The Montagu Arms Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Beaulieu, Hampshire (New Forest)

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Palace Lane
Beaulieu
Hampshire
England
SO42 7ZL

The Montagu Arms Hotel, Beaulieu

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Accommodation Description:

3 AA Red Star property. Part of the top 200 hotel recommended by the AA guide.Voted Best Hampshire Restaurant by Which? Good Food Guide 2007.The Montagu Arms Hotel is a retreat of great character surrounded by the glorious scenery of the New Forest, it surprisingly achieves an atmosphere of almost total seclusion whilst being within easy reach of major towns and cities. Currently the hotel has three red stars and is one of the AA?s top 200 in the country.

3 star rating

From: £120.00

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