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Woodlands Lodge Hotel (The)
Bartley Road
New Forest


SO40 7GN | View map

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Woodlands Lodge is a haven of peace and tranquility, nestling in the beautiful New Forest.

The original house was built in 1580, however records show the house was extensively rebuilt in 1770 and was used as a Royal Hunting Lodge, reputedly owned by the Duchy of Westminster. It has been sympathetically converted to offer guests the best in modern facilities whilst retaining the atmosphere and charm of an English country home.

The well appointed rooms are en-suite with whirlpool baths, king size beds and satellite television. All are individually decorated and some have garden views or even real flame gas fires.

Why not relax in the extensive grounds, try your hand at the full size garden chess or take a stroll through the New Forest heath and woodland, which are directly accessible from the grounds.

The elegant, candle-lit restaurant serves superb cuisine and is AA rosetted for the quality. Try New Forest venison or locally caught fish perhaps? A well balanced wine list is both adventurous and affordably priced.

Historic Lyndhurst and Brockenhurst are nearby and Southampton is just 15 minutes away. The hotel is ideal for touring the area and nearby attractions include Beaulieu, Bucklers Hard, Exbury Gardens and Broadlands House.

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Ratings/Awards: AA/ETC 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 16
Number Ensuite: 16
Nearest Airport: Southampton

Price per Person

Double: From £59
Twin: From £59
Single: From £69
Suite: From £89
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Name: Bentleys
Cuisine: Modern Country House
Awards: AA Rosette

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Sample Menu:


Crumbled Feta cheese,
with mange tout, baby rocket and spring onions

Pan-fried red mullet
with a pink grapefruit, red onion and tarragon salad

Goat’s cheese and pea filo pastry tartlet
with a celeriac and horseradish coleslaw

Chicken liver and pistachio parfait
served with an apple and sultana chutney

Sautéed new potato, black pudding and bacon
topped with a poached egg

Starters, (a further selection)

Roasted sweet potato tortellini
with slow roasted onion confit and balsamic reduction

Parma ham, rocket and peach salad
with Parmesan shavings

Smoked salmon with frisée leaf
blood orange and radish salad

Intermediate course

Choose from either

Freshly made soup of the day


A refreshing home-made sorbet

Please ask your waiter/ess for today’s selection

Main Courses

Escalope of English Fillet of beef (supplement £6.50)
served with white wine mushroom and tarragon sauce, fondant potatoes

Thai flavoured lamb shank
with jasmine rice & pok-choi

Oven roasted breast of duck
with a plum and thyme jus, chateau potatoes,
julienne of carrots, leeks & garden peas.

Pan-Fried calves liver with onion jus
on chive crushed potato and shredded cabbage peas & carrots.

Fillet of sea bass (supplement £3.75)
on creamed leeks served with duchesse potatoes & courgettes.

Griddled breast of chicken
served with a wild mushroom sauce, sauté green beans, baton carrots & noisette potatoes.

Roasted skate wing with lime and parsley butter
sauté potatoes & a mêlée of vegetables.

Vegetarian Dishes

Vegetarian dishes may include eggs or other dairy products

Leek, spinach and pea risotto with griddled asparagus.

Mediterranean vegetables
with spiced cous-cous & halloumi cheese.

A purse of Portobello mushroom
with leek & ferangie mushrooms set on a mound of ratatouille

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