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Tel code: 02380 | code search
Postcode: S043 | code search
Population: 3000
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Folk Customs:
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Fox & Hounds
"I stayed here with my partner and 2 year old son and a couple of friends. The atmosphere was good and the food was fine but not anything special. However ..." More

Bell Inn Hotel
"One of the best places we have ever stayed in. The rooms were of a very high standard and very cosy. The staff were always polite. The evening meals were ..." More

Furzey Gardens
"Our experience could not have been more different to the other reviewer's. We found the gardens beautiful, peaceful and relaxed. The whole ethos of the gardens is that they are ..." More

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Lyndhurst has always welcomed visitors. From 1079 when William the Conqueror established the area as a royal hunting preserve, kings and queens and their courts came regularly to stay on the royal manor and Lyndhurst took its place naturally as the ’capital’ of the New Forest. Dominating the Lyndhurst skyline stands St Michael and All Angels Church, where the influence of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood is everywhere. In the churchyard is the grave of Alice Liddell, Lewis Carroll’s inspiration for ‘Alice in Wonderland’. Alice lived all her married life in Lyndhurst, taking a great interest in local affairs. Next to the Church is the Queen’s House, once a royal hunting lodge visited by Kings and Queens. Now the headquarters of the Forestry Commission, it is also home to the Verderers Court which dates from Norman times and deals with matters concerning the forest’s ancient commoning system.


Burley Wagon Rides
Furzey Gardens
New Forest Reptile Centre
New Forest Visitor Information Centre


Acres Down Farm
Sir Walter Tyrell Campsite


St Michael & All Angels


New Forest District Council


S M Gibbs


Lyndhurst Surgery

Golf Club

Bramshaw Golf Club
New Forest Golf Club

Pub and Bar

Crown Hotel
Fox & Hounds
Mailmans Arms
New Forest Inn
Oak Inn
Sir Walter Tyrell
Swan Inn


Crown Hotel

Il Cervo 2
Imperial China
Kinnaree Thai Restaurant
La Pergola
Lime Wood
Mill House
New Forest Inn
Oak Inn
Passage To India


Cottages (The)




Lyndhurst Private Hire


Midforest Veterinary Practice


New Forest Books
Royals Of Lyndhurst
New Forest Wholesale Pet Supplies
Lyndhurst Pet Foods
Emerald Crafts
Rowlands Pharmacy

Mad Hatter Tea Rooms
Under The Greenwood Tree
Cafe Parisien
Honeyfords Country Butchers
Tasty Pastries Bakery & Tearoom
Chocolats Yves Thuries
Chocolatier Isabelle
The Lyndhurst Sweet Shop
The Country Parlour
World Windows
Paws In The Forest
New Forest Gifts & Souvenirs
Juicy Jewels
Christopher Stephens Ltd
Cro Jacks Clothing


Lita Kaye Of Lyndhurst

Places to Stay near Lyndhurst

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Penny Farthing Hotel & Cottages (0.01 miles)

Penny Farthing Hotel & Cottages

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Bed & Breakfast & Self Catering Accommodation for Business & Pleasure.

We are a cheerful privately run Hotel with Self Catering Cottages. We have recently been awared a rating 80% on our ... More | visit website
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Crown Hotel (0.08 miles)

Crown Hotel

The historic, early-17th-century hotel is a beautiful, country-style hotel in Lyndhurst, the heart of the New Forest. Best Western The Crown Hotel has a superb location for touring the New Forest National Park, Beaulieu and the ... More | visit website

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Lyndhurst House (0.12 miles)

Lyndhurst House

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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 ... More

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Little Hayes Guest House (0.12 miles)

Little Hayes Guest House
Little Hayes Guest House in Lyndhurst offers comfortable 3-Star Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the Captial of the New Forest - come and explore the New Forest National Park.Close to the Heart of the New ... More | visit website
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Forest Lodge Hotel (0.21 miles)

Forest Lodge Hotel

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On the outskirts of the historic capital of the New Forest, this comfortable hotel provides the perfect place to stay. Well-equipped rooms complement the Georgian architecture and leisure facilities ... More | visit website

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Lyndhurst Park Hotel (0.22 miles)

Lyndhurst Park Hotel

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Lyndhurst Park Hotel is the ideal touring base from which to explore the beautiful New Forest. Standing in its own extensive grounds, the Lyndhurst Park Hotel is a couple of minutes ... More

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Temple Lodge (0.39 miles)

Temple Lodge

Highly rated, with awards for cleanliness and hospitality, this family run Victorian guest house is set in beautiful gardens and opposite the open forest. Recently redecorated throughout, all rooms are en-suite, spacious and well appointed ... More | visit website

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Whitemoor house (0.57 miles)

Whitemoor house

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Whitemoor House has a long tradition of hospitality and friendliness, having been totally refurbished in late 2007, we offer hotel style accommodation in a relaxed family run environment., with log ... More

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Clayhill House (0.83 miles)

Clayhill House

ClayhillHouse is an established Bed and Breakfast, situated in the heart of the New Forest, half a mile from the village of Lyndhurst, towards Brockenhurst on the A337. A Georgian house built in 1830, which has ... More | visit website

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Woodlands Lodge Hotel (The) (2.19 miles)

Woodlands Lodge Hotel (The)
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 ... More | visit website

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