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East Boldre bed and breakfast

BURT'S CHAPEL,
Masseys,
Masseys Lane,
East Boldre,
New Forest,
Hampshire,
SO42 7WE

Burt's Chapel, East Boldre

Contact: Lynn Clark
Telephone: 01590 611021 / 07778 160430
Email:lynnjoannaclark@
gmail.com


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Nineteenth century Burt's Chapel offers self-contained accommodation with bistro-style outdoor table and chairs overlooking pretty view. A luxurious continental breakfast tray is brought to your door each morning. We use local produce when possible and do our best to accommodate special dietary requirements.
Facilities: bright, spacious double bedroom with dining area; monsoon shower room; underfloor heating; log burner; wifi; freeview flat screen TV; tea, coffee facilities, small fridge, New Forest Aromatics toiletries; hair dryer; organic towels; travel cot and high chair; off road parking, secure bike storage.
No smoking and regretfully no pets.
Two night minimum stay, from £85 per night.

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** New Forest ponies and other animals**
The New Forest
Commoners' ponies, cattle, pigs, sheep and donkeys are a popular part of the New Forest scene, but during 2019 agisters attended 159 road traffic accidents involving these animals, a small but disappointing increase on the 154 accidents attended in 2018.

Sadly, 58 animals were killed - 35 ponies, 13 cows, 8 donkeys and 2 sheep, whilst a further 32 were injured - 3 pigs, 9 donkeys, 11 cows and 9 ponies.

(Forty-three accidents occurred in daylight, 15 at twilight and 101 in the dark. Twenty-seven accidents were not reported by the driver involved).
** Always take care when driving **
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Content produced by Andrew Walmsley