The Montagu Arms Hotel is a stunning haven that offers the perfect setting to absorb peace and serenity in the knowledge that the 'hustle and bustle' is far away. It is an ideal central point to explore the beautiful New Forest and is an indulgent treat for guests and their loved ones.
What makes a stay at The Montagu Arms Hotel unique?
During WW2 the Montagu Arms was used by the home-guard, (the real Dad's Army) as a firing position in the event of invasion. Guest have included Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, British Actor Henry Irving; Writer, Sir H. Rider Haggard and the former French president, General Charles de Gaulle. The sculptor Guiseppe Lund OBE designed the charming fountain that forms the focal point of the gardens at The Montagu Arms.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Montagu Arms Hotel?
The Montagu Arm houses 33 en-suite bedrooms, all unique in style, some including four-poster beds, and each designed to make guests feel entirely comfortable and homely. Every day, fresh flowers are picked from the garden and placed into each room with complimentary tea and coffee and one's favourite newspaper. With compliments from The White Company, toiletries are provided and a fluffy bathrobe comes as standard for each guest.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Beaulieu area?
Nearby, guests may find Beaulieu's magnificent Palace House and the National Motor Museum. Guests are encouraged to take a short drive to the world-class Exbury Gardens (a favourite with Her Majesty the Queen), the ancient village of Buckler's Hard and the New Forest's beautiful ‘secret' coast, which is the gateway to the challenging sailing waters of the Solent.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Terrace restaurant, at the heart of The Montagu Arms, serves a seasonal award-winning menu that encapsulates an exhilarating palate of flavours, textures and aromas that all combine to offer guests an unparalleled dining experience.