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Woodpeckers Bed & Breakfast
The Prophets
Newtown
Hampshire

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Welcome you to Woodpeckers family run bed and breakfast with a home from home atmosphere. A warm welcome is always extended to all of our guests.We are 10 minutes from the small market town of Romsey, situated on the banks of the river test. The New Forest is also 10 minutes from our door with pretty villages to visit including Lyndhurst, Bucklers hard. Burley and Beaulieu where you will find the motor museum and home of Lord Montague. You can also visit the Knightwood Oak by taking the Ornamental drive this is a beautiful part of the world. You can catch a ferry from Lymington over to the Isle of Wight for the day. Salisbury is about 15 minutes from our door, where you will find the cathedral which is Britains tallest spire, the worlds best preserved Magna Carta and Europes oldest working clock. Dunwood golf course is within walking distance and Paultons golf course a short drive away. If you enjoy walking, there is a network of footpaths that can be accessed from just outside the property leading to local villages and public houses.Our Bed and Breakfast is separate from the house giving you your own privacy for as long as your stay. Woodpeckers comprises of a double bedroom, lounge area with comfortable leather seating, TV and DVD. Bathroom complete with shower and bath. The lounge leads out to a small patio and garden area where you can barbecue on summer evenings and have your breakfast if you require on summer mornings. Alternatively, breakfast will be served in the dining room just across the drive.Please Note: Non-smoking. No pets permitted on the premises. Check-in time: 14:00 Check-out time: 11:00

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