Contact The Montagu Arms in Hampshire

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The Montagu Arms
Beaulieu, New Forest, Hampshire, SO42 7ZL

Tel: 01590 612324
Reservations: 01590 624467

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How to find us

You'll find our country house hotel in a quiet corner of the New Forest called Beaulieu - just an hour and a half from London and 20 minutes from the centre of Southampton. And with easy access to the M3 and everything that Hampshire has to offer, The Montagu Arms is the perfect place to enjoy romantic getaways, lavish weddings, fine dining, and corporate events.

If you require any further information, please contact Reception on 01590 612324.

Getting here...

  1. By road

    From London: Follow the M3, bypassing Winchester and join the M27 westbound, following signs to Bournemouth.

    Leave the M27 at Junction 2, and turn left at the roundabout, following brown Tourist Board signs for the National Motor Museum and Beaulieu (A326).

    Continue along the A326 until Dibden Purlieu, and turn right at the roundabout onto the B3054 signposted to Beaulieu.

    As you enter Beaulieu village, The Montagu Arms Hotel is on your left. Draw up in front of the Hotel and we will be happy to assist you with your luggage.

  2. By train

    Beaulieu Road Railway Station is a small station, an eight-minute drive from the hotel. Brockenhurst Railway Station, a 13-minute drive from the hotel, operates a more regular service with direct trains from London Waterloo available.

  3. By air

    The closest airports are Southampton (only 18 miles away) and Bournemouth (approx 20 miles away).

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About us

Our country house hotel started out as a coaching inn back in the 16th century, and it's fair to say that we've got a fair few stories to tell.