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Ashurst is a village a few miles south-west of Southampton, on the edge of the New Forest, its train station making this a convenient spot for those who fancy bringing the boots but not in the boot... Read More.

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Set in a woodland glade, Ashurst Caravan Park and Campsite is a particularly scenic, level camping venue in the New Forest. The park ... More
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Ashurst

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Set in a woodland glade, Ashurst Caravan Park and Campsite is a particularly scenic, level camping venue in the New Forest. The park ... More

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Hotel TerraVina (1.27 miles)

Hotel TerraVina

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Following the sale of Hotel du Vin, Gerard and Nina purchased their new hotel in early 2007 and have spent months carefully renovating and adding a contemporary twist using the ... More

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Whitemoor house (2.12 miles)

Whitemoor house

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Whitemoor House has a long tradition of hospitality and friendliness, having been totally refurbished in late 2007, we offer hotel style accommodation in a relaxed family run environment., with log ... More

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Brimar Guest House (2.39 miles)

Brimar Guest House

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The Brimar Guesthouse has been providing clean, bright, safe accommodation at competitive prices for over 20 years so I guess you could say we know what we are doing!

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Lyndhurst Park Hotel (2.57 miles)

Lyndhurst Park Hotel

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Lyndhurst Park Hotel is the ideal touring base from which to explore the beautiful New Forest. Standing in its own extensive grounds, the Lyndhurst Park Hotel is a couple of minutes ... More

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Lyndhurst House (2.65 miles)

Lyndhurst House

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Our B&B in Lyndhurst offers comfortable accommodation and a warm and relaxing atmosphere for you to enjoy your New Forest break. Lyndhurst House was built in the early 1920's and ... More

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Little Hayes Guest House (2.65 miles)

Little Hayes Guest House
Little Hayes Guest House in Lyndhurst offers comfortable 3-Star Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the Captial of the New Forest - come and explore the New Forest National Park.Close to the Heart of the New ... More | visit website
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Beaulieu Hotel (2.66 miles)

Beaulieu Hotel

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This former coaching inn is set in a unique position in the heart of the New Forest and has wonderful views of wild heath land and a delightful function room.

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Cottages (The) (2.68 miles)

Cottages (The)
Ideally situated in Lyndhurst Village Centre, we have two self-catering units - both have been newly furnished in 1999/2000. They offer all mod cons, central heating and parking by the door! Alice Cottage ... More | visit website
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Crown Hotel (2.75 miles)

Crown Hotel

The historic, early-17th-century hotel is a beautiful, country-style hotel in Lyndhurst, the heart of the New Forest. Best Western The Crown Hotel has a superb location for touring the New Forest National Park, Beaulieu and the ... More | Double Room: 72.50 | visit website

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Bartley Lodge Hotel (2.99 miles)

Bartley Lodge Hotel

Bartley Lodge was built in 1759 as a hunting lodge for the founder of the New Forest Hounds. Today the Bartley Lodge is a fine Grade II listed country house, set in 8 acres of ... More | visit website

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