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Bramshaw  Forge, Lyndhurst, Hampshire

Bramshaw Forge
Stocks Cross
Bramshaw

Lyndhurst
Hampshire

SO43 7JB | View map

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Located in the New Forest in Hampshire, Southern England, all the double en-suite guest rooms are individually located on the ground floor and separate from the owners' property. Each has its own entrance and enjoys complete privacy.

Each bed has a memory foam mattress topper and there is an extensive range of breakfast options. These include home made vegetarian choices and freshly baked bread.

Bikes can be delivered to the door should you wish to have a cycling holiday. Refreshment trays and a guest fridge are provided.

Situated in the more peaceful, northern area of the New Forest, guests can take advantage of the direct access to extensive walking and cycling available on our doorstep. A variety of beaches and tourist attractions are also within a short drive of Bramshaw.

Bramshaw Forge is also only a short drive away from two of England's main tourist attractions - Salisbury and Stonehenge.

*Bed and Breakfast accommodation on the ground floor with individual entrances
*A minimum booking of two nights is required
*Check in is between 16:00 and 17:00 hours or by arrangement
*A non-refundable deposit of the first night‚s room rate is required

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Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3
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Special Diets Catered For -Vegetarian option
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Building of Historic Interest
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