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B and Bs in Lyndhurst

Lyndhurst House
35 Romsey Road
Lyndhurst
Hampshire

SO43 7AR | View map

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Our B&B in Lyndhurst offers comfortable accommodation and a warm and relaxing atmosphere for you to enjoy your New Forest break. Lyndhurst House was built in the early 1920's and is set amongst beautiful rose gardens. Whether you are here on business or relaxing on a short break, Peter & Nancy look forward to welcoming you and will ensure that you have a memorable stay with us. This New Forest B&B has 4 double bedrooms and 1 family room. We offer our guests a hearty freshly cooked 4 course breakfast menu consisting of Full English, Continental, Vegetarian or a Light Option, served in our pretty dining room. Lyndhurst House B&B has a private car park and also a locked cycle store is available to all our guests.Our New Forest B&B in ideally located for your holiday, as Lyndhurst is in the heart of the New Forest and convenient for all New Forest attractions, and the B&B is just 2 minutes level walk to Lyndhurst village centre and open woodland. Please note that inside Lyndurst House it's totally smoke free, but there is a dedicated smoking area outside. We accept dogs only by arrangement please contact us with regards to this.We look forward to welcoming you at our New Forest B&B soon

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