Hoburne Naish opens new restaurant, The Coast House!
Exciting new refurbishments have now been unveiled at Hoburne Naish, just in time for the busy summer season!
Sitting on the clifftop in New Milton, with views towards the Isle of Wight and Mudeford Quay, the park’s reception area, indoor soft play space and restaurant and bar have been refurbished, with the restaurant taking on a new name, The Coast House in a nod to the park’s remarkable history.
With timber-clad walls, influenced by the nearby beach huts, pebble wall art and an eclectic group of straw beach hats, the reception area is a bright and welcoming space, with cosy nooks and fun touches such as a collection of boardgames to encourage guests to make the most of quality time together.
Moving into the restaurant, the dining, café, and bar areas have been united by interlinking the spaces, and a new and improved large soft play area has been introduced, allowing families to relax and enjoy a coffee or light bite while the little ones play nearby.
Rich forest greens, deep sea blues and highlights of sunshine yellow complement the park’s scenic surroundings, and botanic wallpapers help to bring the outside, in.
Commenting on the refurbishment, the general manager of Hoburne Naish, Neil Sykes, said: “The renovation is part of our ongoing commitment to reinvesting in the park and we are proud of our new offering. The Coast House has been incredibly popular and received fantastic feedback. It’s a space where holidaymakers and owners can unwind, relax, and enjoy our new food and entertainment offering.”