What's more, The Master Builder's is located on Lord Montagu's Beaulieu Estate in the New Forest National Park and just a few minutes' drive from Beaulieu Palace House and the National Motor Museum.As with the other gems in the Hillbrooke Hotels collection, The Master Builder's offers rooms, a restaurant and a bar. Come for a relaxing short break of quirky but affordable luxury or maybe just a quick pint and a light bite in the Bar by the roaring fire in the winter.
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.
Come along and sample the new menu on offer in the restaurant. From weekly specials, to a special celebration, The Bugle offers a delicious selection of food for all occasions. Food is served from 12noon every day. We often run "specials" so please follow us on Twitter and Facebook for the up to date deals. Our traditional carvery every Saturday and Sunday starts on the 1st March 2014 so come along and enjoy the village atmosphere and pop into the bar for great lunch time outing.
The Mercure Southampton Centre Dolphin Hotel is the oldest hotel in Southampton dating back over 500 years, serving throughout this period as a welcome place to rest for weary travellers. Today thehotel is a 4 star Grade II listed building and sits in the heart of the city. Following an extensive restoration the hotel offers a modern and contemporary feel, while retaining its traditional appeal.
If you can tear yourself away from our superb facilities there are a huge range of activities and local attractions to experience during your stay in Southampton. Make your break complete by taking inthe wonderful Southampton air and exploring the historic local surroundings. For lovers of sport the Grand Harbour Hotel is conveniently located for St Mary's Stadium, the home of Southampton Football Club and the Ageas Bowl, the home of Hampshire Cricket.
Our hotel is a charming nineteenth century, 16 bed roomed hotel in Fareham which offers a warm and friendly welcome to the business person and families alike. Be it business or pleasure, we offercomfort, hospitality and good value. The hotel is easily accessed from the M27 and is conveniently situated near Ferry Ports at both Portsmouth & Southampton. The sailing enthusiast would find the Hamble river (Howard's Way fame) more than adequate.
We are a small Victorian Country House Hotel situated conveniently approximately 12 miles from Portsmouth and Southampton. The hotel overlooks the Solent and Isle of Wight which hosts the world famous" Cowes week" whilst many of the nautical attractions of the British Navy including H.M.S Victory, the Mary Rose and the Submarine Museum are ten minutes away. Local sport and leisure facilities include sailing and watersports, golf, tennis, swimming, ice skating and indoor sports.
We are superbly situated in a quiet street just 200 yards from Lymington high street and within walking distance of the town quay and marina. We are also conveniently located very near to LymingtonTown train station and the Isle of Wight ferry. Our menu offers delicious award-winning handmade pies crafted by the pieminister himself, making the Bosun's Chair very proud to be the only pie pub in Lymington. Our pies are extremely popular and people are always returning for more!
Within a stones throw of Gosports marinas and the sea at Stokes Bay. Gunwharf Quays destination shopping and entertainment. The house, with its collections of contemporary art and crafts, has acreative, cosy ambience. Bedrooms are modern, romantic and comfortable. Delicious breakfasts, cooked to order with homemade produce are our specialty. All rooms are ground floor, and en suite.
Ellerslie House, situated on the lower slopes of Hampshire's Portsdown Hill and facing the Solent, lies between Portsmouth and Southampton - an ideal base for visitors seeking Portsmouth's fantasticmaritime history - and the unspoilt beauty of the New Forest just a few miles down the M27 (see Local Attractions).