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Elmers Court Hotel & Resort


Macdonald Elmers Court Hotel & Resort is located on the stunning Solent Coast, at the edge of the New Forest and lies within 23 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds.

Our resort in the New Forest offers the perfect setting for any occasion offering both hotel and self-catering accommodation, excellent facilities and stunning gardens. The 19th century manor house overlooks our Queen Mary lawn, the Lymington River.

Ideally located for local attractions, the Isle of Wight and towns of Southampton and Bournemouth, Macdonald Elmers Court Hotel in the New Forest is the perfect place to stay whether you're looking for a romantic break for two or family holiday.

Elegant surroundings

Luxury spa

On-site Restaurant

Wedding Venue

Leisure Facilities

Special events

4-Star Hotel & Self-Catering Resort New Forest

Enjoy the best of both worlds as you choose between hotel and self-catered accommodation.

A few minutes' walk away from the manor house, you will find our courtyard housing 42 comfortable hotel bedrooms and our Solent Restaurant where we serve delicious afternoon teas as well as our excellent relaxed dining menu.

Across the beautifully landscaped ground you can choose between self-catering lodges, cottages or apartments in our Manor house - ideal for longer stays with family and friends. 

There is also our excellent Vital Health & Wellbeing Club to make use of during your stay with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, fully equipped gymnasium as well as an array of other indoor and outdoor activities. Also worth a visit is our Elemis Spa, with four treatment rooms and a relaxation area to help you unwind after a long day roaming our landscaped gardens close by New Forest.

Hotel Information

South Baddesley Road
SO41 5ZB

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Check-in from 3pm and check-out at 11am

Macdonald Elmers Court Hotel & Resort is rated 3.8 out of 5 based on 705 Google reviews. See all reviews, Information is correct at the time of publishing.