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The Woodlands Lodge Hotel is a charming Country House hotel well away from main roads set in three acres that open directly onto Hampshire's New Forest. The perfect base to relax, walk or enjoy the local New Forest attractions. Woodlands Lodge Hotel can also host, conferences, weddings and special events. We have The Hunters Restaurant on site which is open to non-residents and has been awarded an AA rosette for culinary excellence.
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Loved the location and the peace and quiet. The wonderful New Forest is right next door to the hotel gardens - open the date at the back of the hotel gardens and you are in the New Forest - acres and acres of forest and...More
A very warm welcome for us and our dog when we stayed at the Woodland Lodge for one night. It was good to eat in the bar with Millie sitting with us and she loved the dog bed that made her comfortable while we ate....More
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A lovely mid week break.The hotel is in a great location with walks on your doorstep. Beaulieu a short drive away. Breakfast was very good but we didn’t have an evening meal as we ate out but the menu looked good. Staff were very friendly...More
Unlike some hotels that say they are dog friendly but just tolerate customers with dogs the staff at Woodlands Lodge Hotel were great, we were able to have our breakfast and evening meals in the bar or in a separate restaurant where the dogs had...More