There are a wide selection of quality Lyndhurst Bed and Breakfasts (B&B’s) on offer; from historic New Forest hunting lodges, to modern family homes.
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in Lyndhurst, Minstead, Bramshaw and the surrounding area. Prices shown below are for 2 people sharing, per night and include breakfast unless noted otherwise.
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Coined as the unofficial ‘capital of the New Forest’ since its beginnings as a regal hunting ground in 1072, many a King and Queen have stomped through, and stayed in, Lyndhurst throughout the years.
Hundreds of years on, the town remains a main attraction in the New Forest for aristocrats and commoners alike, with its generous helping of cream-laden tea rooms, traditional old world pubs, a variety of restaurants, and a colourful selection of independent and boutique shops! Ensuring that these treasured pastures remain fit for royalty, the New Forest Verderers have kept a watchful eye from the courts at the Verderers Hall in Lyndhurst since it was built in 1388.
With something for all to enjoy, Bolton’s Bench is a photo worthy spot whereby families and friends can take stock, picnic and take in the lush green views of Lyndhurst alongside the cattle and ponies who roam freely. You can also see the gothic pre-Raphaelite church of St Michael and All Angels from here, where Alice Liddell is buried. Once a resident of Lyndhurst, this ‘Alice’ is none other than Lewis Caroll’s inspiration for the world renowned Alice in Wonderland!
Visit the centrally located New Forest Centre to get a real insight into the area, looking at its villages and towns as they were many years ago right through to the modern day.
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Just a couple of miles away from Lyndhurst you will find the beautiful villages of Minstead and Bramshaw. Each boasting stunning forest scenery, and with a great selection of cycle tracks and walk ways, you will find hidden gems such as Furzey Gardens and Bramshaw Golf Club in these hamlets!
Minstead is noted for its 12th Century church with its three-decker pulpit. This is the resting place of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Nearby can be found the "Rufus Stone" - the traditional site of the death of William II in 1100.