Lyndhurst Hampshire is the largest rural settlement in the region of New Forest in England.
It is also referred to as the Capital of the new forest and is a very popular tourist destination during the summer months.
It is a village, but features many shops and pubs, well appointed cafés and lovely restaurants.
It is also the home to the New Forest Museum, which features many findings from historical eras, especially the medieval times.
Lyndhurst lies 14 km north of Southampton, where most of its 3000 residents work.
Lyndhurst is famous as the homeland of Alice Liddell, the girl who inspired Lewis Carol to write Alice in Wonderland.
Alice lived in this area after she got married to Reginald Hargreaves and her grave can be found in the large cemetery of the Michael and Angels Church.
Michael & All Angels Lyndhurst is a historical monument and one of the major attractions of the village and county.
Its architectural design is unique; it is built of many different colors of brick and features an amazing fresco, made by Lord Leighton; there is also stained glass art by William Morris and Edward Byrne Jones, while many artists have donated their crafts and art pieces to the church.
Among the major landmarks of the region is the Bolton Beach, a picturesque setting at the east side of the village.
The name Lyndhurst is a very old British name; it refers to the Wooded Hill growing with lime trees - in old English lind means lime tree and hyrst means wooded hill.
The town of Lyndhurst is mentioned in the Domesday book back in 1000 BC, although its name there was Linhest.
Lyndhurst features many different accommodation options, offering state of art services for all budgets and requirements; some of the bed and breakfast establishments are considered to be among the best in Britain.