You needn’t be a James Bond fan to enjoy a weekend break in the New Forest but if you are, we have just the thing. The all-new Bond in Motion, No Time To Die exhibit at Beaulieu Motor Museum is a must-see and just one of the reasons to visit.
The franchise’s latest film sees James Bond enjoying retirement in Jamaica before he’s embroiled in a perilous mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist, with unanticipated consequences. A return to all things classic Bond including gadgets and cars, No Time to Die doesn’t disappoint when it comes to delivering action, romance, and espionage.
The Bond in Motion, No Time To Die exhibition at Beaulieu Motor Museum will be on show until November 2022 and showcases nine iconic pieces from the latest 007 film, including Bond's silver birch Aston Martin DB5 and the Aston Martin V8, the Q-enhanced Omega Seamaster Diver 300M watch, and the spectacular full-size folding-wing glider.
Not only will a New Forest hotel break allow you time to peruse this new and exclusive Bond display, but your ticket gives you access to Beaulieu Motor Museum’s other exhibits and attractions including the National Motor Museum, World of Top Gear, Little Beaulieu, Beaulieu Abbey, Palace House and the beautiful grounds and gardens. The Palace House having been a Montagu family home since 1538; a beautiful Victorian country house full of heritage and character, particularly beautiful when decorated for the festive season.
A visit to Beaulieu means any family members or partners not quite ready to commit to a solely 007-based New Forest break can rest assured that there’s more to it than meets the eye.
Bond won’t be the only thing to steal your attention because whilst you stay at The Montagu Arms Hotel you will experience luxury accommodation, gourmet cuisine, exceptional service and cocktails made your way – it’s a weekend that walks in 007’s shoes, except this attraction never ends.
Many fans would argue that a Bond film is incomplete without the proudly British Aston Martin, of which there are four in the latest film, but we would argue that no winter is complete without a break away in the New Forest with dining at The Terrace Restaurant; the sophistication, elegance and innovation of Head Chef Matthew Whitfield’s menu would have even Q’s head turning.
With nature as his muse and seasonality his guide, Matthew exquisitely crafts every menu from his New Forest larder, his kitchen garden, and the nearby coast, inviting you to enjoy a dining break created for foodies, and one that promises to be a smooth escape from the norm.
Choose a New Forest short break at the Montagu Arms to shake, stir, and revive you this winter.
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