Relax in this delightful and cosy ground floor room which takes pet dogs
Make yourself at home in this ground floor double room with king-sized double bed. This room has its own entrance at the rear of the building and is built on the site of a Victorian stable block.
Luxuriate in the en suite bathroom which has a vaulted ceiling with skylight. Lounge in the patio garden, which has a table and chairs. This makes it an ideal room for pet dogs.
Bring your dog. We charge £10 a day, per dog because pet-friendly hotel rooms need painting a little more often than other rooms. We also ask that you pay for any damage your dog causes during its stay.
Your patio garden has an outside tap to wash dirty doggy paws. We put dog-friendly accommodation near to our small kitchen so we can hear if your dog is distressed while you’re at breakfast.
Want to have breakfast with your dog? Have breakfast in the snug bar. Taking your dog to dinner? Three pubs in the village let you bring your dog, so you don’t have to leave your dog unattended in the room.
If you are staying in this room and don’t have a dog, please be assured that we clean the room very thoroughly after each pet visits. We’re dog-friendly, but the comfort of our human guests is our priority.
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.
|Guests in room||2|
|Size of bed||5ft|
|Size of room||Small|
|Bathroom type||En-suite bath with shower over|
|Ground / First Floor||Ground Floor|
|Room position||Facing back of building|
|Internet speed||Up to 77Mbps|
Find your ground floor twin or double room via a shared side gate that follows a level, uncovered pathway to the rear of the building. The patio area is immediately in front of the room
Back in the 1900s, coal merchant Tom Hayter owned the house that eventually became Cottage Lodge hotel. His descendants and relatives still live in Brockenhurst village and in other parts of the New Forest.
All of Cottage Lodge hotel’s 16 bedrooms are named after places in the New Forest, or people associated with the area or the original building. Each room has its own design.