ContactThe Fox & Hounds pub can be found right at the heart of Lyndhurst, which itself is set in the centre of The New Forest.
While the New Forest may be the UK’s smallest national park, it's certainly one of the most beautiful – with a range of great attractions and plenty of natural wonder to discover.
If you’re travelling from London and the South East, follow the M27. Exit at Junction 1 for Cadnam, then follow the A337 to Lyndhurst. From the West, use the A31 from Dorset, and if you’re coming down from the North, use the A338 from Salisbury. However you get here, parking can be found in the large Pay & Display car park in the centre of town.
The Number 6 bus stops hourly on Lyndhurst High Street (outside the Crown Hotel for buses from Lymington, and outside the Lyndhurst Park Hotel for buses from Southampton).
Our nearest train station is at Ashurst, a couple of miles away. If it helps, there’s a cycle path that runs right the way between the two towns (bike parking is free in the Lyndhurst Pay & Display car park).
And if you’re a car enthusiast, don’t forget the Beaulieu National Motor Museum is also close by. Promising a great day out, the museum is home to motorsport memorabilia dating back as far as the 1800s.