Beech Lodge Bed & Breakfast New Milton New Forest
Beech Lodge is set in New Milton, a 10-minute walk from the town’s railway station and just over a mile from the seafront. This family-run bed and breakfast offers rooms with free WiFi.
Each of the first-floor rooms at Beech Lodge has lots of light and bright décor. There are tea and coffee-making facilities, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom, located inside or outside the room.
Beech Lodge is within 10 minutes’ drive of the beautiful New Forest and there is a golf course just 1 mile away.
Beech Lodge has off-road parking and a secure garage lock-up for collectors cars, surfboards, boats, motorbikes and cycles on request.
Free loan of bikes during daylight hours is also available on request.
Biker friendly, the property is also a 6-minute drive from the Sammy Miller Motorcycle museum.
Lymington is a 15-minute drive away and from here you can catch a ferry to the Isle of Wight. Bournemouth is 14 miles away, while Southampton can be reached in 35 minutes by car.
We can offer,
Free use of cycles or secure lock-up for your own bikes
Hi speed WiFi in all rooms.
Easy Access 24hrs per day during your stay
Close proximity to the New Forest, Lymington, IoW
Early check-in from 1pm
Locally sourced breakfast
Central Server Film Media access / Freeview /On Demand
Most major credit card acceptance
All bedrooms have either en-suite or a private bathroom, tea/coffee making facilities, towels, hair-dryer, TVs with Freeview and complimentary fast WiFi.
Rooms all have access to On Demand TV , a streaming media library and access to sky day passes (purchased by guest)
Guests also have free use of a range of DVDs and books.
8.00-9.00am Mon to Fri
8.30-9.30am Weekend and Bank Holidays
Early breakfast available on request at no extra cost
Discounts are subject to availability and can only be offered when the booking is made by phone.
Check-in is between 1pm and 10pm, Please telephone us beforehand if you require access before 5pm to arrange keycode access.
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This page was last updated: 14 February 2015