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In the middle of a vast open heathland by the village of Beaulieu, this former coaching inn offers a peaceful New Forest retreat with sweeping views, award-winning cuisine, leisure facilities and free Wi-Fi and parking. The ideal destination for those wishing to escape from it all, the vast beauty of the stunning surroundings helps to set the tone for a truly memorable stay. For a place where the wild ponies outnumber the people, the remote location cultivates a peaceful atmosphere of inspirational tranquillity. Whether exploring the awe-inspiring scenery, or simply admiring the views from one of the cosy sofas in the bar, this warm, red-brick hotel makes for the perfect New Forest retreat. The Hotel offers 28 en-suite rooms, each immaculately maintained and above all, exquisitely comfortable. As one would expect from a property of this calibre, every room comes fully-equipped with free Wi-Fi access, flat screen TV with Sky Channels, complimentary toiletries and tea & coffee making facilities. Many rooms also offer spectacular views of the surrounding grounds and woodland. The Hotel is committed to preserving the rich heritage of the New Forest and encourages others to do the same. Such a stunning landscape would not exist if not for the keepers, agisters, verderers and the crown. In tribute to their work, the Hotel has named each of its room types after them. So, whether enjoying the luxurious grandeur of the Crown Rooms, the spacious Verderer Rooms, the delightful Agister Rooms or the cosy Keeper Rooms, travellers of all kinds are sure to appreciate the spectacular beauty of their surroundings. The AA Rosette awarded Exbury Restaurant serves carefully created food in a relaxed restaurant which opens directly onto the patio area of the landscaped gardens. Committed to providing a true taste of the New Forest, the team of award-winning chefs create quality food using the finest locally sourced produce and ingredients. In the summer the restaurant’s French doors open out onto the patio, perfect for enjoying the fresh forest air and dining al-fresco. In the winter months guests can feel snug and romantic with the curtains drawn and the fire lit. Take a break in the indoor swimming pool and relax those tired muscles in the small steam room. Children will love playing in the gardens and of course there is the entire New Forest right on the doorstep to discover. The stunning location and impeccable service also make for a great venue for weddings and other celebrations. What’s more corporate customers are sure to appreciate the peaceful atmosphere and the Hotel’s four flexible meeting rooms. The Hotel is situated by the small village of Beaulieu in the New Forest national park. It is just over a 10 minute drive from the M27 and, with ample on-site parking, is both convenient and accessible. The nearest city is Southampton, just over a 20 minute drive away and it offers fantastic rail links to the rest of the country. The hotel is also situated next to the Beaulieu Road Train Station, a small local station with approximately 7 trains a day running through it. For those flying in, Heathrow is an 85 minutes drive or there’s the smaller Southampton Airport just 25 minutes away. The main attraction of Beaulieu Hotel is always going to be the vast heathland that surrounds it and visitors are sure to enjoy exploring the area by foot, bike or horseback.The Montagu family has owned much of the area surrounding Beaulieu Hotel for hundreds of years and is still in residence now. Their estate is home to the famous British National Motor Museum, a great day out for children and adults alike. Nearby Lyndhurst is a charming village with quaint architecture and thatched roof cottages. It is packed with great boutiques, restaurants and cafes as well as being the site of the New Forest Museum and the Court of the Verderers, watchdogs of the local landscape since the 19th century. A little further afield and there are plenty of other attractions including Bucklers Hard Maritime Museum, Paultons Park and Peppa Pig World in Romsey, Exbury Gardens and Marwell Wildlife. Southampton, Winchester and Bournemouth are all just a short drive away as are the beaches at Mudeford and Highcliffe. There’s even the market town of Lymington, where visitors can catch a ferry to the Isle of Wight.