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    New Forest & Dorset - Beaulieu

    I will be attending the ‘Simply Porsche’ event at Beaulieu at the beginning of June and plan to stay in the area for a further 2 or 3 days after the event.

    This is an area of England that I have never visited before, so I would welcome any suggestions for hotels and b&b’s.

    Many thanks
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    The Master Builder’s

    The Mill at Gordleton

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    Agree with Gordelton mill nice hotel.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    The Master Builder’s

    The Mill at Gordleton
    Don’t know what it’s like nowadays, but it certainly was very popular and without doubt a great location.

    Pig in the forest just outside Brockenhurst or Rhinefield House are both worthy of consideration.

    Plenty in BCP, Mudeford Quay for a nice stroll of an evening
    Edited because I cannot type

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    Quote Originally Posted by ymfb View Post
    Don’t know what it’s like nowadays, but it certainly was very popular and without doubt a great location.

    Pig in the forest just outside Brockenhurst or Rhinefield House are both worthy of consideration.

    Plenty in BCP, Mudeford Quay for a nice stroll of an evening
    Just because he has a Porsche dose not mean he is loaded the rhinefield is expensive why not the chewton glen in new milton only the rich and famous
    Use it

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    Because I’m a cheapskate contractor I usually stop at the Stag in Lyndhurst.

    It’s convenient for wandering around the town, has a fairly big car park and the staff are always friendly.

    You can even walk a few yards up the road and wonder why you bought a Porsche

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    I'd book sooner rather than later also. It's getting mega busy around here at the moment now lockdown has eased a little with a lot of outside traffic coming into the forest. Lyndhurst during peak summer is a nightmare and the queues to get into and through it are pretty bad.

    Some nice places already mentioned above though.

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