New Park Manor
(Brockenhurst (New Forest))
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Settled in the stunning surroundings of The New Forest, New Park Manor Hotel is the perfect example of a luxury, British spa. After being carefully adapted into a hotel in 1970, the New Park Manor, Brockenhurst is a beautiful, stylish country hotel where the traditions of days gone by still live on and many original features can still be enjoyed.
Each of the 24 bedrooms are decorated to the highest standard, from the all-out splendour of the Barbara Villiers Suite to the contemporary style of the Forest rooms. Character and comfort are what make the New Park Manor Hotel so popular, and with the addition of the latest facilities, guests have everything they need. All rooms are provided with a TV and DVD player as well as the regular amenities of newspapers, bathrobes and tea & coffee making facilities.
The Bath House Spa is a great addition to this fabulous hotel, providing a range of relaxing treatments and the use of a stunning indoor swimming pool. Dining at the New Park Manor Spa is also a treat, as the award-winning Stag Restaurant serves up fresh, local produce including seafood from Lymington, wild mushrooms and venison sourced from within the New Forest plus locally foraged herbs and greens.
Stay for 4 nights or more and receive a complimentary afternoon tea for 2 on 1 day of your stay.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 24
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Open to: August
- Open from: July
- Heated: Yes
- Free: Yes
- Jacuzzi Free: Yes
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Steam Room Free: Yes
- Name: BROCKENHURST
- Distance: 2.5 miles
- Name: SOUTHAMPTON
- Distance: 16 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: Yes
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:30
- Monday to Friday: 07:30
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Types: Dogs
- Cost: £15.00 per night
- Nearest Rail Name: Brockenhurst Distance: 2.5 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Southampton Distance: 16 miles
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 4.5 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 4.5 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 5.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 604 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
New Forest weekend break
Stay Date: 11/09/2015, a customer aged 25-44 from United Kingdom who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
Beautiful surroundings and wonderful food contributed to a fantastic weekend away. I would definitely recommend this hotel. See more
Beautiful surroundings and wonderful food contributed to a fantastic weekend away. I would definitely recommend this hotel. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 5 out of 5
- Destination: 5 out of 5
- Sleep: 5 out of 5
- Breakfast: 5 out of 5
- Staff: 5 out of 5
- Burly village: 5 out of 5
- New park manor: 5 out of 5
New Forest Break
Stay Date: 22/11/2013, a customer aged 45-64 who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
Hotel was very good, spa area great. Very comfy bed and great food. Falling Tree restaurant in Brockenhurst was superb. Lovely walk in the forest in beautiful sunshine See more
Hotel was very good, spa area great. Very comfy bed and great food. Falling Tree restaurant in Brockenhurst was superb. Lovely walk in the forest in beautiful sunshine Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 4 out of 5
- Destination: 5 out of 5
- Sleep: 4 out of 5
- Breakfast: 4 out of 5
- Staff: 5 out of 5
- New forest walk: 5 out of 5
- Falling tree: 5 out of 5
Wonderful mini break
Stay Date: 02/2017, simonlucas wrote this review.
My wife and I visited New Park Manor for a one night mini break prior to the birth of our second child. We absolutely loved the place. On arrival we were greeted by a very friendly receptionist who showed us to our room and gave us a tour. Our room w… See more
My wife and I visited New Park Manor for a one night mini break prior to the birth of our second child. We absolutely loved the place. On arrival we were greeted by a very friendly receptionist who showed us to our room and gave us a tour. Our room was a little 'shabby chic' (paint peeling in the bathroom) but was generally of a decent standard. The bed was comfortable (my wife says 'amazing'), the bathroom was clean and fitted out with a great shower, and there were plenty of lovely toiletries available. Fluffy robes were provided for visits to the spa. After checking the room we enjoyed a mocha (one of the best I've had) and a hot chocolate in the lounge area, served by the friendly and cheerful restaurant manager. We next visited the spa and used the pool, hydrotherapy pools and hot tub, all of which were just perfect, and wonderfully relaxing. The free mini pastries were a nice touch. Our evening meal was exquisite, and very good value. Breakfast too was great-a great range of cooked options, all freshly prepared, and a well-stocked continental buffet. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, and having seen the excellent facilities they have for children and families, would love to visit again with our son and (soon to be born) daughter. Collapse
Great concept but does not meet the 'luxury' standards that the price tag demands
Stay Date: 02/2017, MoonsterUK wrote this review.
This review is based on two recent stays at New Park Manor with my husband and son (now 16 months). The first was in November 2016. We paid £505 for a dinner bed and breakfast package. After feedback to the management about how this experience did… See more
This review is based on two recent stays at New Park Manor with my husband and son (now 16 months). The first was in November 2016. We paid £505 for a dinner bed and breakfast package. After feedback to the management about how this experience did not meet the price tag, we were invited for a further complimentary dinner bed and breakfast night, which we took in February 2017. I have combined these experiences into one review. The concept of this chain of hotel sounds amazing. A place where kids can be kids and parents can relax and have some good food sounds fantastic, but perhaps I would now say, too good to be true. ARRIVAL Arriving at the hotel it looks a little tired. The welcome from reception on both occasions was pleasant and we were personally shown to our room. The first time no help was offered with luggage and our room was several flights up, the second time the staff seemed keen to help! ROOMS Our first stay we stayed in the Daisy family suite. This room could only be described as disappointing; located in the eaves of the old manor, it 'featured' low sloping ceilings. My husband at 6foot 3 could hardly stand up along the corridor into the room and bashed his head on the ceiling many a time. The furniture was a mismatched collection of period furniture that looked to have been purchased from the local junk shop. I appreciate it comes down to personal taste, but we did not like this style or feel that it was appropriate for a luxury hotel. The room included a small twin bedded children's bedroom. The carpet in this room was heavily stained. The shower leaked massively so the bathroom floor was soaked after showering. Our second room was muntjac. A beautiful large bright and airy family suite that was chalk and cheese with the daisy. It had a large bathroom with double sinks, enormous bath and large shower cubicle. Furniture was fresh and modern. It shared an outside terrace with a neighbouring suite. It also had a separate twin bedded room. I am not sure how the price of this room compares to the daisy family suite but I would say the two rooms were not comparable if they are similarly priced. Both rooms had small fridge, tea and coffee making facilities although only small pots of uht milk. Why not provide fresh milk in the fridge for a proper luxury touch? Despite booking the room on both occasions for 2 adults and a child, each time we were only provided with two towels! Why th e room couldn't be set up with towels on the children's bed for use if needed I don't know. Shampoo, conditioner, body wash and moisturiser are provided in large bottles for use in the room. FOOD Children's high tea is served 5-6pm. This is a great concept that we loved. For children under 2 years, this is complimentary, even though they are eating from the same menu as older children. For those older than 2 years, a main is £7 (e.g. Beans on toast, roast chicken with mash and veg, sausage and mash, pasta, pizza) and a dessert £5. These prices, I think, are extortionate. I would not expect to pay £12 for a children's meal in most good quality restaurants, and it would put me off visiting with a child over 2 years. Perhaps consideration should be given to complimentary food for up to 2 children per room. Our first experience of the adult restaurant was appalling. I am led to believe a new chef had been appointed in the interim and certainly the quality of the food on our recent experience was much improved. Some thought however needs to be given to non-fish eating vegetarians, as basically the only meal available was arancini (deep fried risotto balls) followed by risotto (and with the option to follow that with rice pudding if you felt you hadn't had your fill of rice!!). Overall I didn't feel the food was worthy of the £40 for 3 courses per person price tag. BREAKFAST Disappointing. Luxury hotel, I expect a full English breakfast! Nope, the choice is egg and sausage, egg and bacon, beans on toast, mushroom on toast. It even looks disappointing on the plate - see attached pictures. This is one thing I specifically raised following our first visit to be told the new chef would be addressing breakfast. Nothing had changed at all (NB I lost a substantial bet with my husband over this :( ) BABY LISTENING SERVICE The hotel offers a baby listening service whereby you ring from the phone in your room and leave it off the hook. You are given a handset at reception to take to dinner, essentially like using a baby monitor at home. However, the restaurant seems to be a bit of a black spot for these monitors. On our first visit it simply didn't work, kept cutting out and eventually reception said they would keep hold of it and let us know if they heard anything. We witnessed other guests with the same problem. On our second visit, sat in a different spot in the restaurant, ours did work for our whole meal, but again we witnessed other guests with issues with their monitor. I simply would not rely on this service and would suggest other guests to set up a Skype call watching their child using the hotels wifi. This overall is a major safety issue and needs to be addressed if the hotel want to use this as a selling point for the hotel. SPA Robes are provided in your room and you are encouraged to get changed in the comfort of your own room. But no slippers are provided!! I had a massage on both occasions. The first one I had was excellent; the second could not be faulted in quality, but the appointment was running 15minutes late. There is a heated pool, although on our first stay this could best be described as cold and my well padded 13 month old was going blue around the lips after 10minutes. The second time it was warmer. However on our second visit the hydrotherapy pool wasn't working. Shame that they can't get everything right at the same time. Children are allowed in the pool at all times so I would not recommend this place for a relaxing adult only spa day/break! FACILITIES FOR CHILDREN The hotel has a crèche where children can be left for up to 2 hours per day. We did not use this, but we did go in the playroom with him once crèche sessions had ended. This area was nice enough. Milk provided in room on request. Sterilising service available but we did not use. LOCATION Great location between Lyndhurst and brockenhurst. Some nice walks right out the door of the hotel. BIKE HIRE The hotel hires bikes at a cost (not sure how much). There were plenty available with bike seats for children, and at least one with a trailer for children. The bikes were functional although could have benefited from some rear mudguards! Helmets are provided. OVERALL Great concept, although lacks the luxury touches to make it a true luxury experience, and sadly this means I don't think it is worth the price tag attached to it, although I appreciate we had booked one of the most expensive rooms available. As such I think it is highly unlikely we would stay here again in the near future, or recommend it to friends/family. Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2017, Gareth G wrote this review.
Fantastic kitchen! Fantastic Chef! Beautiful hotel grounds and SPA. Most friendly and helpful receptionist ever, so lovely and great first impression of hotel. Staff are very friendly and helpful! Overall excellent family weekend break!!! We plan to … See more
Fantastic kitchen! Fantastic Chef! Beautiful hotel grounds and SPA. Most friendly and helpful receptionist ever, so lovely and great first impression of hotel. Staff are very friendly and helpful! Overall excellent family weekend break!!! We plan to come back !!! Collapse
Family, but not luxory ! 2,5 not a 3 rating
Stay Date: 01/2017, TERRY26 wrote this review.
We were a family of four. 4 year old and 22 monther Good, Great creche facility Kids playroom Kids equipment through out hotel Good wine at dinner Bad, Food expensive and not good ( living in London we are use to pricey food) Baby monitor signal … See more
We were a family of four. 4 year old and 22 monther Good, Great creche facility Kids playroom Kids equipment through out hotel Good wine at dinner Bad, Food expensive and not good ( living in London we are use to pricey food) Baby monitor signal erratic average service, can not even tell you if the manager was around Log fire not being used, despite it being January !!! Sofa's in lounge uncomfortable and seemed like seconds ( nothing matched and not cool either) This hotel is not cheap, to summarise the hotel uses its family attributes to mask the average product, Fowey Hall from the same hotel chain is of a better standard. Special mention to the creche girls as they were great, loved the kids playroom as well. Collapse
We will be back!
Stay Date: 11/2016, Buttercup_484 wrote this review.
We stayed at new park manor for my husbands birthday, the booking process was faultless and the emails I sent were always responded to with all information needed and more and the first impression of the reception staff was very good. We brought our … See more
We stayed at new park manor for my husbands birthday, the booking process was faultless and the emails I sent were always responded to with all information needed and more and the first impression of the reception staff was very good. We brought our dog with us for the one night stay and we're really impressed that a dog bed,bowl,poo bags and a toy had been provided for him within the cost of him staying there too, we thought that was a nice touch. Unlike many hotels this hotel has the quality of a top hotel without having the pretentious ambience to go with it, it's really chilled and we felt at home, our room was a quirky little double in the roof it was really clean and perfect for a one night stay but not big enough if you were staying more than a couple of nights. But it served its purpose for us! We had afternoon tea which was sensational it was amazing, everything was handmade and delicious! Our dog made friends with one of the resident dogs 'forest' who actually followed us back to our room and was a really lovey little pup! The spa was fantastic, spotlessly clean, nice and quiet when we went too and really good facilities! Our evening meal was also very good food, the staff were very attentive and friendly! We have plans to revisit with our kids because thanks to the laid back feel and the amazing children's movie room and separate dining area to sit with your children for meal times it really takes the stress away from taking your children to a decent hotel! Would really recommend! Love it! Collapse
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