ideal place for you and it is only a short journey to the beaches of Bournemouth, and historic Salisbury with its markets on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Ringwood, a market town, is only three miles away and has its own market on a Wednesday. There are so many places to visit, from garden centres to historic houses to museums. A true forest experience. You can collect fresh eggs from our rare breed chickens or stroll through donkeys, horses, cattle etc. to the local village farm shop to collect a newspaper and local organic produce.