Best Western Calcot Hotel has been a popular Reading hotel for many years. Originally built around the turn of the 19th century as a tea house with just 12 rooms the hotel was extended by previousowners The Dunn Family to 78 in 1991. The hotel includes two excellent conference suites, a popular restaurant and 3 function suites for hosting entertainment, weddings and private events. Current holders SGS Hotel Group are in the process of a fervent refurbishment programme.
Picture yourself in a wonderful Victorian hotel enjoying panoramic views over the Solent and here you have the BEST WESTERN Royal Beach Hotel Portsmouth. Standing proudly on the seafront at Southseasince 1866, this historic hotel evokes an authentic feeling of bygone days making it one of the most popular hotels in Portsmouth. Step inside and sample the atmosphere experienced by generation upon generation.
The Seacrest Hotel on Portsmouth's seafront is one of the few remaining privately-owned and run hotels in the city. Recently refurbished, it is a warm, welcoming and stylish place to stay, staffed bya friendly and dedicated team. The owners, Geoffrey and Antoinette Stretton, are regularly behind the reception desk too, offering a personal welcome to their guests.
Ric and Maggie promise you will enjoy an unforgettable experience and return home with happy memories. The personal, friendly, attentive service will ensure that you have everything you wish for inbeautiful, elegant surroundings, Ric and Maggie will look after your every need.
This traditional hotel in the heart of Surrey provides the perfect meeting place for family time, business meetings and celebrations, with experienced staff on hand to ensure your visit is a memorableone. BEST WESTERN Reigate Manor Hotel offers a prime location in Surrey for any business meeting, conference, wedding reception, civil marriage, birthday party, dinner dance, or simply an opportunity to enjoy our renowned Sunday carvery or afternoon tea in the lounge or restaurant.
Built originally in the mid 1800's as a hunting lodge, the Balmer Lawn is a classic Country House Hotel set in the very heart of the New Forest National Park. Undoubtedly one of the most iconicbuildings in the area. Our emphasis is on comfort and great service. The hotel's tasteful blend of the contemporary and the traditional ensures the perfect combination of old fashioned values with a modern twist.
Situated in the heart of Emsworth, famous for its food festivals, the Crown is a charming choice for an informal stay. Emsworth is ideally situated for exlporing the local area, both cities ofChichester and Portsmouth are a short drive (or train ride) away. The Crown is also close to Goodwood for horse racing and the Festival Of Speed. The Crown offers a friendly atmosphere and superb home cooked lunch and evening meals.
Until Magna Carta was completed, the only way to enjoy the space and facilities of the very finest floating hotel barges was to take a barge vacation in France, or afloat on some of the other Europeanrivers and canals. I have worked as Captain on many types of boat in England as well as being a private guide for small groups travelling to the famous (and hidden) places of interest over the British Isles.
Situated centrally on Sandown's seafront and one of the top Isle of Wight hotels, the Trouville Hotel in Sandown is the ideal location for an Isle of Wight Break. Opposite the golden beach and withpanoramic views over the sweep of Sandown and Shanklin Bay, the hotel offers the comfort and care for a well deserved break. The hotel's 88 well appointed rooms, most with sea view, provide the facilities expected by today's well travelled guest.
The main building was constructed in 1874 as a country house and still retains many of its original features including the oak-panelled lounge and the Victorian staircase. An extension was added in1980 and over recent years there has been extensive refurbishment of the entire hotel. Haywards Heath is in the heart of Sussex. To the North and East lies the High Weald covering some 560 square miles and designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
A very warm welcome awaits you at the Lorron Hotel. We are away from the hustle and bustle yet conveniently close to the town centres, leisure facilites and beaches via a short walk along the cliffpath. The hotel is comfortable and conveniently situated on the Sandown Road, Lake, on the southeast side of the island. All rooms are ensuite with tea and coffee making facilities, replenished daily, flat screen TV with DVD player.
The Manor House Hotel Guildford Surrey is a popular hotel, wedding, meeting and conference venue with superb leisure facilities all in stunning parkland grounds, just a short drive from the A3, M25,Guildford and Woking. The Manor House Hotel & Spa Guildford provides excellent acommodation, conference and meeting rooms set in parkland grounds plus Aqua Roma health club spa and gym.
To book this great offer, search the dates you wish to stay and select the relevant room type. If you intend to avail of the parking included in the Park and Fly deal before you stay at the hotel,simply book the relevant Park & Fly room for the date you wish to stay at the hotel. Booking additional days parking is no problem. The best option is to book the 15 day Stay & Fly offer and to make a note of any additional days you will require.
The Christopher Hotel's Bar and Restaurant offers guests excellent dining in an informal environment. Open daily for morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Call us now to make a reservationon 01753 852359 Our Bar and Restaurant is one of the best places in Eton and Windsor for guests to experience classic yet innovative English cuisine spiced with European dishes or just unwind with a relaxing drink.
Jean and John Andrews would like to welcome you to their comfortable and stylish home in the heart of elegant Southsea. Situated in a conservation area, Cavendish Lodge is conveniently located forboth the leisure or business traveller and offers visitors a taste of affordable luxury. Southsea has many attractions and events. There is an extensive common, miles of beach, an historic castle and far-reaching views across the Solent.
Welcome to the Hotel Maria / St. Moritz, a warm and friendly hotel situated right on Sandown seafront. With a beautiful sandy beach on its doorstep, it is close to all Sandown's amenities, whichinclude a leisure park, arcade, acclaimed zoo, dinosaur museum and plenty of restaurants, bars & cafes. The attractive Sea View Restaurant offers a variety of freshly prepared home cooked meals and we will be happy to cater for any special dietary needs on request.
It is very conveniently situated for visits to the New Forest, Beaulieu, Exbury and Southampton Docks, which are reached by the Hythe Ferry after a ride on the historic Hythe Pier Train, the oldestpier train in the world! The Maples Hotel offers a choice of double, triple, single and family rooms, most with en-suite facilities. The comfortable rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, a television and wireless internet access.
Gatwick Airport Hotel- Cambridge is a Grade II listed characteristic Hotel near Gatwick Airport, London with many Victorian features beautifully restored offering Gatwick bed and breakfast facilitieswith Gatwick Airport Parking at excellent value. Once a home for The Duke of Cambridge, circa 1856, Gatwick Hotel -Cambridge can offer full character and individuality accompanied with personal service throughout the Hotel that most other Gatwick Hotels lack.
A family run Bed and Breakfast, theThe Royal Standard is a homely guest house, situated in the heart of Virginia Water, close to all local amenities. A 15 minute walk to the train station and a greatmixture of shops, restaurants and country pubs. Wentworth Golf Club is around the corner along with the Virginia Water Lake that is brilliant for lovely walks. Quality en-suite rooms with a large attractive garden to relax in and a good area of parking available.
Also in this street are Balliol College, Trinity College, Exeter College (front entrance in the adjoining Turl Street). The Museum of the History of Science (the original location of the AshmoleanMuseum), the Clarendon Building, the Sheldonian Theatre and the new Bodleian Library building (the main University library, entrance in Parks Road) are important historical Oxford University buildings at the eastern end of the street. The question is often asked "Where is the University?".