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Places to stay

Looking for a place to stay near Buckler’s Hard? The Beaulieu Estate offers a range of options, many of which are within the historic village itself.

The following properties are owned by the Beaulieu Estate. For other providers and campsites please visit

Places to stay in Buckler's Hard

Duke’s bath house

A unique Grade II listed former bath house with thatched roof and rustic tree trunk veranda, set in an idyllic location beside the Beaulieu River.

Sleeps 2 with a double bed. 1 bathroom. 1 dog welcome.

Visit Duke’s Bath House website

The master builder’s house hotel

Originally the home of Henry Adams, the Master Builder of Buckler’s Hard, this hotel has 8 bedrooms in the main house, some with uninterrupted views of the Beaulieu River. There are also 18 ‘Posh Classic’ rooms in the Henry Adams Annexe.

Visit The Master Builder’s House Hotel website

The harbourmasters

One of two character Georgian terrace properties on the high street of Buckler’s Hard.

Sleeps up to 8 with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. 2 dogs welcome.

Managed by The Master Builder’s House Hotel. 

Further afield

Crow’s nest cabin

A striking stilt house set in a leafy and tranquil position moments from Beaulieu River, benefits from a wood burner for those cosy nights in and beautiful surroundings.

Sleeps 2 with a king-size bed.  1 bathroom.  1 dog welcome.

Visit the Crow’s Nest Cabin website.

Old telephone exchange

Situated just outside the village of Buckler’s Hard, this romantic cottage benefits from open plan studio style living and charming views.

Sleeps 2 with a king-size bed. 1 bathroom. 1 dog welcome.

Visit the Old Telephone Exchange website

Orchard Cottage

A real hidden gem, discover the serene charm of Thorns Beach, which sits on the edge of the Beaulieu Estate, and is a short stroll from the glistening waters and tranquil ambience of the New Forest National Park.

Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms. 2 bathrooms. 1 dog welcome.

Visit the Orchard Cottage website.

Leygreen farmhouse

Quality self-contained holiday lets in a Victorian farmhouse just half a mile from the entrance to the Beaulieu visitor attraction.

The farmhouse sleeps up to 12 guests for a minimum 3 night stay.

Visit the Leygreen Farmhouse website

Camping in the New Forest

Camping in the New Forest run Forestry England’s ten New Forest campsites and offers visitors a unique opportunity to reconnect with nature.

If you are looking for a holiday in tranquil surroundings near to Beaulieu, visit the Camping New Forest website.

For a full list of local hotels, B&Bs and campsites, please visit tourism website

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