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New Park Manor

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Why We Love This Hotel

  • King Charles II stayed at this grand country house when hunting deer in the New Forest
  • There's a state-of-the-art spa with a 16-metre indoor swimming pool with views of the lawns
  • The hotel is family friendly, with games, meals and a crèche for little ones

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"The staff didn't seem to be familiar with the Travelzoo deal and didn't know about the early check in, late check out or cream tea. After a bit of discussion, the receptionist did make sure our room was ready and sorted out the cream tea booking. We weren't offered a room upgrade. There was also a bit of confusion over how much we had left to pay but that was my fault as I'd assumed I had paid upfront and not just a deposit. This was sorted out when we checked out."
2 Mar, 2020 - Littlehampton, UK
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New Park Manor, a family-friendly retreat in the New Forest, is said to have been Charles II's favourite hunting lodge. The property is now a "tasteful" (The Daily Telegraph) boutique hotel, offering fine dining and a sumptuous spa.

The hotel's natural surroundings are great for outdoor activities -- from clay-pigeon shooting, archery, horse riding and climbing trees in the extensive grounds, to watersports and beach walks a short drive away.

The Spa has a 16-metre indoor pool, a steam room, a sauna, a hydrotherapy pool, power jets and a hot tub with views of the grounds. The Daily Telegraph praises the spa as "one of the finest examples" of a luxury spa.

The Stag restaurant offers fine dining, while the informal Vinery restaurant caters for all with child-friendly menus.

The hotel's 25 bedrooms are kitted out with plush furnishings, and some have original period features and parkland views. There are plenty of places to relax, including the cosy lounge (with an open fire in winter), a snug room and a cinema room. There is also a crèche.



  • Hot Tub / Jacuzzi
  • Indoor pool
  • Restaurant
  • Roof terrace
  • Sauna / Steam Room
  • Pet-friendly


  • 24-hour front desk
  • Beauty treatments / massages (fees apply)

Room amenities

  • Central heating
  • Coffee / tea-making facilities
  • Iron and ironing board


  • Complimentary Wi-Fi throughout


  • Bathrobes
  • Bathtub
  • Hair-dryer


  • Complimentary parking


Check-in: Standard Time is 3pm.

Minimum age required to check in: 18.

Checkout: Standard Time is 11am.

Children and additional guests: Infant cots/extra beds available on request, free of charge, for children aged up to 15. This does not include breakfast. Extra beds available on request for guests aged 16 and over: £50 per night. This includes breakfast. Supplements are not included automatically in the total price and will be charged directly by the hotel. See room descriptions and rate policies for information about room occupancy and prices.
Please use the Special Request field on the checkout page to request a cot/extra bed and confirm the age of the third guest.

Pets: Dogs are allowed on request and will be charged at £15 per day. Charges will be added to your bill. Dogs may not be allowed in all room categories, please check directly with the hotel.

Cancellation: Cancellation policy & booking conditions vary by 'rate plan'. These will be displayed on the payment page after you have searched for your dates and selected a rate.

Have a Question? Contact Travelzoo.

Customer Service available Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm

Rates may vary by date, are subject to availability and are not guaranteed until your purchase is complete.

Please note: Some amenities and services may not be available in all rooms or may incur an additional charge. All prices stated have been verified at the time of publication and may vary at the discretion of the hotel.

Enjoyed This
(73 Member Ratings)
Ratings & reviews reflect verified member feedback for New Park Manor Hotel (part of Luxury Family Hotels) over the past 15 months.
4.3 Ambiance
4.7 Location
3.8 Rooms
4.6 Quality of Service
4.4 Value for the Money
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Enjoyed Most
The staff didn't seem to be familiar with the Travelzoo deal and didn't know about the early check in, late check out or cream tea. After a bit of discussion, the receptionist did make sure our room was ready and sorted out the cream tea booking. We weren't offered a room upgrade. There was also a bit of confusion over how much we had left to pay but that was my fault as I'd assumed I had paid upfront and not just a deposit. This was sorted out when we checked out.
Other Comments
All in all, we enjoyed our stay. We did notice that the swimming pool/ spa area had not been maintained very well since our last visit and the window frames around the pool were rotting which was a shame. We did have a very enjoyable dinner and the cream tea was good. Our room was small ( as specified) but it was comfortable. the only gripe was the lack of plug sockets and I couldn't dry my hair in front of a mirror ( which led to an interesting hair style!) The bathroom was very cold due to old wooden sash windows and a howling wind and the shower door wouldn't shut properly which led to water spraying over the floor.
Adrienne 02 Mar, 2020 Littlehampton, UK
Enjoyed Most
Everything else was good. Evening meal (adult only) was excellent. Staff friendly and helpful. Accommodation comfortable.
Other Comments
We weren’t aware that it is recommended as a ‘family friendly’ hotel. Very noisy at breakfast with families and young children. Not good for couples without children. Separate dining areas would make all the difference.
Brian 15 Sep, 2019 Chelmsford, UK
Enjoyed Most
Great location with amazing food and wonderful views.
Other Comments
The food was outstanding!!!
Justin 17 Jul, 2019 Thatcham, UK
Enjoyed Most
Lovely location and food was very good. Room on second floor was small and very hot.
Helen 13 Jul, 2019 Rustington, UK
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We had a very good time at New Park Manor. The quality of service was excellent, the food lovely and the spa facilities were outstanding. The room was comfortable, clean and had a lovely view. My one issue was that although we were informed it was a small double (this was not a problem in itself) we did not know that it was at the very top of the building with many stairs to climb and under the eves. this meant that my husband (who at 64 is none to mobile) had to crawl across the bed to get to his side and was unable to sit up or he banged his head on the sloping ceiling. I appreciate that quiet often when using discounted vouchers you are only entitled to the minimum standard of accommodation but I think it would have been useful to know on this occasion just how small the room was. It also meant that you had to be careful using the toilet or again you banged your head and although the bath room was lovely you had to sit in the bath to use the shower (which you had to hold, it was not attached to the wall) Having said all that we were able to see the funny side, but if someone with mobility/walking issues was to book this I think they would find the accommodation challenging.
Sue 11 Jul, 2019 Ashford, UK
Enjoyed Most
The setting was great, the room was on the small side and had no fixed shower. There was also a three story climb to the room. Food was first class as was the service. Breakfast on the first morning was as if we were in a creche with many very young children. The staff clearly responded to complaints on this point and we were served in the restaurant the next day.
Other Comments
It would appear that the hotel has built up a large client base of young families with two to three year old children which could be off putting.
Colin 29 Jun, 2019 Towcester, UK
Enjoyed Most
Great relaxing time
James 27 Jun, 2019 Arundel, UK
Enjoyed Most
The voucher for dinner was a complicated process when trying to pay by cash the outstanding balance. The room was very dark and very warm.
Karen 26 Jun, 2019 Maidenhead, UK
Enjoyed Most
Overall the hotel was good giving us a neutral experience and we had a few niggles which we felt let down our overall experience. The Travelzoo deal was excellent value for money and in some respects we tolerated the negatives. However, we would not pay higher prices to stay at New Park Manor in the future. The hotel has excellent facilities but is let down by staff who are willing but do not seem co-ordinated, managed or monitored in their delivery of service to clients.
Other Comments
On arrival reception staff had a good manner with clients. The hotel is has gone out of its way to be attractive to young children and we congratulate whoever was responsible for designing the 'child friendly' surroundings. The main guest reception entrance seems to be the only access into the hotel? Whilst we were in reception an electrical contractor carrying out work was coming in and out with tools, followed by a goods delivery of 6 boxes on a sack trolley. I held the doors open for the chap, the reception staff seemed unaware of the the potential safety risk to guests with children. We stayed in Cedar room which was fairly large and comfortable with a king size bed and a T.V in the shower! During the evening we were annoyed by intermittent loud footfall noises from guests with children in the room above, as if it was a hard floor? We booked dinner for 7.00 pm so we could watch World Cup football at 8 pm. We were first in the dining room with other guests joining us at 7.10. We waited 45 minutes from the time we gave our order, until our first main course food dish from the set menu arrived on our table. We thought that was poor service, but sometimes things go wrong? At breakfast next morning we avoided the rather basic cold buffet selection in favour of cooked breakfasts. Coffee arrived but the waitress didn't take our food order, whilst other dining room staff were cleaning tables and some kind of staff gathering was a welcome group outside the restaurant. We waited and waited for our hot food order to be taken, then had to get up and ask. We finished our breakfast with a danish pastry from the basket, turned it over only to find the pastry hard and burned underneath! Who was responsible for preparing/heating the pastries and checking they were in good condition for guests? We started to see common problems of management running through the delivery of services which we felt were mainly responsible for our poor experience. More than one staff member is involved in table service and there seems to be no one person responsible for overseeing the smooth co-ordination of individual service functions. At dinner we were attended by 3-4 different members of staff for only several tables, with it seems, no single member of staff joining everything together. Breakfast was a similar experience - plenty of people all doing different tasks, but nobody supervising service to ensure guest experience was a consistent high standard from door welcome to leaving the table. Management need to consider closer monitoring of tasks. Writing down the time a guest gives their order at table and the time they are served the last dish would be a start to measure what's going on, setting targets and improving service. When we checked out of the hotel we were not asked about our stay and to give feedback.
Carolyn 10 Jul, 2019 Chandlers Ford,, UK
Enjoyed Most
Lovely food. Lovely place. Lovely spa! Deer in the grounds.
Carys 07 Jul, 2019 Pontypridd, UK

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