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Beaulieu is famous for being the home of the British National Museum and has attracted many to its doors for its many tourist highlights, notably the Beaulieu Jazz Festival that draws people from all over the country. The Beaulieu Hotels are many in number and varying in design allow for all tastes and needs catering to the business guest and the leisure traveller, the Hotels are well placed providing easy access to the towns tourist spots and business centres.

This idyllic town is set in the New Forest and boasts a naval boat building history, it is a picturesque village of Georgian cottages and home to Palace House the ancestral home of the Montague family since 1538. It is a fascinating town multi faceted providing attractions for all, the skyline is broken with inspiring vision of an informal family mansion built upon the ruins of a medieval abbey, its most famous attractions is the world famous National Motor Museum.

Beaulieu Abbey was originally founded by the Cistercian order of monks in 1204, on land that was granted by Kind John. Sadly most of the Abbey was destroyed in the Dissolution of the Monasteries, but the Dumos the lay brother's refectory, has been largely preserved and now is home to exhibits that tell the story of the abbey and daily life of the monks who lived here.

The New Forest offers a romantic backdrop and provides days of adventure and the perfect setting for some of the finest Beaulieu Hotels. The Catalogue of Hotels that exist is vast and is sure to meet the needs of all range from expansive five star Resorts set over many acres to Business hotels set near the Motorways for easy access and unique Boutique Hotels designed for the individuals comfort.

Beaulieu is well situated being a matter of minutes from both Southampton and Bournemouth airports and on the M27 proving excellent access to the rest of the country. The Accommodations are individually decorated and styled to create a warm and comfortable atmospheres, the catalogue includes en suite guestrooms to multi roomed suites hosting seating areas, dining areas and work stations. All are en-suite with bath and shower. The Accommodations offer guests wonderful views of the town and surrounding countryside.

The area allows visitors to explore Dorchester and Thomas Hardy country to the west in the north is found ancient Stonehenge and the cathedral cities of Salisbury and Winchester, closer to home are the glorious Exbury Gardens and Lymington's steep cobbled street, Saturday markets and ferries to the Isle of Wight.

The Beaulieu Hotels host a range Michelin Starred signature restaurants that host cuisines created by master chefs from fresh seasonal produce, Dining Rooms play host to well crafted a la carte menus, whilst terraces and garden patios host more relaxed fare. Early morning is greeted with a full buffet English breakfast and Coffee Houses and executive lounges provide all day beverages and light snacks the perfect environment for meeting with friends or business associates.

Spas provide a swimming pool, poolside sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, and a state-of-the-art gym ensuring relaxation and a thorough body work out. Extensive on site venues provide for meetings and conferences.

The Beaulieu Hotels are beautifully set and provide welcome and comfort guaranteeing returns to the area.