Reepham House

Lyndhurst, Hampshire

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The New Forest is steeped in history and the ancient woodlands are full of unique wildlife. The first link below will take you to the wikipedia site where you can read the history and geopgraphy of the area and click directly onto the full range of websites of places of interest and tourist attractions. Learn about this beautiful part of the world and let this site help you plan your visit. Lyndhurst is the capital of the forest and from here you are well placed to see all it has to offer.
    Nearby Points of Interest
  • Wikipedia Dictionary (0 mi)
  • Use this link to find out all you need to know about the New Forest.
  • Lepe Hampshire County Parks (15 mi)
  • Hampshire County Council have a selection of parks that cover the history and heritage of the area along with activities for all ages and abilities. Manor Farm Country Park in Bursledon, Queen Elizabeth Country Park in Petersfield, Royal Victoria Country Park in Netley and Lepe Wlidlife Park on the edge of the New Forest are all within driving distance of Lyndhurst offering a great day out for all the family.
  • Beaulieu Motor Museum (7 mi)
  • Visit Beaulieu where you will find much more than just the world reknown motor museum. You can also enjoy the Palace House, Abbey and mono-rail, Victorian Flower and Kitchen gardens.
  • Buckler's Hard (7 mi)
  • Visit the new refurbished Maritime Museum, historic 18th Century cottages and the SS Persia exhibition. Enjoy the riverside and woodlands walks.
  • Paulton's Park (6 mi)
  • They say this theme park is "way too much fun for one day". Enjoy the rides, picnic areas and theme parks at Paulton's and look at the offers on line for the second day!
  • Nearby Activities
  • Long Down Activity Farm (4 mi)
  • Come along and enjoy a fantastic family day for everyone. Join in with our daily schedule of activities, which run throughout the day. You can bottle-feed the kid goats and the calves, feed the ducks, meet the pigs... and cuddle the baby rabbits, chicks or maybe even a piglet! PLUS lots more friendly animals to see, not forgetting our gentle giant - Billy the Shire horse.
  • Calshot Activity Centre (15 mi)
  • Calshot Activities Centre is one of the largest Outdoor Adventure Centres in Britain and is run by Hampshire County Council. They have a reputation for excellence and professionalism and operate to the highest standards. Calshot offers residential and non-residential courses in an unrivalled number of exciting water and landbased activities. Situated in a unique position on the shores of the Solent, its magnificent setting gives immediate access to the country’s most popular Water Sports
  • New Forest Wildlife Park (4 mi)
  • Wander along the tree-lined walks and you will experience the close, exciting proximity of this world of otters, owls, deer, foxes, polecats, wild boar, wallabies, wolves, scottish wildcats, lynx, pine martens and many more native speicies in near natural surroundings.
  • Hythe (8 mi)
  • Explore the pretty town of Hythe. Catch the ferry from the pier to Southampton and avoid the traffic. Watch the liners leave Southampton port from this unique vantage point.
  • Lymington (7 mi)
  • This charming town has so much to offer; marine side restaurants and bars, unique shops, atmospheric market on Saturdays and the chance to visit the Isle of Wight. You can get the car ferry to Yarmouth for the day or take one of the Puffin cruises around the Island from Lymington marina. Visit the salt pans and discover their unique role in the history of the New Forest. Continue on through beach side towns of Barton, Milford, Highcliffe and on to Christchurch and Bournemouth.
  • Local Events
  • Things to do (0.5 mi)
  • There is a wide range of things to do in the Forest many of which are organised by the Forestry Commission in conjunction with the New Forest National Park Authority and are listed in the free newspaper/magazine "New Forest Focus". This paper can be picked up from the local Information Centres and lists nature walks, deer watching, mushroom picking and other wildlife activities often organised with Forest guides providing you with expert tours
  • New Forest Show (4 mi)
  • Enjoy the bustle of this exciting country show with the lifestock, stalls and fairground. This show lasts for 3 days during the last week in July every year and should not be missed.
  • Southampton Boat Show (10 mi)
  • The Southampton Boat Show is a spectacular world class annual event held in September and attracts visitors, exhibitors and investors from all over the world.
  • Local Amenities
  • Eling Tide Mill (5 mi)
  • Eling Tide Mill is the only surviving tide mill in the world still producing flour on a daily basis. See natural tide power harnessed in a centuries old tradition to make stoneground organic wholemeal flour from English wheat.
  • Horse riding (4 mi)
  • There is no greater way to enjoy the forest than on horseback. Expert guidance is available at a variety of riding stables just a short way from Lyndhurst.
  • Cycle Hire (0.5 mi)
  • Come and experience a fantastic day out taking in the stunning scenery on one of the New Forest cycle routes, or take a trip out to one of the many coastal locations and spend some quality time by the sea. There is a huge amount of choice, and rides to suit all ages and abilities.
M27
(5.0mi, 8.0km)

Leave M27 at jct 1 for A337 signposted New Forest & Lyndhurst. Continue along the dual carriageway to next roundabout. Take the 3rd exit off the roundabout along A337 signposted Lyndhurst and Lymington. This is Romsey Road leading to Lyndhurst after approx 3 miles. On entering the 30 mph zone you will pass the Police Station on your right and shortly afterwards Pats Garage (Vauxhall dealer) on your left. Approx 150 yards beyond the garage on the left is Reepham House with car park to the rear.
Southampton
(15.0mi, 24.1km)

Leaving Southampton via Redbridge flyover, pass through Ashurst & follow the one way system round Lyndhurst. Bear right and then keep right around the one way system till you approach Bournemouth Road (A35) with traffic filtering from your left. Filtre into traffic moving over to the left hand lane passing the church on your right and the school and Crown Hotel on your left. At the traffic lights turn left into Romsey Road (A337). We are approx 100 yards on your right opposite Kings Close.
Brockenhurst
(4.0mi, 6.4km)

Taxis meet most trains coming into Brockenhurst but you can also catch a bus to Lyndhurst. If taking the bus dismount at Crown Hotel walk down steps past Crown Hotel and turn left at traffic lights. Cross the Road at the entrance to Kings Close, we are directly opposite.

Ratings & Awards

3 Stars Self Assessed Guest HouseHotels Combined Stellar Stay Award 2016LateRooms.com Simply The Guest Award 2016 Top RatedTripadvisor Certificate of Excellence 2014Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence 2015

Guest Reviews

Overall rating: 4.8 out of 5
 Lovely accommodation, warm welcome, great breakfast. 
Jane / Jul 17
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