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Penny Farthing Hotel & Cottages
Romsey Road
Lyndhurst
Hampshire

SO43 7AA | View map
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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 two AA stars the highest rating in Lyndhurst! We are ideally positioned just a minute's walk from Lyndhurst village centre, shop, restaurants, pubs, banks, supermarket, visitors centre and museum. We have a variety of single, double, twin and family rooms on all floors. All rooms have en suite facilities, TV, telephones and tea/coffee tray. There is also a comfortable lounge and licensed bar, Free WIFI, private car parking, cycle store and a garage.

In addition to Bed and Breakfast in the Hotel we also have a number of Self Catering properties situated close to the hotel and village centre, ideal for a week away or for long term business or relocation requirements. All have TV, video/DVD, stereo/CD, washing machine, cooker, fridge, microwave, kettle and toaster. Linen, gas and electric are inclusive. Special rates offered to long term bookings.

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