Four Poster Manor Suite
A romantic space made for two, our beautiful Four Poster Manor Suite invites you to escape the everyday and step into a sanctuary of luxury in the heart of the New Forest National Park.
Located on the first floor of the original 18th century Manor House, the Four Poster Manor Suite features a magnificent four poster bed, which is complemented by a beautiful bay window that floods the room with natural light.
Enveloping you in opulent fabrics and romantic tones, this Suite calms the mind and offers you a space of tranquillity from the moment you step inside, whilst the use of florals, rustic colonial wood and an array of textures reminds you where you are – in the heart of an enchanting woodland.
Explore the forest on foot, cycle to quaint local villages or spend a day unwinding in our award-winning spa, SenSpa, then return to a space that is all yours, a space of quiet and calm, where you will experience your best night’s sleep in a sumptuous bed handcrafted locally in Milbrook.
Featuring a separate lounge area with exquisite English furnishings for you to relax in, a flat screen TV in both the bedroom and the lounge, a coffee machine and sleek ensuite bathroom with bathrobes, we invite you to make yourself at home in this luxury home away from home.
- King or super king size beds
- Ensuite bathrooms, with baths & showers
- 24 hour room service
- Laundry & dry cleaning service
- Bottled mineral water
- Air conditioning (Excluding all Knightwood Rooms)
- Tea & coffee making facilities
- Iron & ironing board
- Hair dryer
- 2 Smart TVs
- Complimentary Wi fi
- In room safe
- Mini bar
- Coffee machine
From £335 per night
Have you ever wondered what happens to the soap bars you use at our hotel?
It seems such a waste to simply send it to landfill doesn’t it? That’s exactly what we thought too! We partnered with CleanConscience to support us with re-purposing and redistributing used soap bars for the benefit of those most in need of hygiene. The soap bars are sorted, cleaned, chipped and re-processed into soap powder and soap noodles, which are sent to the Kori Women’s Development Project in Sierra Leone, where they enable local women to support themselves and their families.