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.
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 584 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
Stay Date: 12/2016, trish r wrote this review.
Visited in the afternoon for cream tea. We were served by Will, who was friendly and very attentive. Real fire burning in the room and the cream teas were delicious. Great atmosphere, great company. Definitely recommend a visit!
Visited in the afternoon for cream tea. We were served by Will, who was friendly and very attentive. Real fire burning in the room and the cream teas were delicious. Great atmosphere, great company. Definitely recommend a visit! Collapse
One Very Happy Family
Stay Date: 12/2016, Fatspoon wrote this review.
We are the proud parents of 2 year-old twin boys. We are exhausted 100% of the time. So we have swapped romantic wintry Christmas Market mini-breaks for relaxed staycations where the whole family are catered for and well looked-after. It doesn't come… See more
We are the proud parents of 2 year-old twin boys. We are exhausted 100% of the time. So we have swapped romantic wintry Christmas Market mini-breaks for relaxed staycations where the whole family are catered for and well looked-after. It doesn't come cheap, but you are paying for so much more than fluffy pillows and fancy in-room luxuries..* We spent a weekend at New Park Manor and it couldn't have been better for us. Our boys were in their element: running up and down corridors, playing with the abundance of toys on offer throughout the hotel and grounds, enjoying a splash about in the pool... And Mum and Dad enjoyed not feeling embarrassed that our children sing loudly at mealtimes, and leave a mess in their wake. Nothing is too much trouble for the staff. The 2-hour a-day free creche service was excellent. Rae and Terri are naturals with children of all ages. General service was warm, friendly and everyone did their best to accommodate our needs at all times. The listening service was fab - it's the first time we've stayed in a hotel with our boys and not just gone to bed at 7.30 ourselves! We snuck downstairs for a civilised meal - a very enjoyable meal in fact - while they soundly slept. Two nights in a row! It is so wonderful to stay somewhere where children aren't treated as a nuisance by the staff or the fellow guests. This is what you are paying for - not feeling stressed that your child has knocked water all over the table, or upturned a half-full yoghurt pot on his head. I've seen lots of comments about service being slow but we didn't encounter this. There weren't as many guests perhaps (Nov 2016) but I'm inclined to think that other reviewers are too demanding because perhaps they think the price per night allows them to be. The price per night is for the tolerance and understanding of the staff, trained childcare professionals and lowering your blood pressure. If the woman on table 5 is having a nightmare on her own with 3 kids, then you can surely wait a little longer to be brought some cutlery. Or maybe go and get it for yourself? That's what we did! We are recent converts to Premier Inn, for cheap and cheerful accommodation when we're required to travel far from home. Premier Inn is also great for families, because it's cheap, clean and quiet but it's not a patch on this. We read lots of reviews on Tripadvisor and we've learned how to distinguish between constructive criticism, outright rudeness, and (by checking out individual reviewers) whether those reviewers are like-minded guests. I hope we've helped you decide. If you're a parent of twins, you'll get it. *Incidentally, pillows are fluffy and toiletries are pretty fancy too. Collapse
Fantastic! Can't wait to go back
Stay Date: 11/2016, victoria86101 wrote this review.
I chose to stay at New Park Manor as we have a 8 week old baby and the thought of taking him away to a normal hotel seemed rather daunting! We loved the hotel and here is why: Amazing bedding! So comfy. A cookie on arrival with our sons name on - … See more
I chose to stay at New Park Manor as we have a 8 week old baby and the thought of taking him away to a normal hotel seemed rather daunting! We loved the hotel and here is why: Amazing bedding! So comfy. A cookie on arrival with our sons name on - obviously he couldn't eat it but brilliant touch. The ladies in the crèche were so lovely and can't wait to return when our baby is older so he can make use of the services. The bottle cleaning service was amazing and so helpful with such a young baby. There's a hotel puppy which we loved - gave the hotel a family feel. Generally staff were fantastic and all had great customer service. There was meant to be chocolates in our room for our arrival for my partners birthday but they hadn't been done.....the way the staff dealt with it was fantastic. Extremely apologetic and soon had the chef do them and brought to our room. Only negatives: Hotel is a little tired - carpets need changing and paint flaking off the bathroom walls Breakfast staff weren't as good as other staff in the hotel Baby kitchen area wasn't that nice - could be smartened up - I also had to rinse out the steriliser as had loads of water in it where people had just kept filling it up rather than it being rinsed and checked etc (but amazing to find a hotel with these facilities!) in the end I just got the crèche to do the bottles in their steriliser. Overall We can't wait to return! Amazing facilities - just hope our baby didn't wake up the people in the room next to us! Collapse
Many good points but ridiculously expensive
Stay Date: 11/2016, helen19562016 wrote this review.
We were given a voucher for £230 for a luxury night away at this hotel with dinner, bed and breakfast. In reality this voucher nowhere near covered the bill after numerous additions. We had 4 drinks each with and after dinner which we knew would be e… See more
We were given a voucher for £230 for a luxury night away at this hotel with dinner, bed and breakfast. In reality this voucher nowhere near covered the bill after numerous additions. We had 4 drinks each with and after dinner which we knew would be extra (and expensive) but we had to pay for dinner on top of the voucher value. The meal, in fairness, was delicious and beautifully presented and the staff were very polite and professional. The pricing of this hotel is the most variable that I have ever seen, especially as November is usually one of the cheapest months to stay in a UK hotel. We travel a lot and stay in many hotels both abroad and in the UK so have plenty of comparisons to draw on. This aside, we brought our little dog with us, for an extra charge, and she was made very welcome, with places we could eat with the dog at our feet rather than having to leave her in the room. We were given an attic bedroom. It was up numerous flights of stairs, the room was very small with sloping ceilings and beams to the extent that I had to crawl across the bed to get into it. The bathroom also had beams and sloping ceilings and no useable shower, only a bath tub which was very difficult for my 70 yr old husband, with two knee replacements and it was downright lethal to get up in the night for a pee. I'm sure most of the other rooms are much nicer and more convenient. The hotel is in a fabulous position with easy access to the New Forest and plenty of wonderful walks in beautiful scenery. We did not sample any of the spa facilities so cannot comment on that. The bar was very poorly stocked indeed, even for a hotel, with no beer or lager on draught at all, only expensive bottled lager, but we were told that this was only a temporary bar. Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2016, 777_london_girl wrote this review.
It was so bad our stay I don't know where to begin - maybe the 45mins to 2 hours waits to be served food at almost every meal for our 5 day stay (with a new born and 3 year old this is a nightmare), the virtually empty breakfast buffet - nothing to e… See more
It was so bad our stay I don't know where to begin - maybe the 45mins to 2 hours waits to be served food at almost every meal for our 5 day stay (with a new born and 3 year old this is a nightmare), the virtually empty breakfast buffet - nothing to eat but coco pops and pastries, hardly any staff available, bottle washing services returned dirty bottles, broken and dirty bottle washing facilities located in the toilet (just the place i love to sterilize bottles!!).... the list of dreadful service is endless. Our days were ruined by meal time being a something we came to dread and lasted hours. One day I walked into the kitchen myself and pored myself a jug of water as I was so thirsty and I had waited 40 mins for a drink. No staff noticed me doing this. We paid a lot of money for this 5 day trip in what was supposed to be a 5 star hotel - it was something we looked forward to for a long time and it was just terrible. DO NOT STAY HERE - spa was nice but dirty and such a shame all of our trip they was drilling and painting happening. sitting in the beautiful outdoor spa bath was ruined by the sound of tile cutting happening a few feet away - cheers for that New Park Manor! Trip highlight - being told that the poached salmon fillet that landed on my breakfast plate one morning was actually a new type of smoked salmon...the waiter actually argued with me that it was smoked salmon and keep saying "just try it". I ordered smoked salmon and scrambled eggs and was stunned to see poached salmon fillet on my plate at 8am... Collapse
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