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Passford House
Mount Pleasant
Lymington
Hampshire

SO41 8LS | View map

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Passford House Hotel is set in nine acres of picturesque gardens and rolling parkland in the New Forest, close to the Georgian town of Lymington. Passford House offers 55 delightful bedrooms, half of them being twin bedded, half double bedded. All rooms are complete with en suite bathrooms, as well as remote control television, direct-dial telephone, tea and coffee facilities, trouser press, hair drier and other complimentary extras. Room service is available at all times.

On-site leisure facilities cater for all ages and activities. There are two heated swimming pools - one nestling in a glorious sunken suntrap, the other in the Dolphin leisure complex. Here you will also find a multigym, with rowing, cycling, running and weight training equipment, as well as a spa pool, poolside sauna. There's a pool table, table tennis and, on a somewhat grander scale in the grounds, a hard tennis court. For the less actively inclined, there's the croquet lawn, putting green, and petanque. The hotel is also well situated for golfers, with five courses within an eight mile radius.

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