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We had a lovely birthday break and the hotel lived up to expectations. The service was generally attentive and friendly, the hotel was clean and comfortable and the room was very nice. For a traditional hotel, the interior and rooms are well lit, which is not always the case. Our room was quiet. ...
I stayed with my 2 kids, a 1 year and 2 year old. They have a small swimming pool which was great. The zoo is right opposite the hotel so we could walk and spend the day there which was helpful. The softplay is a 5 min drive and worth the stop for the kids. The restaurant food was amazing! Obviously ...
Stayed two nights. Eat in the restaurant one night,which was very good. Room was average, with a few minor faults, including extractor fan in bathroom not working, window lock bricken and very poor TV signal. Breakfast was very poor quality, a big surprise in comparison to the evening meal.
Great service, extremely friendly and helpful staff. I would to say a special thank you to the night manager who made our stay very comfortable. The hotel is being refurbished and can only assume that they have listened to previous comments made.
Offering some of the most beautiful backdrops in England, Hampshire has long been a firm favourite with couples looking to get married in style. There are plenty of good reasons to use a Hampshire wedding hotel as the venue for your special day and there is a wide selection to choose from. Whether you want a small, modern hotel or a sprawling, elegant country lodge, there's something to suit virtually all tastes and budgets.
Perhaps the main benefit to using a wedding hotel is that they have specialists in-house who will take care of all the details for you, leaving you free to enjoy your Big Day. Both the Lainston House Hotel and Tylney Hall offer bespoke wedding packages, including the services of professional wedding co-ordinators, caterers and designers. With all the bases covered, from the menu to the table-cloths, there's nothing left to worry about except remembering to say the right name!
Another benefit is the convenience of having all your closest friends and relatives under one roof. Many a wedding has lost a large portion of its guest-list to coaches and taxis - usually just as the celebrations are getting into full swing. By using wedding hotels in Hampshire, such as the Botleigh Grange Hotel and the Novotel Southampton, the good times can roll long into the night. However, if you're worried that the bride and groom might not get any privacy at the end of their first day as a married couple, the vast majority of wedding hotels, including the Rhinefield House Hotel and the Oakley Hall Hotel, have their own bridal suites.
For a wedding, the setting is everything and there are some truly spectacular wedding hotels in Hampshire. The Old Thorns Manor Hotel is set in 400 acres of some of Hampshire's most impressive scenery, while the De Veres Venues Warbrook House and Grange offers a Georgian house and gardens - perfect for any wedding photographer to flex their artistic muscles with.
Hampshire has hosted countless weddings for hundreds of years. Using a wedding hotel as the venue in which to tie the knot can help to ensure that your Big Day goes without a hitch and that you manage to fully enjoy one of the most important days of your life.