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Hotels in Brockenhurst

Balmer Lawn
Lyndhurst Road
New Forest

Brockenhurst
Hampshire

SO42 7ZB | View map
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New Forest Country House hotel with great character, providing comfort along with warm, friendly service. The Balmer Lawn is situated in the heart of the New Forest, an idyllic location.
The area offers ageless beauty and tranquillity with unspoilt paths and walks where you can really appreciate the beauty of the New Forest. When visiting the Balmer Lawn you can delight in the Forest's changing colour, history and wildlife and in particular, enjoy the famous New Forest ponies and magnificent deer that still have the right of way as they freely graze the surrounding area, including the towns of Brockenhurst and Burley.

Many activities can be enjoyed including, walking, cycling, mountain-biking etc. plus the hotel offers its own extensive leisure facilities, swimming, gym, squash and tennis. The hotel is independently owned and prides itself on offering a friendly atmosphere and excellent service to all its guests.
The hotel boasts the highest AA 3-star rating within the New Forest area.

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