Stoney Cross

Stoney Cross near Lyndhurst is a tiny New Forest village in fine wood- and heathland surroundings close to the famous Rufus Stone and only a couple of miles from the end of the M27... Read More

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Travelodge Stoney Cross Lyndhurst

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Stoney Cross Lyndhurst

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Bell Inn Hotel (1.45 miles)

Bell Inn Hotel
The Bell Inn Hotel is situated in the heart of the New Forest and has been owned by the same local family for over 200 years.

The relaxed, welcoming atmosphere reflects the peaceful setting of this ... More | visit website
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Twin Oaks Guest House (2.23 miles)

Twin Oaks Guest House

This traditional New Forest house, has been extensively altered over the years, but retains many of its original features, such as flagstone floors, exposed oak beams, and an original bread oven in the inglenook fireplace. ... More | visit website

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Bartley Lodge Hotel (2.39 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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Forest Lodge Hotel (2.80 miles)

Forest Lodge Hotel

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On the outskirts of the historic capital of the New Forest, this comfortable hotel provides the perfect place to stay. Well-equipped rooms complement the Georgian architecture and leisure facilities ... More | visit website

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Little Hayes Guest House (2.90 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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Lyndhurst House (2.90 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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Crown Hotel (2.99 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 | visit website

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Penny Farthing Hotel & Cottages (3.00 miles)

Penny Farthing Hotel & Cottages

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Bed & Breakfast & Self Catering Accommodation for Business & Pleasure.

We are a cheerful privately run Hotel with Self Catering Cottages. We have recently been awared a rating 80% on our ... More | visit website
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Woodlands Lodge Hotel (The) (3.19 miles)

Woodlands Lodge Hotel (The)
Woodlands Lodge is a haven of peace and tranquility, nestling in the beautiful New Forest.

The original house was built in 1580, however records show the house was extensively rebuilt in 1770 and was used as ... More | visit website
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Lyndhurst Park Hotel (3.21 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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