Situated a mile and a half into the New Forest National Park in Hampshire, the Rhinefield House Hotel is in a secluded area of this lush and verdant landscape, which has a deep and colourful history.
Take advantage of the heritage and cultural sites that the New Forest and the surrounding areas have to offer, when you take a relaxing stay at Rhinefield House Hotel in Hampshire.
Beaulieu Motor Museum - Beaulieu, one of the South of England’s top day visitor attractions, is set in the heart of the New Forest, the UK’s newest National Park. Beaulieu is a guaranteed great family day out with lots for everyone to enjoy including the world famous National Motor Museum, Palace House, home of the Montagu family, and historic Beaulieu Abbey.
Guided Walks - Walking is a wonderful way to see the New Forest National Park close up.
Highcliffe Castle - Highcliffe Castle has been described as arguably the most important surviving house of the Romantic and Picturesque style of architecture, which flourished at the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century.
Hinton Ampner - Hinton Ampner is best known for its magnificent garden with stunning views to the south. The elegant country house was remodelled by Ralph Dutton, the 8th and last Lord Sherborne, in 1960 after a devastating fire, and contains his collection of Georgian and Regency furniture, Italian pictures and objets d'art.
Mottisfont - At the heart of this tranquil rural estate is Mottisfont, set in glorious grounds alongside the fast-flowing River Test. There are many layers of history for the visitor to explore, including the Gothic remains of the original 13th-century Augustinian priory.
The Vyne - Originally built as a great Tudor 'power house', The Vyne was visited by King Henry VIII on at least three occasions and later became a family home, cherished by the Chute family for more than 350 years. Dramatic improvements and changes over the centuries have made The Vyne a fascinating microcosm of changing fads and fashions.
Winchester City Mill - The City Mill is a rare surviving example of an urban working corn mill, powered by the fast-flowing River Itchen, which can be seen passing under the mill, thrilling our visitors.
There is much, much more to see and do, so please speak to the hotel or consult a guide book for further recommendations and suggestions.