Burley Manor Hotel

A Hotel in Ringwood, Hampshire

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Ringwood Road
BH24 4BS

Burley Manor Hotel, Ringwood

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Accommodation Description:

The village of Burley being the most picturesque village in the 90,000 acre New Forest is home of the Jewel in the Crown' - the Burley Manor Hotel. Guests can enjoy the comfort of a well appointed lounge in front of roaring log fires and the hotel has an envied local reputation for its wide variety and excellence of its cuisine.

3 star rating

From: £64.50

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