It really should be illegal not to have a Sunday roast on Easter Sunday. Why not treat yourself to an extra special Sunday dinner in one of The New Forest’s hotel restaurants.

Here’s our top 5:

1) Balmer Lawn:
Beresford’s restaurant at Balmer Lawn hotel is renowned for its great food and great service. With their AA rosette for Fine Dining, you will not be disappointed with their Sunday lunches this Easter!

They have planned an extra special menu for those visiting this Easter Sunday. Choose from a variety of main courses like roast sirloin of beef with Yorkshire pudding or roast leg of lamb stuffed with rosemary and garlic. There’s plenty of succulent starters and delectable desserts to choose from too.

For more information on how to book a table, please click here.

2) The Montagu Arms Hotel

For a luxurious Easter break, there is no finer choice than the Montagu Arms Hotel. They’ve been recently named a Top 100 UK Restaurant by The Sunday Times so it’s safe to say that you will experience something special.

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3) Bartley Lodge:
Join Bartley Lodge near Lyndhurst for their traditional Sunday lunch menu. Their talented chef creates a weekly changing Sunday roast menu, which they are sure you will love. All of their ingredients are locally sourced. Perfect fuel for after your Easter Egg Hunt!

For more information on prices and bookings, please click here.

4) The New Forest Inn:

If you’ve never been to the New Forest Inn for Sunday lunch, it’s definitely worth trying out this Easter. With three meats to choose from, you’re sure to find a Sunday roast that you love.

The New Forest Inn is located near Lyndhurst. You’ll often find ponies, donkeys, pigs and cows ambling near the front door! A family run, traditional country pub with great charm and atmosphere.

For more information on how to book a table, please click here. They get very busy!

5) Woodlands Lodge:

Woodlands Lodge near Ashurst and Lyndhurst is set within three acres of colour full gardens and boasts direct access to the forest.

Their Sunday lunch menu changes weekly but their dishes remain heart-warmingly traditional.

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To find out more about other places to eat and drink in The New Forest, please click here.