Penny Farthing Hotel

Address: Romsey Road, Lyndhurst, New Forest, Hampshire, England, SO43 7AA, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Romsey Road, Lyndhurst, is near New Forest, Beaulieu, Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway, and Longdown Dairy Farm.
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      Travel Blogs from Lyndhurst

      Arrival

      A travel blog entry by emjbell_nz on Nov 10, 2014

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      ... my car which is a Holden Astra station wagon thing. The drive to Blandford was about half an hour down narrow country roads. It was a bit foggy but so beautiful with the hedges and rolling country. This town is gorgeous with big old brick buildings. I was starving so I walked down the street and got an omelette and hot chocolate. The hot chocolate was amazing! Was exactly what I felt like. I ...

      At sea

      A travel blog entry by danutastephen on Nov 08, 2014

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      ... dressed, putting on make up and doing my hair. Lol. George decided to just wear his dinner suit tonight and keep the kilt for the captains's cocktail party. I wonder if the fact that the captain is a lady had any influence on his decision. Evening meal was gorgeous as usual. We both had lobster for our main and strawberries poached in Prosecco for ...

      At sea

      A travel blog entry by danutastephen on Nov 07, 2014

      Quiet day today inside the ship but it is blowing a force 8 gale outside. The sea is very choppy as a result. Feels as if we are going over potholes ( that is not a misspelling for portholes). Just did lots of eating, exploring and shopping. A lot of people were feeling unwell and have decided to stay in their rooms. ...

      London-Hockley(Southend-On-Sea)-Whitchuech23-24May

      A travel blog entry by milo73 on May 26, 2014

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      ... Mushroom Soup lunch at a local village by the Thames Estuary. Returning home I met Bill and Baxter their two superb Golden Retievers, huge guys but totally loveable and friendly. Sat 24/5 Morning Terry walked the boys in the woods followed by a major hose down and warm wash. Brenda and I walked in the woods after breakfast. The Hockley Woods is approx 2500acres, totally GREEN. After we watched the QPR v Derby, Terry ...

      1066 reasons to love and hate England

      A travel blog entry by dazzler912 on Jul 21, 2013

      Battle! Now that's a weird name for a town. I wonder why it is called that (duh)? Made our way to the abbey at battle and discovered one of the greatest historical places we have seen so far. All of the history of the tower and Westminster without the crowds. I can't help but be left with a strange feeling that the rolling fields were the site of possibly one of the most defining battles ever fought on English soil. Loved the abbey and the kiddies had a ...