Burley Manor New Forest Hotels

Burley Manor

A beautiful baronial-style hotel

Burley Manor

Burley Manor

1 Ringwood Road



BH24 4BS


Conference/Events 02380 286126

Reservations: 0800 44 44 41


Burley Manor Bedroom



Burley Manor Meeting Room



Burley Manor Function space/Conference Suite


Ideal for your short break in the New Forest, Burley Manor offers 38 elegantly decorated bedrooms, all equipped with the essentials for a great stay.


Enjoy beautiful countryside views that this location in the heart of the New Forest has to offer, just outside of the bewitching village of Burley.


Roaring log fires warm the lounge in the winter and a heated outdoor pool compliments the grounds during the summer months. This beautiful hotel is dated back to 1852 and was once a royal manor, which is shown in its baronial style entrance and décor.


Whether you have been enjoying a day out and about exploring the New Forest, or a hard day of meetings in one of our conference suite, Burley Manor can offer you the perfect place to unwind and enjoy some delicious food and drink.


The delightful oak panelled restaurant with adjoining Victorian style conservatory offers an extensive a la carte menu together with an imaginative wine list.


Burley Manor Hotel is a beautiful baronial-style hotel, set in the heart of the New Forest, but conveniently located just 10 minutes from the A31 dual carriageway, Burley Manor is an ideal venue for meetings and seminars for up to 90 delegates.


The hotel is easily accessible from Bournemouth, Ringwood and Southampton, and the extensive grounds include ample free parking.


The conference facilities consist of two well-equipped rooms, both with their own individual character and each with the benefit of FREE Wi-Fi internet access.


Our five acres of landscaped gardens provide the opportunity to stage a variety of outdoor events including teambuilding activities such as archery and team challenges.


Stay with us at Burley Manor, it may be easy to find, but we think you’ll find it hard to leave.