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Woodlands Lodge Wedding Location
England

Located on the edge of the glorious New Forest in Hampshire, Woodlands Lodge (www.woodlands-lodge.co.uk) is a fantastic location in which to get married.

The Wedding Room is spacious enough to hold around 40 guests, but intimate enough to remain very personal. Beyond this, the grounds offer plenty of opportunities for great photographs, and the dining room and conservatory are comfortable.

Good food and good staff complete the package.

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