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- Baggage store
- Internet access (wireless) in public areas
- Ironing facilities
- Non-smoking (throughout)
- Lock-up facility for bicycles
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Cash (Sterling), Cheque
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Support for the Mobility ImpairedAll rooms are on the ground floor with their own front doors onto a patio at the rear of the house. The patio is level and easily accessible from the guest car park, which runs along the left side of…
Our family-run B. & B. lies off the main street, with the village stream running just beyond the end of the garden. The guest rooms are located at the rear of the house, leading from a patio where there are tables and chairs for guest use. The rooms are comfortably furnished with quality beds, pine furniture, plenty of storage space, free wi-fi, colour televisions with freeview, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryers, clock radio alarms and individual thermostatically controlled radiators. Two double rooms have en-suite shower rooms and the third has a private bathroom. All are equipped with Christy towels, heated towel rails and shaver points. There is a fridge, microwave, iron etc in the utility room on the patio.
Brockenhurst is the perfect centre to explore the New Forest, either by car; on horseback riding out from local stables; cycling (cycle hire available) or on foot (we are happy to lend O.S. maps). Although it is a small village there are numerous places to dine in the evenings, choose from:- Italian, French, Chinese, Thai and Indian restaurants; several excellent pubs serving traditional home-cooked food; Chinese and Indian take-aways, plus a fish and chip shop.
Places to visit are St Nicholas Church, Brockenhurst mentioned in the Domesday Book; Bolderwood, which has designated walks and a deer sanctuary; The Rufus Stone, where King Rufus was killed 900 years ago; The New Forest Centre in Lyndhurst, a museum of forest history; Lymington, which has a Saturday market, attractive quay and half-hourly ferries to the Isle of Wight; Beaulieu, a famous motor museum and abbey owned by Lord Montagu; Bucklers Hard, home of 18th Century shipbuilding and a maritime museum; Christchurch Priory and its pretty quay; Hurst Castle, by shingle bank from Milford-on-Sea or ferry from Keyhaven and also Hengistbury Head which has amazing views from the top.
There are many places to visit with the children including safe, sandy beaches just half an hour away.