Spot In The Woods hotel reopens in the New Forest after revamp

Spot in the Woods

Boutique hotel Spot In The Woods, found in the New Forest, has fully reopened its doors following a temporary closure.

The secluded hotel features 11 individually decorated rooms that come equipped with Nespresso coffee machines and Mozzo coffee, Roberts radios, and homemade snacks, with some also including roll top baths.

Each en suite bathroom also comes with full-size 100 Acre toiletries that guests are encouraged to leave behind in a commitment from the hotel to make more sustainable decisions.

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There are an additional five shepherd huts too, complete with electric log fires and all the same signature touches you’d find in the bedrooms, should guests want to enjoy a more rustic stay.

Four-legged friends are also welcome.

The food and beverage offering has also been reinvented, with new menus boasting locally sourced and forest-inspired food.

The hotel’s on-site kitchen is open all day serving breakfast and brunch dishes, alongside pizzas and seasonally changing specials.

Paul Brown, Hillbrooke Hotels Managing Director said: “Along with many others in the hospitality industry, Spot in the Woods has been through some challenging times over the last 18 months or so, and we are delighted to be open once again, with a new identity designed to provoke lasting memories.

“It has been a long road and we are so grateful for people’s patience and support over these difficult times.

“Whilst our guests and team’s safety remains the first priority, people will always receive a warm welcome at this particular Spot in the Woods.”

Spot in the Woods is one of four hotels within Hillbrooke Hotels, which is a small collection of boutique hotels and pubs with rooms on or near stately homes and estates around the UK.

The groups other sites include The Master’s Builder at Buckler’s Hard, The Bull & Swan at Burghley and The William Cecil at Stamford.

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