Relax in this four-poster bedded room with balcony, which is a delightful warm and welcoming space
Enjoy this romantic first floor hotel bedroom that faces the front of the building. Double doors open onto a charming Juliet balcony that lets in plenty of New Forest morning sun.
The king-sized pine four-poster bed is hand-carved, making this an ideal room for your romantic getaway.
This large room is also suitable for a family with children. You will have space for a cot, or for one extra bed. There is an extra charge for children at the Cottage Lodge New Forest accommodation. Please ask at the time of booking.
Your room has Smart TV, tea & coffee, in-room safe, and hairdryer. Iron and ironing board available. New Forest Berry’s cake, and fresh milk for tea/coffee on arrival.
The fresh bathroom has a bath with shower over with non-slip mat, toilet and towel rail; plus plenty of bath towels and New Forest Aromatics shampoo, conditioner, soap and hand lotion.
Take a short walk through the building and up a flight of stairs to this first floor bedroom with four-poster and small Juliet balcony.
|Guests in room||2 + 1|
|Size of bed||5ft|
|Size of room||Medium|
|Bathroom type||En-suite bath with shower over|
|Ground / First Floor||First Floor|
|Room position||Facing front of building|
|Internet speed||Up to 77Mbps|
Stay environmentally-friendly and guilt-free. The eco-chic James Hill bedroom is perfect if you want to reduce your impact on the environment.
The room is constructed from Douglas Fir and the hand-carved four-poster bed is made from sustainable sources in keeping with our eco-friendly philosophy.
Find your first floor romantic room in the newer extension of the cottage up a modern staircase.The room and balcony look over the front of the building.
Discover James Hill, a delightful forest area that you can explore to the north of Brockenhurst. It’s a favourite walking spot not far from Lyndhurst, which is a few miles’ drive or cycle ride away.
All of Cottage Lodge hotel’s 16 bedrooms are named after places in the New Forest, or people associated with the forest or the original building. Each room has a unique design.