This is a great place to stay. It is tastefully decorated, spotlessly clean and central to the sights such as the Cathedral and shops. The staff are superb; everyone remembers my name and are really friendly. It really makes you feel at home. They are also extremely helpful.
My only concerns are the lack of lift and key-cards that are always problematic. I would also suggest that the flowers at reception are changed more regularly as sometimes they are dead or dying and this is not fitting for such a nice place.
Traveller from Sandhurst
Located in the heart of Winchester, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Theatre Royal Winchester, Winchester …More
Just back from three nights. Overall good, but not a great culinary experience. The first night we ate in the grill. My husband's steak was small and mediocre, just grilled and plain. I had loin of cod which was literally the size of a matchbox. We both had salad which was a very small handful of what look like supermarket mixed leaves..,no dressing, just limp leaves on a plate.. portion sizes seem to vary hugely....some other diners also complained about the size of portions and poor salad. The next night we ate in the restaurant..tasty food but again inconsistent portion sizes ... depending on your luck it felt like famine or feast... the food is expensive for what you get ( or don't get) we went to the pub the third night and had a delicious steak for half the price including salad and veg, we'll go back to the hotel but probably wont eat there again
Traveller from Dorset
Situated in Brockenhurst, this spa hotel is 1.8 mi (3 km) from New Forest and within 6 mi (10 km) of Brockenhurst College and …More
"Clean, comfortable and close to the main square."
The stay was everything I had hoped for. The rooms were spacious and very clean. The staff was very accommodating and the on site restaurant had a variety of breakfast foods. We didn't eat dinner there but it was packed with people.
Traveller from Indianapolis
Situated in Salisbury, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Market Square and Salisbury Cathedral. Old Sarum is 1.4 mi …More
The New Forest covers 144 square miles of unspoiled heath and woodland where ponies, donkeys, deer and cattle still roam freely. It is best explored by bike or on foot. Beaulieu is home to the National Motor Museum and a stately home of monastic origins. Picture-postcard villages include Burley, Brockenhurst and maritime Buckler's Hard. The area's attractive little 'capital' Lyndhurst is home to the New Forest Museum and Visitor Centre.