The New Forest, Britains newest National Park, was created by William the Conqueror in 1079 as a hunting area. In 1666, King Charles II made New Park Manor, in the heart of this ancient forest, his favourite hunting lodge on his return from exile in France, and his royal coat of arms is displayed prominently above the fireplace in our award-winning restaurant, Stag Restaurant.New Park Manor is the perfect getaway destination for anyone wishing to explore and really appreciate the unique mosaic of woodland, heathland and wetland that comprise this ancient landscape - and it exudes style. There is also our Bath House Spa which all of our residential guests have full use of.
With facilities including an outdoor Canadian Hot Tub and indoor swimming pool you cannot fail to enjoy the tranquility of the New Forest.Not only are you able to watch the deer, the ponies, the birds and the foxes from most rooms but the Polo Bar is strikingly contemporary with a stone flagged floor and wood panelling; the Rufus Lounge, with its deep leather armchairs, rich, warm colours and sports memorabilia, has the character and atmosphere of a convivial club.New Park Manor is one of only very few country house hotels set in the heart of the New Forest, which retains many of the rural practices ceded by the crown in medieval times to the local people
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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