- 29 guest reviews
"Great atmosphere, great location, great room! Thank you...."
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"Very pleasant stay. Extremely spacious room. Stayed with small child so fantastic space for him. Swan's made with towels...nice surprise sho..."
"Good Quality for the Price. Bed should be changed against a newer one......"
"Wi Fi did not work as my computer would not connect. Told it was a local problem with the server but I wonder?..."
About the hotel
Located in the pleasant village of Lyndhurst, The White Rabbit Hotel is the ideal base for exploring the New Forest National Park. This eye-catching hotel with its spacious grounds and smart terrace is a haven for walkers and ramblers and those who want to explore the charms of the historic village. Southampton, Bournemouth and Portsmouth are all within easy reach, making the hotel perfect for anyone doing business on the South Coast or planning a last minute trip.
All 15 rooms are en-suite bedrooms, including larger family rooms, each equipped with Flat Screen TVs, Tea and Coffee making facilities and offering free unlimited Wi-Fi. Ample free parking and a function room catering for up to 35 people.
There’s a large Chef & Brewer pub restaurant on-site, we’ve cooked up a perfect blend of pub classics you know and love, sensational new seasonal dishes including our fantastic game range, plus puddings to savour and share.
Situated on the A337 Romsey Road, just four miles from Junction 1 of the M27, The White Rabbit is easy to find and offers convenient access to Southampton and local attractions such as the Peppa Pig Theme Park and Beaulieu National Motor Museum. The major Hampshire cities of bustling Southampton and historic Portsmouth are within easy reach of Lyndhurst, and a coastal change of scene is just 20 miles away in Bournemouth, a seaside resort town with vibrant nightlife.
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout, Disabled Facilities, Cots available, Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room, Childrens Facilities - Outdoor
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available
- Restaurant, Bar
- In Room Entertainment
- Video/DVD Player, TV, Radio
- Disabled Access Public Areas, Disabled toilets on ground floor
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- Up to 12 years old
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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55% would recommend it to a friend
White Rabbit Hotel by Good Night Inns
This was our first stay in the area and was impressed by the property as we approached it and drove into the large car park.
Sadly it didn't live up to its promise. The layout of our travelling companions room had the double bed up against the window which meant no headboard as it would have obstructed opening the window and also blocked out natural light, if you tried to sit up in bed you were then leaning against the window. As we were staying for several nights they asked for another room but were told they were full and none were available, however within a matter of minutes an alternative twin room was offered as an alternative which was accepted. Both our rooms had cabinets to hang clothes in but was of the open front type (i.e no doors) and there was no furniture in the rooms at all that had drawers to put items away. Tea making facilities were a lottery one day tea bags fot 2 cups but had to share milk, another day ample milk but insufficient tea bags and no biscuits in any of our rooms so we brought our own the next day. Ordered food on our first night and was advised of an hour delay despite us being four of only a dozen in the restaurant of which some were already eating. When food for a young family of 3 next to us arrived some garlic bread served up was badly burnt and totally uneatable, needless to say they ate some of the food and left very soon afterwards, ours arrived just on the hour advised and was ok but nothing special. We were booked expecting b&b but it appeared we only booked room only so breakfast was possible and charged to the bill. We decided on the showing of the dinner to go out into town for breakfast and found a lovely tea shop which we used for the duration of our stay and likewise a lovely pub for our evening meals just a few yards down the road. A real shame as the owners have a potential goldmine on their hands but on this showing will struggle to reap the benefits the place has to offer. Staff on the whole were pleasant enough and the place certainly has potential. As we left another guest commented they wouldn't stay here again so not just our thoughts!
Not a luxury room as desribed.
The proprietor was friendly however below standard room, view was roof top from Window.
Appeared to be low on staff general premises where unattended, empty glasses not removed from tables, outside food on floor no urgency to sweep up. Appreciate this was the BH weekend but the price of the rooms where unreasonable for what the room is advertised at. Require a good clean . The surrounding area was lovely there seems to be more attention to the gardens than the inside. If I was asked to stay again. Quite simply- a no.