Visitors to Lyndhurst experience a taste of quintessential England at its finest. It is the largest village in the New Forest and a popular stop-off for tourists. This is because of its historic high street, independent cafés, gift shops and expansive green space. It also benefits from being close to the city of Southampton and the M27 motorway.
The New Forest Centre is home to a museum, gift shop, reference library and Visitor Information Centre. It offers a fascinating insight in to the history of the area. Nearby, discover Bolton’s Bench, a local landmark commemorating 18th century New Forest Master Keeper, the Duke of Bolton. The bench sits atop a pretty hill, offering lovely views of Lyndhurst and its surroundings.
For more information on things to do and see please visit Visit Hampshire.
|Bartley Lodge Hotel||New Forest||40||100|
|Beaulieu National Motor Museum||New Forest||-||250|
|Careys Manor Hotel & Spa||New Forest||78||110|
|Rhinefield House Hotel||New Forest||50||160|