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Located in Brockenhurst village is this independently owned iconic country hotel, which is perfectly located within the heart of the New Forest National Park and only a few minutes short stroll from the centre of Brockenhurst Village. Built originally in the late 19th century to serve as a vicarage, this tudor renaissance hotel has been re-designed with a tasteful blend of contemporary and traditional forest style to complement the impressive building and its outstanding location just perfect for the locals and today’s modern traveller.
The hotel boasts large lawned gardens, spacious Restaurant and Bar, and for those requiring Private Dining, Forest Park offers private booths, private balconies and private dining. In-room dining is available in most rooms.
Forest Park excels in quality local sourced food, with a team of chefs preparing the very best dishes. Sunday Roast and the Enchanted Forest Afternoon Tea are renowned, long with the classic Inn dining menu and more refined restaurant menu
A premium bar offers cocktails, great ales, and hundreds of premium spirits including the hotels own BROCK Gin . Wines and champagnes are carefully sourced from unique vineyards globally and locally.
During the pandemic of 2020, please visit the hotel website for details of the Safety & Well-being policies and current service best practice www.forestpark-hotel.co.uk
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Club Single||£110.00 per room per night|
|Deluxe King||£190.00 per room per night|
|Deluxe Superking Quad||£240.00 per room per night|
|Deluxe Superking triple||£195.00 per room per night|
|Deluxe Superking/twin||£180.00 per room per night|
|Presidential Suite||£260.00 per room per night|
|Standard Double||£150.00 per room per night|
|Superior Superking/Twin||£210.00 per person per night|
*Prices are average . Peak season is higher , whilst autumn and winter breaks provide great opportunities for a luxury forest stay at lower rates . Checkout for deals https://forestpark-hotel.co.uk/deals/
From the M27 East, follow the signs for New Forest/Lyndhurst, once in Lyndhurst follow signs for Brockenhurst. You will pass the Balmer Lawn, and just after you will see out brown sign for Forest Park on the right. This will take you along Meerut Rd. At the end of Meerut Rd , turn right and Forest Park will be on the left a few hundred yards.
From the A31 West, take the turning at Picket Post Services for Burley. Follow this winding road through Burley, past Holmsley and straight into Brockenhurst. You will continue along the same road past the village, Forest Park will be on your left a few hundred yards past the Village
Broceknhurst can be reached by the train, and is located on the London main line route. It is approximayley 90 minutes from London, and 12 minutes from Bournemouth or Southampton by train. We are just 30 mnutes from both Southampton and Bournemouth Airports, and 90 minutes from London Heathrow. There is a taxi service in the village also.
|Open New Year|
* Hotel is open year round . The bars and restaurants are open daily from 8am to 23.00 hrs . See website for menus and dining times https://forestpark-hotel.co.uk/our-menus/
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