Our independent, 4-star guest accommodation is located just one mile from the edge of the New Forest within the National Park, and within easy reach of Southampton and Salisbury. Ideal for business or pleasure we have 14 fully equipped, modern bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities.
Have a look at what our guests are saying.
"The Best Lodge Ever!"
What a stunning lodge. Stayed their for a weekend and didn't want to leave. The staff are so friendly and helpful and give you a more personal feel to your stay. They show you to your room and serve a lovely breakfast. The rooms are so clean and our room overlooked a lovely field of cows. Just a short walk away from the local village and the new forest.My favourite lodge ever much better than all these commercial hotels a lovely homely feel to it. The Indian restaurant next door is also fabulous and serves one of the best currys that i have ever tasted. Definately worth a look.
The room was unusually spacious for a single, simply furnished, with very comfortable bed and spotless linen. Although on a busy main road, the external soundproofing was excellent (though there was a little noise from the corridor and adjacent rooms). Breakfast was made with good quality produce, well cooked.
"Great little hotel at a good price"
My boyfriend and I stayed here while on a trip to the New Forest. I booked it after reading all of the positive reviews on another web site, and I was happy with my choice. While not in the New Forest itself, it is right on the perimeter. We went to Southampton for dinner and a movie and it was well located for that short trip. The room we stayed in was large and clean and even had a wall mounted plasma TV (not expecting that!). There is also an Indian restaurant next door which is handy, although we did not try it. The hotel is on a highway but our room overlooked some fields rather than the road. I would stay here again.
"Good value, good spot, good people"
The Lodge is a fairly modern building off a busy-ish rural A road not far from Salisbury and moments (setting off in the direction behind the hotel) from rural bliss and the ponies of the New Forest. Easy to get to after a day in Salisbury or Stonehenge. Very welcoming hosts and a decent sized room, en suite, with good bathroom facilities (including a powerful shower, always nice to find at a B&B.) Unfortunately a power cut meant we didn't get a cooked breakfast (this was, I should add, taken off the bill without our having to ask) so I can't comment there, but the breakfast facilities were clean and comfortable. There is an Indian restaurant sharing the parking lot that looks promising though we didn't eat there (but rather at the wonderful Haunch of Venison in Salisbury). All told, a good place to know about en route through the south of England.
The member of staff on the desk was very helpful as I had inadvertantly booked the wrong date, he cancelled the other date and booked us in without any problem.
"Very comfortable, clean and welcoming"
Our family room had a lovely big on-suite bathroom with bath and shower, flat screen tv and plenty of room to manouvre.