Located on the South Eastern edge of the New Forest you can find Beaulieu - one of the most attractive and historically rich villages in the forest. This charming village boasts a luxury country house hotel with a delectable Michelin starred restaurant - the perfect choice for those wishing to don their finest apparel and enjoy an evening of fine dining!
For those who would prefer a quieter base to enjoy some typical pub fare, the pretty village of Ashurst is a lovely place to explore. With three pubs and various bed and breakfast accommodation options, Ashurst is good choice for families or those wishing for a quieter location to explore and dine at their leisure.
New Forest Restaurants
The glorious New Forest offers the full spectrum of choice when it comes to restaurants, pubs, bars and charming little eateries. The seemingly never ending array of New Forest restaurants is a welcome treat for walkers, riders and cyclists alike, who are keen to quench their thirst or hunger after a bracing ramble or ride through the 143 miles of open heathland - free to explore for all visitors.
This town of Lymington offers a vast choice of New Forest restaurants which offer every kind of cuisine that your palate desires - from seafood, Indian, Italian and Asian. You will also of course, find the all-important olde world British pub which comes complete with roaring fires, ale and steak and kidney pudding!
Boasting a broadly central location, the vibrant town of Lyndhurst is also home to many New Forest restaurants which again, range from the quintessential rustic pub to more upmarket dining establishments. Lyndhurst can offer visitors a wonderful day out, with cafes serving traditional cream teas and a tempting high street with intriguing antique shops and even a beauty salon.
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