New Park Manor
New Park Manor spa
New Park Manor kids
New Park Manor exterior
New Park Manor pool
New Park Manor is ideal if you're travelling with babies and young children: there's nothing they haven't thought about and its New Forest location only adds to the endless activities already on offer at the hotel.
New Park Manor is just two hours from London in an unassuming but delightful 17th century manor house surrounded by polo fields and pretty gardens. And if you’re there as a family, killing time at New Park Manor won’t be a problem as the options on offer are almost overwhelming. There are just 21 rooms so this hotel is as far from being a resort as you’ll find and that’s what makes it a delightful weekend spot, but there is more to do than you can manage in such a short period of time. And the location itself offers a wealth of fun too: from the motor museum in Beaulieu to horse-riding and cycling in the idyllic New Forest, a day on one of the local beaches to countryside walks galore, you’ll want more than a few days at New Park Manor.
For You -
The Rufus Lounge is perfect for relaxing and enjoying an indulgent afternoon tea after a day spent in the fabulous award-winning spa with its incredible treatments and highly qualified therapists. Foodies flock to New Manor Park with good reason, too and you can choose from a date-night dinner in the Stag restaurant or much less formal dining in any of the lounges. This is a great option if you’re travelling with babies or toddlers: the hotel offers a “baby listening” service so you can settle your baby and head to dinner with the hotel alerting you if they hear a peep. Baby food and milk is delivered to your room morning and evening and the hotel provides all baby equipment so you need pack nothing but clothes.
For Them +
The complimentary crèche, which caters for babies from the age of 3 months and children up to the age of eight is a big pull for parents and children, alike. There is a “Blue Room” for older children featuring table football, video games and more traditional board games; the hotel also features a new ‘quiet’ snug zone, which can be used whilst the cinema room is not showing a movie. With a lovely sofa, chairs and oversized bean bags, it’s a perfect space for playing board games, reading books and chilling out together as a family. Children will love the tea served daily at 5pm (family dining starts in the restaurant from 6.30pm), which they’ll need after a day bouncing between the snug, playroom, cinema room, creche, spa, outdoor pool, indoor pool, chicken coup, mini football pitch, trampoline and tipi.
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