The price is £84 per night from 17 Jan to 18 Jan£84
17 Jan - 18 Jan
4.1/5 Very Good! (230 reviews)
Travellers like: near the beach, beach towels, outdoor pool
"This is a lovely little hotel that is close enough to Southampton to be convenient but far enough away to offer a bit of seclusion. The grounds are well-maintained and the staff are attentive and helpful. And for a city-slicker like me, it was great to see deer grazing and rabbits hopping freely ..."
"Horrific service. Flew in from California to attend the Hamptons International Film Festival, drove 3 hours to get there, and this hotel took it upon themselves to cancel my reservation without ever contacting me the day before I arrived. I called when I was 5 mins from the hotel to make sure my ..."
Expedia has 12 beach hotels in Southampton that are great for your beachside getaway.
You can plan your beach trip with this snapshot of the seasons in Southampton: The hottest months are usually July and August, with an average temperature of 20°C, while the coldest months are January and February, with an average of 0°C. The snowiest months in Southampton are February, December, January and March, with each month seeing an average of 14 cm of snowfall.
After getting settled at your accommodation of choice, you’ll likely want to venture out and explore. If you’re excited to scope out the beaches, spend a relaxing day by the water at Cooper’s Beach or North Sea Bathing Beach. Make time for a range of local attractions, which include Shinnecock Hills Golf Course and Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center and Museum. For additional things to see and do, consider a visit to Agawam Park or Southampton Arts Center.
Here’s some information to help you get to and around your beach accommodation in Southampton more easily: Make your way to Southampton with a flight to Islip, NY (ISP-MacArthur), the closest major airport which is located 36.7 mi (59.1 km) from the city centre. If you want to venture outside the area, hop aboard a train at Southampton Station.
"This is a lovely little hotel that is close enough to Southampton to be convenient but far enough away to offer a bit of seclusion. The grounds are well-maintained and the staff are attentive and helpful. And for a city-slicker like me, it was great to see deer grazing and rabbits hopping freely on the grounds in the morning. "