Lyndhurst B and B
Bed and Breakfasts
Bed and Breakfast in Lyndhurst and the surroung area.
Prices shown below are for 2 people sharing, per night and include breakfast unless noted otherwise.
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The Meadows Bed and Breakfast is in the lovely New Forest Village of Lyndhurst. It's an ideal base for a holiday or short Break and is just 10 minutes walk to the New Forest and Lyndhurst village, with its numerous restaurants and places to eat and unwind. Located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, with off road parking and secure vehicle storage, it offers peace and quiet at affordable rates.
Woodside Lodge B&B
Woodside Lodge bed and breakfast is situated in the charming village of Minstead, near Lyndhurst.
We have two double en-suite rooms, set around a courtyard garden and detached from the owner's residence.
Ideally suited to cyclists and walkers, our stunning location is an excellent base to explore the New Forest National Park
Asmere B and B
Quality accommodation at a very reasonable price. Double, Twin and Single rooms available.
Traditional breakfast is served in the dining room. Seperate sitting room overlooking the garden.
Perfect for walking, cycling and riding. Stabling and paddocks available onsite. Approx 300m from our local pub.
The Twin Oaks
A true New Forest home, built at the turn of the 19th century in Cadnam. Sympathetically renovated with an inglenook fireplace and oak beams. In the New Forest and National Park, it has easy access to many places of interest. Rooms are warm and welcoming, decorated to a high standard and all have en-suites, Freeview flatscreen TVs, free WiFi internet. Off road parking. Superb breakfast. Restaurant opposite.
The Log Cabin
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Luxury b and b accommodation in the heart of The New Forest National Park. Air conditioned with an en suite shower room and lounge area. Private deck area with BBQ and outdoor furniture. Tea/coffee/hot chocolate facilities with luxury biscuits, fresh fruit, bottled water, toiletries all add to the comfort of your stay. A welcome refreshments tray on arrival and a superb breakfast the following morning.
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At Hungerford Cottage B and B you will receive a warm and friendly welcome. Situated in Minstead in the heart of the New Forest and surrounded by ancient woodland and an established garden with paddock and stables. We have 2 double rooms one of which has an adjoining room making an ideal Family Room. Children very welcome. The Cottage is within easy walking distance of local facilities and is ideal for walking, cycling and horse riding. We are open all year round.
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Individual ground-floor en-suite B and B accommodation in the beautiful gardens of our Listed New Forest cottage. Bramshaw Forge's individual, bed and breakfast accommodation is located in the less populated, northern region of the New Forest National Park. Conveniently situated six miles north-west of Lyndhurst and only twenty minutes drive from Lymington and Salisbury, we are less than thirty minutes from Bournemouth and Winchester.
Wych Green Cottage
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Friendly and comfortable New Forest B and B either in the main house or in our 2 stylish and purpose built units at the rear of the house. Extensive gardens. Child and pet friendly. Free range chickens for breakfast eggs! Village location:- Bramshaw has the Green Dragon pub and the Bell Bistro. Also a well stocked village shop. Easy access from the M27. 3 golf clubs within 5 minutes drive (open to visitors). 10 minutes from Lyndhurst. Surrounded by the New Forest woodland and heaths.
B and B Hotel
Situated just off Lyndhurst high street The Penny Farthing has over 20 good quality ensuite B and B rooms many with baths and powershowers. Also available weekly (or for long term business guests) we have some self catering properties situated in Lyndhurst village centre. Hotel Offers B&B and has car park, Bar, free WIFI, cycle store, garage and takes all forms of payment! Try us you will not regret it!
Longwood B and B
Longwood is a 100-year-old New Forest cottage B&B, which has been sympathetically extended and restored. It has a large mature garden which is completely private, and which guests are welcome to make use of. The house enjoys a unique location right in the forest, about 2 miles north of Lyndhurst, overlooking Bartley Green. Although quiet and secluded, and very private, the house is not remote, and is conveniently situated for all Forest activities.
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Set in four acres of informal gardens and paddocks, Fleetwater Farm was once the home of Jack Hargreaves of TV's "Out of Town" fame. The Victorian farmhouse offers quiet relaxed B&B accommodation for those wanting to get away from the hustle of city life.
Lyndhurst is a large busy village in the centre of the
New Forest. There are lots of interesting shops - household
names and local.
There are also a variety of good pubs, restaurants and tea shops. Roads lead from here to all parts of the New Forest.
In the centre of Lyndhurst is a good car park next to the Visitor Centre and The New Forest Museum (see web links below). The museum has displays chronicling the development of the New Forest from 1079, when king William (the Conqueror) took the land for royal hunting, right up to the present.
Queens House in Lyndhurst is the main office of the New
The Verderers are a modern statutory body sharing the management of the New Forest with the Forestry Commission. They operate under the New Forest Acts 1877 - 1970. Verderers control almost all forms of development in the Woods and Heaths of the New Forest and they regulate the agricultural use (exercise of common rights) in the New Forest. The Verderers also maintain the Atlas of Forest Rights (rights of common which entitle Commoners to use the New Forest).
VILLAGES NEAR LYNDHURST
2 miles north west of Lyndhurst, Minstead is noted for its 12thC church with its
three-decker pulpit. This is the resting place of Sir Arthur Conan
Doyle. There is a pub (The Trusty Servant) which serves good food and a
village shop. Furzey Gardens (see below) are
Nearby can be found the "Rufus Stone" - the traditional site of the death of William II in 1100. Paleolithic implements have been found here, and there are Bronze Age barrows. There is an Iron Age hill top fort at Malwood covering 1.8 hectares. It was near here that a beacon site was situated, receiving signals from Marchwood (by Southampton Water) and direct from Freshwater in the Isle of Wight.
PLACES OF INTEREST
Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary
A great place to watch wild deer. There is a tiered viewing platform which gives uninterrupted views over the field area where the deer live. Located at the northern end of Bolderwood Drive which is accessible from the A35 Lyndhurst to Christchurch road.
About 3 miles West of Lyndhurst.
The Reptile Centre Centre
Here there are 8 open air enclosed pens each of which contain examples of wildlife such as snakes, lizards, frogs, toads and newts which live in Britain. On the A35 Lyndhurst to Southampton road 2 miles West of Lyndhurst.
Open every day April to end of September 10am - 4.30pm.
Tel: 023 8028 314
The New Forest Otter, Owl and Wildlife Conservation Park
The park is set in 25 acres of ancient woodland in the New Forest. Here you will find part of Europe’s largest collection of multi-specied otters, owls and other indigenous wildlife.
Open all year round - 10am to 6pm. Weekends only in January and February.
Longdown, Ashurst, Southampton. SO40 4UH. Tel: 023 8029 2408
Longdown Activity Farm
Just off the A35 between Lyndhurst and Southampton. Longdown is excellent for all ages, and is wheelchair-friendly. All school groups are given fully guided tours at no extra charge. Open daily, from Easter to the end of October.
Longdown Activity Farm, Ashurst, near Southampton, Hampshire. SO40 4UH. tel: 02380 293326.
Furzey Gardens and Cottage
Set in the heart of The New Forest at Minstead, a few miles north of Lyndhurst, this delightful, informal garden was established in 1922 and is renowned for its all year round beauty. See extensive collections of azaleas and rhodendrons, the strange Bottle Brush tree and flaming Chilean Fire trees