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Willow Bank House
Saunders Lane


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In Hampshire’s Test Valley and on the edge of the New Forest, Willow Bank House offers fully licensed bed and breakfast accommodation. Guests can enjoy massage facilities, free Wi-Fi, and rooms with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. Each room also has an en suite bathroom with a rain-head shower, and luxury Eden toiletries. There is a flat-screen TV and DVD player in every room, and a DVD library in the lounge.

Breakfast options include traditional full English, scrambled eggs with salmon, fresh fruit, home-made fruit compote, cold cuts and porridge. Willow Bank House also offers a casual dinner menu in the evening.

There are plenty of scenic walks to enjoy in the Test Valley, and the house is surrounded by charming villages and the Solent coast is a short drive away. The nearest train station is Mottisfont & Dunbridge Rail Station, a 3-minute drive away.

Willow Bank House is unable to accommodate children under the age of 14

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