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Lyndhurst pubs

Crown Hotel (A)
The Crown, Lyndhurst

Location: Almost opposite the parish church, at the top of Lyndhurst High Street

Postcode: SO43 7NF (for Sat Nav and Google Maps users)

Food: Yes - Bar and Grill

Garden: Yes

Accommodation: Yes

The Crown Hotel, Lyndhurst - historical image
A glimpse of the past - The Crown Hotel
as it was in the 19th century

At the bar:

Flack's Double Drop
Peroni Nastro Azzurro Lager
Corona Lager

(All details as at May 2017)

Fox and Hounds (B)
Fox and Hounds, Lyndhurst

Location: Mid-way along Lyndhurst High Street

Postcode: SO43 7BG (for Sat Nav and Google Maps users)

Food: Yes

Garden: Yes

Accommodation: No

The Fox and Hounds, Lyndhurst - historical image
A glimpse of the past -
a Lyndhurst street scene featuring the
Fox and Hounds and also, on the right,
the now defunct Volunteer Arms

At the bar:

Fuller’s London Pride
Gales HSB
Gales Seafarers
Amstel
Heineken
Peroni
Fuller’s Frontier
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
Camden Brewery Gentleman’s Wit
Guinness
Fuller’s Organic Honeydew
Aspall’s Cyder
Cornish Orchard’s Gold

(All details as at March 2015)

Mailmans Arms (C)
Mailmans Arms, Lyndhurst

Location: At the bottom end of Lyndhurst High Street

Postcode: SO43 7BE (for Sat Nav and Google Maps users)

Food: Yes, including all day availability on Saturdays and Sundays, and cream teas in season.

Garden: Yes

Accommodation: Yes

The Mailmans Arms and The Stag Hotel, Lyndhurst - historical image
A glimpse of the past -
The Mailmans Arms and The Stag Hotel

At the bar:

Abbot Ale
Greene King IPA
Bolton's Bench Forest Bitter
Guinness
Stella Artois
Foster's
Staropramen Lager
Budweiser
Strongbow
Thatchers Gold Cider

(All details as at May 2017)

Stag Hotel (D)
Stag Hotel, Lyndhurst

Location: At the bottom end of Lyndhurst High Street

Postcode: SO43 7BE (for Sat Nav and Google Maps users)

Food: Cream teas, and a full menu available all day from 12.00 noon.

Garden: Yes

Accommodation: Yes

The Stag Hotel, Lyndhurst - historical image
A glimpse of the past - The Stag Hotel
during the great blizzard of 1908

At the bar:

Abbot Ale
Greene King IPA
Old Speckled Hen
Guinness
Stella Artois
San Miguel
Carlsberg
Peroni Nastro Azzurro Lager
Aspalls Suffolk Cider
Thatchers Gold Somerset Cider

(All details as at May 2017)

Waterloo Arms (E)
Waterloo Arms, Lyndhurst

Location: Pikes Hill, off the A337 Cadnam road, 0.75 kilometres from Lyndhurst centre

Postcode: SO43 7AS

Food: 12.00 noon - 9.00 pm (9.30pm on Friday and Saturday)

Garden: Yes

Accommodation: No

At the bar:

Ringwood Fortyniner
Ringwood Best
Sharp’s Doom Bar
Sharp’s Pilsner
Guinness
Carling
San Miguel
Aspalls Suffolk Cider
Addlestones Cloudy Cider
Magners Original Irish Cider
Rekorderlig Dry Apple Cider
Thatchers Gold Somerset Cider

(All details as at May 2017)

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New Forest ponies
New Forest ponies in the road
New Forest ponies, cattle, pigs, sheep and donkeys are a popular part of the New Forest scene, but in 2015, 55 were killed on the roads.
Always take care when driving
New Forest seasonal highlights
July
Silver-washed fritillary butterflies brighten many woodland rides.
Bird song subsides as the annual moult begins, old worn feathers are cast off and new replacements grown.
Wild gladiolus plants bloom. (In the UK, this species is found only in the New Forest).
Dragonflies and Damselflies take to the wing in ever increasing numbers.

August
Heather blossom produces huge swathes of heathland colour, adding to the pinks and purples of earlier flowering cross-leaved heath and bell heather.
Fallow, red and sika deer antlers, when fully grown, are cleaned of velvet in preparation for the autumn rut.
New Forest pony drifts - the annual round-ups begin.
Marsh gentian blooms add splashes of blue to some of the wetter heathlands.
New Forest 'what's on' - a small
selection of local events and activities
July 2017
Saturday, 1st - Burley Village Hall, Cycle Jumble, 9.30am - 3.00pm.
Friday, 14th - Brockenhurst Village Hall, Film night - Hidden Figures (PG), 7.00pm - 10.30pm.
Saturday, 15th - St Michael and All Angels Church, Lyndhurst, Per Piacere Chamber Orchestra, 7.30pm.
Sunday, 16th - Lyndhurst Community Centre, Lady Cynthia's Fleamarket, 10.00am - 4.00pm.

August 2017
Throughout the month - Exbury Gardens, Look Twice Artists Exhibition, 10.00am - 5.00pm.
Sunday, 6th - Lymington Summer Spectacular, from 10.00am.
Wednesday, 16th - New Forest Reptile Centre, Wild Wednesday, 10.30am - 4.00pm.
Thursday, 24th - Bolton's Bench, Lyndhurst, Wild About Ponies, 1.00pm - 2.00pm.
For further details, view the full New Forest What's on programme.
Content produced by Andrew Walmsley
Content produced by Andrew Walmsley