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Given that Beaulieu houses the National Motor Museum (not to mention the Top Gear exhibition), it's only fitting to be getting there by car.
Beaulieu is very easy to reach from most places in the south of England, being located between Bournemouth and Southampton. From London, the easiest way is to follow the M25, turning off to M3, and from there onto M27. Take the second exit onto A36, and from there a number of smaller local B-roads will get you to the destination.
Beaulieu is very well signposted as a tourist attraction (brown/white signs), so no real need for a satnav. However, the location is showing up as a point of interest if you would prefer to take one. Or use the postcode SO42 7ZN.
Written Nov 6, 2011
Do not attempt to feed the donkeys at the river as they will follow you and butt you when you have run out of food. I have seen lots of tourists giving the donkeys bread that they have left over after feeding the ducks. I know this also from personal experience when I was chased up the road and into the local shop by one of them. I recovered to go and see the swans on the opposite side of the river, and one tried to attack me!!!!
It is, however, one of the most picturesque villages that you will see in Hampshire, and full of little quaint shops to visit.
Updated May 30, 2006