Beaulieu B and B
Bed and Breakfasts
Bed and Breakfasts in Beaulieu and the surrounding area.
Prices shown below are for 2 people sharing, per night and include breakfast unless otherwise noted.
Ryegate B and B
Ryegate is situated in the New Forest National Park, where ponies, donkeys and cows roam freely outside our gate.
The village of East End has a delightful pub The East End Arms, owned by John Illsley of Dire Straits. Tanners Lane beach is within a mile and a half. Lymington and Beaulieu are both within a 10 minute drive. www.ryegatenewforest.co.uk
Kenilworth House B&B
Kenilworth House is in the quiet village of Pilley 400 metres from open forest where ponies wander freely, perfect for walking and cycling.
Owners Jenny and Keith can advise routes and store bikes. Close to Lymington, Beaulieu and the Isle of Wight ferry, there are two nearby pubs serving good meals.
We offer a wide breakfast choice of locally sourced produce and a warm welcome to our home. www.forestbedandbreakfast.co.uk
The Tack Room
Come and enjoy a holiday or short break at our delightful self-contained property near Beaulieu.
The New Forest animals roam free within the open forest, just outside our gates, you'll get to meet one of the New Forest ponies, donkeys or cows.
There are two Public Houses within a short walk, with food available for you to enjoy (lunch and evenings) and countless other pubs and restaurants for you to discover within a few miles.
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Vine Cottage B&B
Surrounded by open forest, Vine Cottage is set in a beautiful quiet lane just minutes from Beaulieu.
Our spacious double room with super king sized bed (or twins) has an adjoining private bathroom.
An additional bedroom is available for your family or friends.
A three-course breakfast is served in the cosy dining room or on the terrace.
Abbey Spring Cottage B and B
A contemporary, private B&B, just minutes from Beaulieu village, in a self-contained converted stable block beside a pretty country cottage. Offering a cosy and stylish place to get away from it all. Small, friendly and exclusive, with breakfast produce sourced locally.
The Mill House
Bed and Breakfast
16th Century house beside the mill dam in Beaulieu providing traditional Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the centre of the New Forest.
1 double and 2 twin rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Breakfast patio overlooking the Beaulieu River.
Resident hosts: Harriet and John Phipps
Ryehill Cottage B&B
Ryehill Cottage B and B in Beaulieu is a Grade II listed property built almost 300 years ago as part of the Beaulieu Estate and is beautifully furnished with many charming original features.
Set in one acre of superb landscaped gardens with a natural stream flowing into a lake.
Very convenient for National Motor Museum.
Resident hosts: Jenny Graefe and Richard Metcalfe
Beaulieu is a small village in the central southern part
of the New Forest National Park.
The village is located at the top of the tidal section of the Beaulieu River and on the road between Hythe and Lymington.
Beaulieu has one main street of shops for provisions, clothes, newspapers and gifts. There is a hotel with bar for non-residents and a brasserie. Also in Beaulieu Village is a garage with a display of interesting old sports and racing cars in mint condition, many for sale.
Beaulieu is the ancestral home of the Montagu family who have lived here on the north side of the village for almost 500 years. The present Lord Montagu is the famous founder of the National Motor Museum, which is located in the Palace grounds. The museum holds over 300 vehicles including land speed record breakers "Bluebird" and the "Golden Arrow". Beaulieu Abbey, founded in 1204 also stands in the grounds. Much of the Abbey was destroyed in the 16th Century by Henry VIII. However some buildings remain and are worth a visit. The Palace and Gardens are also open to the public.
Beaulieu is dominated by a large tidal pond known as the Monks Mill Dam.
The tide mill is disused, but there are plans to renovate it.
At the rear of the Mill House next door, there is an old octagonal dairy overlooking the head of the river. This was requisitioned and converted into a pill box during WW2 and is now a listed building.
A couple of miles east of Beaulieu is Exbury Gardens and Steam Railway, famous for its flowering shrubs.
Three miles south of Beaulieu is Bucklers Hard on the Beaulieu River. Here, warships were built for almost a century including Admiral Nelson's favourite HMS Agamemnon.
The Countryside Education Trust (CET) has two centres in Beaulieu; the New Forest Study Centre for day visits to the woodland and the Out of Town Centre based on Home Farm, Beaulieu for both residential and day visits to the farm and garden. The Trust runs a community events program with a great range of countryside activities for all ages.
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