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Salmons' Reach Guest House
28 Stanpit, Mudeford
BH23 3LZ

Contact: Jane Hunt
Tel: 01202 477315
  • £25 p.p. - £32 p.p. per night Other Currency
  • Sleeps Up To 15
  • Salmons' Reach Guest House Grading : N/A
  • Children Allowed : welcome
  • Pets Allowed : sorry, no pets
  • Smoking Policy : allowed
  • Alcohol License : sorry, no sales
  • Parking Available : present
  • Wheelchair Access : sorry, no wheelchair access
  • Salmons' Reach Guest House Christchurch - Walking - Countryside - New Forest National Park
    Salmons' Reach is a family-run guest house located in the delightful village of Mudeford, within walking distance of Mudeford Quay, Christchurch town centre and many local restaurants, pubs and places of interest. A short drive will take you to Bournemouth, the New Forest, Ringwood, Lymington or Lyndhurst.

    Bed and Breakfast
    En-Suite available
    TV in all rooms
    Open all year
    Off-road parking

    :: Local Area
    Whatever the time of year, Christchurch is the perfect choice for a well-deserved short break, longer stay or even for just a few hours.

    The warm welcome you will receive and the wealth of things to do and see in the area will give you memories to treasure forever and make you want to return time and time again. Christchurchs' unique combination of fascinating heritage, beautiful coastline, peaceful rivers and spectacular natural harbour appeals to all ages and provides all the ingredients to make your visit extra special.

    The beautiful villages of Highcliffe and Mudeford are both in the borough of Christchurch.

    :: New Forest Area.
    The New Forest in Hampshire, England was originally commandeered in 1079 as a deer hunting area by the king, William the Conqueror. As Duke William of Normandy (known as "William the Bastard"), he had successfully invaded England in 1066.

    The New Forest is a beautiful area, but it is not "natural" in the sense of untouched by man.

    The Forest has been moulded by the fads of monarchs since William, and the changing priorities of the Crown over the last 900 years: deer; timber for naval shipbuilding; commercial timber production; recreation.

    Salmons' Reach Guest House  -   Christchurch   -   Dorset

    Contact:  Jane Hunt   Tel:  01202 477315   -   Website: > (Click Here)


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