Sunday is a day to relax and spend time with the family, or catch up with friends. It is also a time to indulge in a Sunday Lunch. Our contemporary town hotel, BEST WESTERN Forest Lodge in Lyndhurst is open for Sunday Lunch.
Enjoy a pre-lunch drink on the decking of the stylish forest bar or in the cosy cellar bar in the winter before savouring a two or three-course Sunday Lunch in the two AA rosetted Glasshouse Restaurant.
What's more, we are offering our customers a free glass of wine with every Sunday lunch*. Please click here for more details and to download your voucher.
Every Sunday we offer freshly prepared Sunday lunches cooked with the finest local ingredients but with a contemporary twist. Expertly prepared and superbly presented, please click here to view our sample menu. Our Sunday Lunches priced at £15.95 per person for two-courses and three-courses at £19.95, are popular with hotel guests and non-residents so bookings are advised.
Reservations are taken for between 12.30pm and 2.00pm, call our friendly team to book your table on 02380 283677. Booking is essential.
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