Best Places to Stay in the New Forest


The quaint village of Lyndhurst is in the New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England. In years gone by the village was a favourite with royalty, many of whom stayed in the Manor House which is now known as the Queen’s House.

History buffs will be keen to know that William the Conqueror actually established his hunting grounds here in 1079. There are so many things to see and do from walking to horse riding, camping to cycling. The New Forest is also ideal for sailing off Hurst Spit.

Holidaymakers often decide to book cheap hotels and bed and breakfast near the town so they can visit the Water Park. This outdoor water sport activity centre in Hampshire is extremely popular so to get the best b&b deals around, a top tip is to book early. Keep browsing the net for a cheap hotel and b&b accommodation to enjoy a full day of exciting activities. There are so many activities here too. How about cable wake board, single or double kayaking, stand up paddle boarding or family fun at the sports aqua park?

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There is a fine selection of accommodation available


affordable roomThe town of Lyndhurst in Hampshire is also home to the New Forest Museum. Here you will find a reference library, a visitor’s information centre giving you an interesting insight into the Forest’s history and heritage.

The village also has a good selection of tea rooms, pubs, restaurants as well as independent shops. Check out the impressive Church of St Michael and All Angels where the grave of Alice Liddle lies, the inspiration for Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. Explore the park with its beautiful flowers and trees and if the weather is right, have a family picnic. During the peak season of June, July, August and September, Lyndhurst is packed with tourists from around the UK and indeed overseas.

When it comes to accommodation tips, see our cheap deals for hotels and bed and breakfast. These are the best offers on rooms as well as b&b establishments.

The town of Lyndhurst has a fine selection of bed and breakfast accommodation along with other budget properties. There is also self-catering accommodation, holiday parks and campsites. Want to take the dog? No problem. Some bed and breakfast and cheaper hotels are dog friendly however here’s a helpful tip. It’s best to double check before making an online reservation, just to make sure.

If you’re travelling in a group, take advantage of discount room deals whether in town or the surrounding areas of Hampshire. The kids will love Longdown Activity Farm where they can enjoy hands-on experiences with kid goat and bottle-feeding, duck feeding and lots more. There are pony rides and the chance to ride on a tractor and trailer too. How about a game of golf in the New Forest? There are courses for seasoned golfers and beginners. Make the town of Lyndhurst your next holiday destination.

Nearby Tourist Attractions and Sights


New Forest National Park

(Visitor Information Centre, New Forest SO43 7NY, England UK)

The New Forest is a beautiful area for walking, cycling and horse riding. There is also an abundance of wildlife.

Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary

(New Forest National Park, SO43 7GQ New Forest, England)

See deer in the wild from a viewing platform. There is plenty of parking and space for a picnic.

New Forest Centre Museum

(High Street, Lyndhurst SO43 7NY, United Kingdom)

Lovely little museum about the history of the New Forest and its wildlife. Great for children and adults.

New Forest Reptile Centre

(Holidays Hill, off A35, Hampshire SO43 7GR, England UK)

This centre gives you the chance to see all the Forests reptiles. See adders, grass snakes, smooth snakes, lizards, and more.