Beaulieu Hotels

While the South East of England is known primarily for the densely populated environs of the nation’s capital city there remains significant rural pastures to explore and particularly so associated with the New Forest in Hampshire. At the south eastern edge of the national park is the village of Beaulieu and it is a setting which suits the timeless quality and appeal of the village but also provides the perfect backdrop to the Beaulieu Estate and its main attractions, Palace House and the British National Motor Museum. Beaulieu hotels are located to make it convenient to explore all of the attractions in the area and they will often have a few delights of their own in store.

Part of the estate is the hamlet of Bucklers Hard, famed for its maritime connections and history. Using timber from the New Forest, much of Admiral Nelson’s fleet was built here and in more recent time it provided the embarkation and return point for Sir Francis Chichester’s circumnavigation of the globe. The maritime museum is where to explore the notable history of the place and the modern marina allows for some contemporary seagoing adventures. The village of Beaulieu itself is a popular stop on the rail route linking London with Weymouth and while many visitors will come primarily to spend some time in the superb motor museum and Palace House, there is much in the unspoilt village which will provide for activities and entertainment.

Beaulieu hotels will typically be in the style of the village and so it is easy to take a step back to the charming historic ambience of a bygone age. This does not mean however that there will be any compromise in modern hospitality, with features such as Wi-Fi internet access, and in-room technologies for communications and entertainment to be expected. From traditional inns to country house hotels, Hampshire is blessed with first class accommodation options and the village of Beaulieu is well worth a visit.
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