Details of all these hotels in Ringwood and last-minute deals are can be found on the hotel homepages. Whilst this small agricultural town can boast links to Henry Tudor (courtesy of Royal friend and patron, John Hodgkins, a Ringwood parson) the town is popular today for playing host to a number of cask ale breweries. Find cheap hotels and guesthouses in Ringwood for Blashford Lakes, Avon Valley Path, Furlong Shopping Centre, Ringwood Festival and Breamore House and Museum of Country Life. Ringwood Market and Fair date back to the 13th and 14th century when country produce, Forest ponies and cheeses were the staple commodities.
High Corner Inn
High Corner Inn Linwood Ringwood Hampshire BH24 3QY
Get ready with the sat-nav as the High Corner Inn enjoys a very unique and very charming remote forest location. If you came with or without the family to the area to explore the New Forest, then this is an option that is full of character and very much in the thick of things. Located just six miles from Ringwood town centre and surrounded by paddocks and trees, the hotel has proved immensely popular with guests who love their food and ale. Several seasonal ales are available on tap and there is ...
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|High Corner Inn||4.6||Ringwood||7||110.00|
|Original White Hart||0||Ringwood||15||34.95|
|White Buck Inn||5||Ringwood||7||75.00|
|Chewton Glen Hotel||8.5||New Milton||58||280.00|
|St Leonards Hotel||104.2||Ringwood||34||109.00|
Drivers can enter Ringwood using the A338, the B3347 and the A31. Long and Short Stay Parking is available at Blynkbonnie Car Park: situated between Christchurch Road and Bickerley Road (access via Christchurch Road). If you are after something central then these small yet pratical hotels in Ringwood are worth a punt. The Original White Hart can be found in the centre of Ringwood and is only a short distance from the New Forest allowing visitors easy access to its stunning landscape. You can also enjoy some amazing walks and bike rides plus there are fishing and golf activities locally. The Original White Hart was named by King Henry VII after he caught a white hart on a hunting expedition. The Original White Hart is positioned in the centre of Ringwood which has been a market town since 1226. Ringwood market is every Wednesday selling crafts antiques and much more. We also have our own car park to the rear of the property so parking is not a problem. All of our rooms have been furnished to a high standard and all our rates are for the room not per person and include breaksfast for all occupants. Hotel room rates from £60.00.
At Moortown Lodge has been awarded the AAs 4 Star Highly Commended star rating which is only awarded to the top 10% of the AAs graded properties. We are also recommended by The Michelin Guide, and quite rightly. This former 18th Century Hunting Lodge has many of its period features preserved, and though fully modernised has bags of vintage character. The hotel sits just south of Ringwood town centre near Hightown Lake and Forest Corber making it an ideal base from which to explore the fabulous New Forest. The seven en-suite rooms,all feature flat screen TV, free WiFi, bath robes, luxury toiletries and tea and coffee making facilities. Guests are invited to the bar and restaurant in the adjacent private David Lloyd Leisure Club. Use of the sports and leisure facilities is also offered for a small fee. Moorton Lodge ranks as one of the friendliest Ringwood hotels and provides visitors to the area with some cheap bed and breakfast deals.