St Leonards Hotel

A Hotel in St Leonards, Hampshire

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Ringwood Road
St Leonards
Hampshire
England
BH24 2NP

St Leonards Hotel, St Leonards

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Accommodation Description:

This traditional country hotel is located within beautiful woodland on the edge of the New Forest. It is perfectly placed for visiting Poole Harbour, Beaulieu and Corfe Castle. The hotel restaurant has a relaxing atmosphere and provides a selection of excellent cuisine.

All bedrooms are comfortably furnished.

2 star rating

From: £47.50

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