Brockenhurst Hotels

Brockenhurst is found within the Heritage Area of the New forest in Hampshire this is William the Conqueror's hunting forest and is a unique landscape of international renown, it is recognised as Europe's oldest and largest surviving area of ancient pasture woodland. It is this wonderful green canopy and romantic mantle that offers the background to the Brockenhurst Hotels that are accustomed to welcoming a diverse range of clientele who are well catered for through the variety of hotel accommodation available within the area.

It is a magical area almost not real as wild ponies, deer, and cows roam at will, the Rhinefield Ornamental Drive is famous for when its rhododendrons are in bloom. The North and South Weirs streams join and as one flow through Brockenhurst and in the warmer months of the year overflows across the road commonly referred to as the splash in Brokley Road.

Although the town gives the impression of this magical, mystical country town set deep in the woods far away from reality this is not the case at all and perhaps the reason for a lot of its attraction as it is easily accessible. Brockenhurst has road and rail communication with the rest of the country that would rival many larger towns and easy access to the M27 and M3.

This is an area of the country that people come to for rejuvenation, for rest, for celebrations and for business functions and the Brockenhurst Hotels supply the needs of these guests superbly through a vast range of Hotel Accommodations. The town centre is quaint and home to a selection of historic buildings some cloaking welcoming accommodations, where entrances maybe made through low doorways, log wood fires crackle warm welcomes, uneven floors are covered in rugs, and brass ornaments sit atop mantelpieces whilst plates decorate the walls.

The Town centre is lively filled with traditional pubs, trendy wine bars, tea shops, coffee shops and bistros Boutique Brockenhurst Hotels offer wonderfully unusual interiors where immense care is taken over every detail and a modern twist is given to classic heritage. Accommodations are slightly trendy and chic and modern splashes of colour may be employed to enhance angles or curves of ancient architectural adornments.

It is the Brockenhurst Hotel Spas that are famous and attract many to this area for relaxation and rejuvenation as the area supports mystic rejuvenation, and former grand country homes now restored and rejuvenated providing dedicated Spas. These glorious country hotels are set in acres of manicured grounds and offer championship golf courses, walking trails, horse riding and fishing.

The accommodations offered throughout these glorious hotels vary from deluxe multi suite rooms perfect for the honeymoon couple or the visiting VIP, where interiors are lavishly furnished and all details thought of, providing seating and dining areas and often leading to private balconies. The business executive is provided with a dedicated working station complete with internet access, direct dial phone and fax machine whilst families are offered connecting rooms, cribs and high chairs. En suite bathrooms offer comfort through designer fittings and bathrobes, slippers and deluxe toiletries.

The Brockenhurst Hotels believe in providing pleasure and this they do with expertise through the many fabulous dining rooms found through the collection of hotels. International menus are crafted from seasonal produce by highly skilled chefs and companioned with vintage wines. Evening entertainment is found n the traditional on site Bars or trendy wine Bars who may host local musicians.

Many choose the Brockenhurst Hotels to celebrate Wedding receptions, anniversaries, businesses host gala events and seminars, the Hotels are comprehensive and set within delightful settings and are sure to please the most discerning of guest.
Booking.com