Jeff Rasley

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A hotel in the New Forest provides the perfect location to relax and soak up the scenery.   This page contains affiliate links.  Covid-19: Facilities and procedures will vary in each individual hotel and could be different to the information on this website.  Opening of hotels and facilities will depend on current government guidance.  Please check directly with the hotel for up to date information.  Many hotels are offering booking guarantees and low deposits, so it's also worth checking with the company to see what the guarantees and cancellations terms are so that you can book with confidence.

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A stunning spa hotel ideally located within walking distance of the New Forest and the village of Brockenhurst.

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Located in the picturesque New Forest village of Beaulieu. From here, step out of the hotel and walk along the Beaulieu river to the historic old boat building centre of Bucklers Hard.

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A stunning cliff top location with panoramic sea views. Just a short stroll from the beach and a 15 min drive to the New Forest.

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In the heart of the New Forest, step out of the hotel and you can walk in any direction to begin exploring the New Forest.  This New Forest hotel with swimming pool is the perfect base.

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Located at the Hampshire/Dorset border on the edge of the New Forest and near the sandy beaches of Highcliffe. Treat yourself to a bit of luxury at the 5* Chewton Glen.  With it's own superb spa, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, children's play area, golf course and fine dining restaurants all set in stunning grounds between the sandy beaches of Highcliffe and the New Forest National Park.

Out and About in the New Forest

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A thriving coastal market town.  There are two large marinas filled with yachts, as well as two sailing clubs.  Lymington High Street has several independent shops and designer boutiques, as well as a local market held each Saturday.  Lymington is surrounded by the beautiful countryside of the New Forest. The Solent Way footpath provides a great coastal walk with fabulous views of the Needles and the Isle of Wight.

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Fordingbridge is a small riverside town built on the banks of the River Avon.  Known as the northern gateway to The New Forest and on the border of three counties, Dorset, Wiltshire and Hampshire it's location makes it a good place to stay.  The town has plenty of shops and amenities with the stunning George Pub & Restaurant situated on right on the riverside.  Nearby Sandy Balls Holiday Park is the perfect place to stay!

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Burley is the perfect base from which to explore the New Forest.  With easy access from the A31, Burley is a charming village with ponies and cattle roaming around the village and pretty thatched cottages.  You will find plenty of witchcraft items can be bought in gift shops from cauldrons to broomsticks! With plenty of tearooms, pubs and icecream shops and forest walks on it's doorstep Burley is the perfect place to begin your New Forest adventure.