This new Lodge offers comfortable quality accommodation, where you can relax with a coffee or glass of wine on the verandah where it catches the sun all day whilst being a short walk from activity centre, bars and restaurant.
Centrally heated, TV, DVD etc, excellent kitchen facilities inc. f/freezer & dishwasher, and the master bedroom is en-suite making you feel right at home and six guests can be accommodated including two on a sofa bed.
The park facilities include:
* Bars and Restaurant.
* Heated indoor & Outdoor pools & flume
* Sauna, steam room and spa facilities.
* Seasonal entertainment
* Family entertainment & Kids Club
* Supermarket/off licence
* Multi station gym with fitness and personal trainer
* Sports from archery to Zorbing and others in between
* Ideal for cycling walking and mountain biking on the forest trails
* ideal walking for dogs on the forest trails too
* And lots more.....................
Note; The Lodge is open Feb to Dec, but facilities offered by the park vary from time to time. If you have any specific questions please ask when booking.
Some of the facilities (eg pool) require a pass purchased at reception (family week pass for up to six persons £40.55 - £52.90 dependent on season, and weekend only or day passes at lower prices are available). Passes are not required for bar or restaurant.
Good eating is also available in the nearby villages and many other pubs in the area.
Local attractions include the NATIONAL MOTOR MUSEUM at Beaulieu with the amazing EXBURY Gardens nearby (and Lepe Beach and parkland above along the way) as is BUCKLERS HARD where Henry 8th built his warships, Paultons Park with PEPPA PIG WORLD and more, MONKEY WORLD, the TANK MUSEUM (whole day needed), BURLEY (STREET) village for witches and wizards, and the JURASSIC COAST for fossil hunting on Lyme Regis beach.
Just up the road is the NEW FOREST NATIONAL PARK, with free roaming ponies, donkeys and cows (don't feed them or get too close), and all it's quaint villages tucked away with tea shops and pubs. As well as Beaulieu and Burley try Lyndhurst, Lymington (also ferry to I.O.W), East Boldre, Brockenhurst and Mudeford - crab fishing off the prom!
The south coast offers many beaches including the big ones at Bournemouth, Poole & Sandbanks, and smaller ones at Barton on sea, Milford on Sea, & Keyhaven.
Not too are market towns of Ringwood (closest) Salisbury, and Winchester, and Southampton is 40 mins away with its shopping and restaurant complexes in West Quay & ferry access to the Isle of Wight & Q.Victoria's Osborne House.
Is a week long enough?
Special prices for couples only any time, telephone Nigel Langridge on 07714 206397 or 02380 847129. Or e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org
Short breaks not available July or August - whole weeks only.)
All prices include bedding, linen, towels, and fuel.
COUPLES ONLY BOOKINGS WILL ATTRACT A 10% DISCOUNT
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