There are plenty of local hotels and bed and breakfasts to choose from if delegates want to stay off-site when attending a programme that spans more than a day or if they need to stay the night before or after a programme as they have far to travel.

We have links with a number of local hotels and are more than happy to help with reservations. For delegates staying in in local hotels we can organised bicycle hire for the delegates to cycle to and from their hotel. The terrain is quite flat and the route uses forest tracks and minor roads. We are happy to arrange transfer of luggage. However, we do urge you to consider the overnight accommodation we have on site. Delegates find the more unusual Shepherd's hut accommodation delightful and we can open our licensed Woodland Bar, organise an evening meal and, of course, breakfast the following morning. We find delegates always enjoy their evening socialising around the camp fire. During the day we can provide standard conference facilities in our Carpenters Barn, which is equipped with black-out blinds and a presentation screen. We can help with the set up of audio-visual equipment but recommend that presenters bring their own projectors to ensure compatibility. To keep delegates focused and alert and to vary the pace of a conference or long meeting we can incorporate regular breakout sessions for 'energiser' activities. Alternatively we can bring our mobile activities to your hotel.

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Local hotels

  • Balmer Lawn Hotel, Brockenhurst
  • Careys Manor Hotel, Brockenhurst
  • Bartley Lodge Hotel, Cadnum
  • The Beaulieu Hotel, Beaulieu
  • Forest Lodge Hotel, Lyndhurst
  • Moorhill House Hotel, Burley
  • Rhinefield House Hotel, Brockenhurst
  • Chewton Glen Hotel, New Milton
  • Stanwell House Hotel, Lymington
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Forest and ponies

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Sea and marinas

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Visitor quote

"I really enjoyed our green team building adventure - we arrived by train and cycled to and from our hotel to the centre. At the end of an exhausting day I was able to enjoy a bit of luxury at the hotel"

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