is a Small, Picturesque Village in
the middle of the New Forest countryside.
It is a popular destination and the village can get overrun with tourists in the summer.
The 17th century Queen's Head pub in the village
is a popular place to visit and a past haunt of local smugglers.
During renovation work a cellar was uncovered and a stash of
pistols and coins were found.
Burley has a connection with witches, in the late
1950s resident Sybil Leek, a well-known white witch, lived here
and wandered through the village with her pet jackdaw. Many of
the gift shops now sell witch-related gifts.
Village activities include Bike
Hire and Wagon