Barton On Sea

Barton-on-Sea on Christchurch Bay has a pebble beach and fine cliffs that reveal more than the occasional fossil. Behind the village lies the New Forest, and across the water there are views to the Isle of Wight... Read More

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Pebble Beach

Pebble Beach
Open the door at Pebble Beach and discover a gem of a restaurant in Barton on Sea. Situated on the cliff top with stunning sea views towards the Needles, alfresco dining on our spacious terrace ... More | visit website
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The Cliff House Hotel

The Cliff House Hotel
Situated in the small costal village of Barton-on-Sea, this unspoilt location is the perfect retreat. The cliff top boasts unrivalled panoramic views, taking in The Needles and Christchurch bay, stretching across to the Purbecks. ... More | visit website

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Chewton Glen (1.55 miles)

Chewton Glen

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Chewton Glen, probably the best combination of country house grandeur, food and spa facilities anywhere in the uk. A five red star hotel on the edge of the New Forest and ... More | visit website

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The Old Barn Inn and Restaurant (1.63 miles)

The Old Barn Inn and Restaurant

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A warm, friendly welcome awaits you at The Old Barn. Whether you have booked one of our comfortable rooms or are simply visiting , from the moment you walk through ... More

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Jobzagudn (1.94 miles)

Jobzagudn
A smart and welcoming B&B in New Milton, Hampshire. ... More
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Westover Hall (2.07 miles)

Westover Hall
This Victorian mansion was built in 1897 for the German industrialist Alexander Siemens without regard to cost and was acknowledged to be the most luxurious residence along the south coast of England.

Today, Westover Hall is ... More | visit website
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South Lawn Hotel (2.23 miles)

South Lawn Hotel

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Nestled within beautifully maintained gardens, the South Lawn Hotel offers comfortable accommodation and award-winning food.

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White House (2.39 miles)

White House

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On the edge of Hampshire, Dorset and The New Forest, this charming guest house is in the award-winning village of Highcliffe, 5 minutes from the beach. Set within a beautiful Victorian property, ... More

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Premier Inn Christchurch / Highcliffe (2.69 miles)

Premier Inn Christchurch / Highcliffe

Located in the heart of Highcliffe, within a mile from Highcliffe Castle and the beach. Highcliffe is a short distance away from the New Forest. Bournemouth and Christchurch are also located nearby. Our Premier Inn Christchruch/Highcliffe ... More | visit website

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The Mill at Gordleton (3.01 miles)

The Mill at Gordleton

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Condé Nast Johansens Award Winner."Never have I been anywhere where excellence comes so naturally,"a customer commented. We are a small privately owned restaurant with rooms. We have 7 lovely bedrooms ... More

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Lord Bute Hotel (3.10 miles)

Lord Bute Hotel

The Lord Bute Hotel Highcliffe is set in true Dorset surroundings between Highcliffe Castle and the New Forset, this oppulant, grand hotel boasts formal yet relaxing attributes. The Lord Bute Hotel's silver service, Double AA ... More

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Rothesay Hotel (3.10 miles)

Rothesay Hotel
The Rothesay is a family run hotel; which is set well back from the road on the edge of the village of Highcliffe; in the former grounds of Highcliffe Castle in Christchurch; Dorset. This wonderful ... More | visit website

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