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Pool and Spa areas were a little tired which was disappointing as this was a main reason for booking the hotel. Hotel parking was more expensive than the public carpark outside of the hotel - would expect the hotel to have free or cheap parking.
A wonderful spa weekend break. The hotel is perfectly located for activities in the Forest and the coast. We were a little disappointed that the hotel had lost some character with the refurbishment of its dining room and bar but this was more than made up for by the spa. One odd thing was, having ...
Wet and cold outside , long journey disappointed with tea and coffee supplies in the room very scarce only sufficient for one hot drink a day without using in house dining!
Stayed 3 nights with a 4 year old and baby. The grounds are lovely with two great pools that children can use at set times. However it is a bit of an odd set up. The rooms in the main Manor House appear to all be time share only, so hotel guests have to stay in small chalet type rooms in blocks behind ...
We liked the hotel and have stayed in several others before cruising , only two issues why is it not made clear that there is a charge for parking , and secondly breakfast was awful overcooked and cold eggs , would stay again but breakfast out.
Whether you're springing an anniversary surprise, are away on a sporting weekend or just want to treat your better half to some long-overdue pampering, Hampshire has plenty of spa hotels to choose from. Ranging from small country hotels to elegant manor houses, spa hotels in Hampshire come in a variety of shapes and sizes.
Spa hotels are used by couples looking to spend some relaxing time together, sportsmen who are keeping on top of their fitness regimes and those who feel they've earned a little indulgence. While you might think that spa hotels come at a price, there are a good few mid-priced spa hotels in Hampshire, such as the Botleigh Grange Hotel and the Langstone on Hayling Island. These hotels might be slightly smaller than other spa hotels, but there's no compromise on service or the quality of the treatments you can expect.
However, if you want out-and-out luxury, there are some excellent, high-end spa hotels in Hampshire, such as the Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, the Balmer Lawn Hotel and the sublime Tylney Hall. The Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire not only boasts a truly beautiful spa - much of which has been magnificently designed, using reclaimed materials - but, if you want to ensure your halo doesn't slip, there is even an on-site restaurant that will create healthy, nutritious and delicious dishes, designed to support your needs.
If you do manage to drag yourself from your sumptuous surroundings, there are plenty of magical places to explore in Hampshire. With its wild, sprawling woods and expansive heaths, the New Forest National Park is the place to go for some of the best scenery in England. The Basingstoke Canal offers the chance for a leisurely cruise on the water, while Pilot Hill is the county's highest point and offers astonishing views in all directions. If all that has taken the wind out of you, you can always recharge your batteries with another therapy or two.
Hampshire is a beautiful county, at any time of year. Booking a room in one of the area's spa hotels is the best way to ensure that all your memories of your time away are special ones.