This boutique hotel in Lyndhurst is in a great position for those who want to explore the New Forest. The area was awarded national park status in 2006 in recognition of its stunning landscape and diverse wildlife.
If you want to explore the heathland by bike then we can recommend routes, offer bikes to hire and give you some maps (and advice!). We can guide you to St Michael and All Angels church, a gothic beauty with colourful mosaics and the resting place of Alice Liddell, the inspiration for Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, or perhaps you'd rather visit the New Forest Reptile Centre or the Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary, both within easy reach of our Lyndhurst hotel.
Our boutique hotel in Lyndhurst is just four miles from the M27, putting local attractions such as Marwell Wildlife and Paultons Park within easy reach, as well as the city of Southampton, the Georgian market town of Lymington and Bournemouth, the well-known seaside resort.
Finding our contemporary town Lyndhurst hotel is simple whether you're coming by plane, train, bike or car just go to our directions pages.
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