As you approach this forest retreat you begin to appreciate the beauty of the vast surroundings and stunning panoramic views. The hotel rests in the middle of these open heathlands. The warm, red-brick hotel in Beaulieu is just minutes from Beaulieu Road Station, a remote country railway stop.
After being greeted by the friendly staff at the Beaulieu Hotel, sink into one of the sofas in the bar and admire the sweeping views of the national park. This New Forest accommodation is in an area where the wild ponies outnumber the human inhabitants. Enjoy afternoon tea in the cosy lounge before taking a dip in the heated leisure pool or relaxing in the steam room. A get afeel for the atmosphere before your stay by viewing our photo gallery.
Sit for a while in the landscaped gardens and sip a cool, crisp glass of wine before enjoying dinner in the restaurant where you can watch the sun go down over the New Forest. To see if you can take advantage of a great offer on accommodation at our Beaulieu Hotel visit our breaks and offers page.
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