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The Walhampton Arms pub in the hamlet
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Postcode district SO41 5
Dialling code 01590
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50°45′39″N1°31′51″W / 50.7608°N 1.5307°W / 50.7608; -1.5307

Walhampton is a hamlet in the New Forest National Park of Hampshire, England. It is in the civil parish of Boldre. It is approximately half a mile east of Lymington, on the east bank of the Lymington River. The Solent Way, a long-distance footpath, passes close to the hamlet. [1]

The Grade II* Burrard Monument, [2] also known as the Walhampton Monument, is located in the hamlet. It was erected in 1840 to the memory of Sir Harry Burrard-Neale, 2nd Baronet, a former Royal Navy Admiral and M.P. for Lymington from 1790 to 1832. The base of the 75-foot (23 m) tapered obelisk is designed to look like an Egyptian doorway. [3]

Walhampton has an independent prep school, the Walhampton School, which was founded after World War II. The school is housed in Walhampton House, a Grade-II*-listed building. [4] A pub, the Walhampton Arms, is housed in the former dairy on the estate, [5] listed at Grade II. [6]

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