Supporting local suppliers

New Forest Honey, Jams and Marmalades

During your stay in the New Forest at The Cottage Lodge Hotel look out for some locally made sweet treats. We pride ourselves on sourcing local produce for our guests to enjoy! One of our most popular local producers is Jam, honey and marmalades made from New Forest bees honey and seasonal fruits. New Forest honey, jams and marmalades are a firm favourite with our guests. Make sure you remember to try some and not miss out at breakfast!

Breakfast favourites

Here at The Cottage Lodge Hotel you can indulge with your morning breakfast a wide choice of seasonal jams. Throughout the year you can sample New Forest flavours such as strawberry, raspberry and traditional style marmalade. In Summer and Autumn time the wonderful seasonal fruits of rhubarb, gooseberry, apricot and damson find their way to our hotel soon after they are picked.

The New Forest Marque

Locally renowned, our New Forest jams, honeys and marmalades are nationally recognised for their quality produce. They are also holders of the exclusive New Forest Marque.

The New Forest Marque is only awarded to produce which is from our area. It has to have been grown, reared, caught, brewed, produced or processed within the New Forest area.

Look out for the distinctive New Forest Marque logo during your visit to the New Forest. Help support our local forest community.

Buy local

We like to share local produce with our guests and give you the option to take some home with you. In our cosy snug bar there is a small local produce selection available. Take some time to have a browse of our Yellow door produce. It’s an ideal opportunity for you to buy these sweet treats to take away. Perfect for gifts and or mementos of your New Forest getaway.

Which one will be your favourite? This month mine is the bramble. Did you know that we are actively involved with more eco-friendly actions that will impact positively on your experience whenever you stay with us in the New Forest?

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