Hotel Accommodation in Ringwood
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Four idyllic Country House Hotels set in an area of outstanding natural beauty within The New Forest National Park, open heathlands, enchanted woodlands of oak, pine and beech, haven for wildlife, sandy beaches, clear waters and picturesque villages. Business or Pleasure, Young and Old, Families and Groups, take time out, relax and spoil yourself.
Moortown Lodge is a charming family run Georgian house hotel offering a warm welcome and luxury B&B accommodation. Seven elegantly furnished and fully equipped rooms, all with broadband connections. Ideally located just south of the historic market town of Ringwood. The open forest and water meadows of the river Avon are only minutes away. Moortown Lodge is an ideal stopover for business people as
Take time out to enjoy this traditional country hotel which is set in beautiful woodlands on the edge of the still largely unspoiled New Forest. It is perfectly placed for visiting Poole Harbour, Beaulieu and Corfe Castle. The attractive, licensed restaurant has a relaxing atmosphere and provides a fine selection of excellent, freshly prepared cuisine. Special dietary needs can be catered for by arrangement.
Burley depicts everything you would expect from a traditional New Forest village. It nestles in the lee of the hill, and is surrounded by an area of outstanding beauty. A dramatic contrast of colourful heathlands, mighty oaks, beeches and lofty pines. Ponies, donkeys and cattle roam freely around this lovely village, following ancient forest tracks used for centuries by Commoners and their livestock.
Burley Manor is the jewel in the crown of New Forest Hotels and throughout its long history, it has enjoyed many regal connections. The Burley Manor hotel is close to Ringwood, inside the designated New Forest National Park. The beautiful New Forest is right on the hotel??s doorstep with beautiful walks and ornamental drives within easy reach. The hotel is close to Ringwood for shopping and the beautiful
Throughout its long history, Burley Manor has enjoyed many regal connections. Parts of the estate were probably laid out in Saxon times and must have existed before the Doomsday Book was compiled in 1086. Later, for nearly 200 years, Burley was a Royal Manor. The current building was erected in 1852, but it was a further 80 years before the house became a hotel, when a restaurant and bedroom wing were