The proud parents are keeping a close eye on their adorable brood and the alpacas in the neighbouring field are also on watch.
Visitors to the golf and equestrian centres have been stopping to have a look and take snaps of the pint-sized cygnets.
The pond is just by the entrance to the estate that is situated opposite Bournemouth International Airport.
Daryl Dampney, manager of Parley Golf Centre, said: “The cygnets are very sweet and are proving quite a draw.
“The parents live on the pond and are very proud and protective.
“Quite often we have cygnets and it always heralds the start of summer.
“In the neighbouring field are our alpacas and they tend to keep off predators, so hopefully these cygnets will turn into beautiful swans.”
Pic caption: The cygnets
Notes to editors:
Parley Golf Centre in Dorset is set within a beautiful 800 acre farming estate next to the River Stour close to Bournemouth Airport.
It is home to the 17th century Parley Manor and to Parley Equestrian Centre. Wildlife includes roe deer, badgers, foxes and a pair of rare Grey Partridges. And you are likely to see a family of alpacas roaming around too!
Parley Golf Centre opened in 1991 as a six-hole course, but quickly expanded to nine holes and a 27-bay, floodlit driving range was added.
Currently the site is being transformed into a centre of excellence (which does not affect the course). When completed it will be twice its current size.
The nine-hole course is being rebuilt with carefully configured tees allowing for a round of 18 with a total distance of 5,111 yards.
Indoors will be further putting facilities as well as other innovations to accompany the popular café/bar.
There will be a private room with a driving bay that will include seating and will be available for hire and for business meetings.
Head greenkeeper Ian Noble is assisted by Mark Gregory and John Morey.
Resident professionals include Chris Brook, Marcus Urbye, and Peter Thompson.
For more information contact Ed Baker at Deep South Media on 01202 534487 or 07788392965
Notes to journalists
Parley Equestrian Centre was launched in 2009 and has an excellent reputation amongst dressage riders and show jumpers. The centre is run by equestrian expert Jane Wyatt who has led two horses to victory in the national Horse of the Year competition.
The centre is set within a beautiful 800 acre farming estate next to the River Stour, which is home to the 17th century Parley Manor and to Parley Golf Centre.
Facilities include a competition-level floodlit 60m by 40m Turfloat all-weather arena with mirrors and an irrigation system, British Showjumping jumps and a commentators’ box. There’s also a 20 metre lunge pen and 47 stables with full or partial livery service available.
The centre is regularly used for both British Showjumping and unaffiliated showjumping competitions.
A second outdoor school acts as a warm up arena ahead of competitions.
There’s also a floodlit lorry park.