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Only stayed 1 night but felt so at home. Hotel was near the beach but in a quiet street. Room was spacious, clean and comfortable. Staff were polite and approachable. Breakfast was amazing. Can't fault it and will stay again. I recommend dinner at The Florence Arms as well - part of the hotel but ...
Lovely hotel. Friendly staff. Lots of walking. Hover craft to Isle of White good. Took just 10 mins.. 20 mins walk to emirrates spinnaker tower worth the view alone.. marina was lovely lots of restaurants places to sit.so overall all things in walking distance..
Hampshire is an eclectic county, brimming with things to see and do. Whether you want to soak up some of the superb countryside, top up your tan on a beach or get to grips with some of the hundreds of attractions in the area, you can tailor your downtime to your own tastes. With a growing number of boutique hotels in Hampshire, you can also choose accommodation with character. Boutique hotels are often smaller than their traditional counterparts, allowing owners to create unique and classy accommodation and offer all those little details that can mean the difference between a good stay and a great one. Hampshire boutique hotels come in varying shapes and sizes, from discreet townhouses to extravagant country lodges.
Boutique hotels are ideal for those who want to make their stay an extra special one. Those, such as the Lainston Country House Hotel are luxurious affairs and the places where memories are made. Favoured by couples looking to steal some time away from the stresses and strains of daily life, the Lainston Country House Hotels is also a licensed wedding venue - who knows what your first visit there might lead to?
Hampshire is awash with attractions. There's plenty to discover for those with an interest in the past, from the imposing splendour of Winchester Cathedral to the chocolate-box appeal of the villages of the Test Valley. Southampton is a popular city to visit, offering attractions such as Hythe Pier, the Medieval Merchant's House and the hustle and bustle of the Bargate area. There is a good number of boutique hotels in Southampton such as The Crown Inn, The Pilgrim Inn and Cargo. These boutique hotels put you within easy access of some of the city's best local landmarks and attractions.
Most boutique hotels boast their own restaurants and you'll find that chefs are more inclined to alter dishes to suit your palate or needs than they are in chain-lead establishments. Stanwell House Hotel boasts a restaurant, bar, bistro and pavilion, serving exquisite dishes cooked from locally-sourced produce and ingredients.
Booking a boutique hotel in Hampshire is the ideal way to ensure that your stay in the county is unique and never simply a run-of-the-mill experience.