The Hotel is one of the most familiar buildings to visitors travelling to the New Forest and is located close to Lyndhurst, the 'heart of the New Forest'. Situated on the outskirts of the village of Brockenhurst and privately owned by the Wilson Family for twenty one years, .
What makes a stay at Balmer Lawn Hotel unique?
The flat grass space of the Balmer Lawn has always been part of the history of the New Forest and is listed in the Doomsday Book. Originally built in the mid 1800's as a hunting lodge, the Balmer Lawn is a classic Country House Hotel. The hotel enjoys direct access to the New Forest, two heated pools, dining to meet all tastes with a two AA rosette restaurant or Terrace menu for more relaxed dining. A micro brewery is located within the Hotel grounds. There are several different categories of comfortable rooms, many with Forest views and all rooms can be viewed on the hotel website. The Saltus Spa offers treatments using ESPA products.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Balmer Lawn Hotel?
The Hotel has 54 rooms in three categories with many enjoying forest views There are four luxury balcony rooms with views across the balmer lawn. All rooms have en-suite facilities There is good open access internet throughout the Hotel and every room has a flat screen television. The Hotel is home to the Saltus Spa, a Squash court, Gym, Nordic Sauna, Jacuzzi and two heated pools. The outdoor pool is seasonal.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Brockenhurst area?
The Brockenhurst area offers many walks and cycling paths that showcases the beauty of the New Forest. The glorious beach of Mudeford is thirty minutes away and local attractions include Beaulieu National Motor Museum, Bucklers Hard plus the opportunity to go sailing in the Solent. The Isle of Wight can be reached by a regular ferry service from Lymington
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Beresfords, the two rosette restaurant of the Hotel, is renown for offering innovative dishes using the finest possible local ingredients and being the highlight of many stays.
The Hotels new Terrace menu is ideal for relaxing lunches and dinners when less formality is required, yet the ethos of innovation and quality remains the same as Beresfords.
The Hotel has its own micro-brewery providing guests with Smokin Deer ale. Alternatively, browse the wine list or cocktail menu