Hoburne Naish is a charming holiday park located in New Milton, Hampshire. With a wide selection of holiday chalets and lodges you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing your accommodation. And you won't be disappointed with the surroundings either. With amazing panoramic views from the cliff top position, Hoburne Naish looks out over the Isle of Wight.
Within the park itself there is plenty to keep everyone entertained. With indoor and outdoor pools, fantastic family entertainment and not forgetting the Sammy Seahorse Club this park really does cater towards the needs of the active family.
The lodges at Hoburne Naish provide a unique base for your stay. The Solent Lodge 3 has three bedrooms and is a spacious lodge with DVD, dishwasher and outdoor terrace. Two of the lodges have ramp access and are suited for disabled visitors. The Solent 4 is a very large lodge with four bedrooms sleeping 8. For a touch of luxury the Chewton 3 Lodge is brand new for 2009. This is a luxury open plan lodge that sleeps up to 6 adults.
- Indoor and outdoor heated pools
- Children’s paddling pool
- Fitness room, sauna and steam room
- Childrens’ clubs
- Satellite TV (in club)
- Wi-Fi access
- Pool tables *
- table tennis *
- Soft play area
- Amusement arcade *
- Bingo *
- Adventure playground
- Basketball/mini-football area
- Crazy golf *
- Hard tennis court *
- Park shop
- All other facilities available for all dates.
- * Charges Apply.
- Choose from cedarwood chalets or spacious lodges - all comfortably furnished and equipped.
- Outdoor hot tub (in Becton Lodge 3 Plus only)
- Kitchen including microwave
- Bath and/or shower
- Bed linen and duvets
- Electricity included
- Beds made up for your arrival
- Babies must be included in party total
- Travel cots and highchairs £15pw each
- Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
- Pets £30pw each or £20 per short break each (in specific Solent Lodge 3 only)
- All non smoking accommodation
Vintage pitched roof cedar chalets, situated on the unfenced cliff top. One double and one twin. Additional sleeping for two in the lounge area. Bath with overhead shower. Towels included. No pets.
Becton Lodge 3
Luxury lodge with one master bedroom with king size bed, flat screen TV and ensuite shower and two twin. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area with dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine. Flat screen TV with Freeview/DVD and integrated sound system. Bathroom with whirlpool bath with overhead shower. Heating throughout. Towels included. Maid service available (Tue and Thu). Decking with patio furniture. Early 1.00pm check in. No pets.
Chewton Executive Lodge
New in 2017. The park’s finest lodges with one master double with ensuite WC and two twin. Family bathroom. Flat screen TV with DVD. Dishwasher and washing machine. Towels included. Sun deck. No pets.
Solent Lodge 3
Spacious lodge with one double and two twin. Bath with overhead shower. Additional shower room. Freeview and DVD. Dishwasher. Additional TV in master bedroom. Decking with garden furniture.
Solent Lodge 3 WF
Spacious lodge with one double and two twin. Wheelchair access via ramp, a wheel-in shower room and wider doorway and space to the main bedroom for easier access. There is parking close to the lodge. No pets.
Solent Lodge 4
Spacious lodge with two double and two twin. Bath with overhead shower. Additional shower room. Freeview and DVD. Dishwasher. Additional TV in master bedroom. Decking with garden furniture. No pets.
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Oakdene Forest holiday park makes an ideal break for families with plenty of activities including an indoor and outdoor pool, crazy golf and kids clubs in high season.
This is a really fun and memorable attraction which is suitable for day trips or short breaks. You can buy your tickets online which will help you beat the queues especially in school holidays as well as save money. With a whole host of attractions and thrilling rides there might not be enough time in the day! Exciting rides include the Edge and The Cobra. More family friendly rides for younger children include the Magic Carpet Ride and the Flying Frog. We are sure the whole family will have fun at Paultons so check out their website for the latest opening times and admission costs.
New Forest Wildlife Park should be high on your list of places to visit if you are visiting this region. Stretched out over 25 acres of stunning woodland you can wander around and come face to face with various species of wildlife. Highlights include the North American
River otter; European wolf, 12 species of owls, badgers, foxes and deer. When you need to re-charge your batteries head to the Woodland Bakehouse Tearoom for delicious meals and light bites. There is also a charming gift shop.
Great, would visit again
We couldn't fault the Lodge. All furniture and fixtures and fittings were new.
It was immaculately clean and and very comfortable.
It had everything that could possibly be needed, a home from home.
Graham, Highworth. Swindon
An excellent 4 night break and well worth the money
The accommodation was spotlessly clean, everything you would need whilst on holiday. However, if I was being picky I would argue the fact that this is sold as a lodge. It isn't a lodge, it's a luxury caravan. I also think that they are overpriced and far too close together.
Diane, Leamington Spa
Booked for next summer
It was all good, a very chilled time.
We only had 1 error with our holiday and that was the know it all/ power headed manager of the park. He was extremely rude and undermining as we enjoyed a swim at the park. We lost 1 of our swimming bands so he refused to give back our club passes until we found it. 10 minutes running around a boiling hot swimming pool with 4 screaming and tired kids was the most stressful experience ever. So much that we refused to take the kids swimming again after that day. We gave up looking in the end, to which my friend asked what we were meant to do. He handed back our passes eventually, commenting to our 3 year old that she wouldn't be able play in the park or have fun on holiday without her pass and her being very lucky he gave them back. I felt his people manners were hideous and feel sorry for anyone who has to work with him.
Just a lovely relaxing time had by all.
Beautiful lodge, plenty of space between lodges
the entertainment staff were extremely friendly and made our daughters time there even more enjoyable.
No place to go with a dog can't even get to the bar to get a drink.
Nice Camp. Appeared to be plenty of facilities although not used by ourselves with exception of the cafe & camp shop. Great location to visit places in both Hampshire & Dorset.
A lovely chalet with an excellent view across to the Isle of Wight. Parking was particularly suitable for those who have impaired mobility as it was only a few metres from the chalet. On arrival the chalet was clean and tidy.
Loved it, it was out of school hold, so it was very quiet.
We stayed at hoburne naish second week in September, we had a very nice lodge (no pets). The facilities were all very clean. and were relaxing. What we saw of the staff, they were polite and helpful and we had no rain so that was a bonus.
Great fun for children.
Lodge spotlessly clean with great facilities.
Beautiful walk along the beach
This was our 3rd time at Hoburne Naish and we have not been disapointed yet