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Hotels in Christchurch

The Manor
Christchurch
Dorset

BH23 7JG | View map
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Located in the town of Christchurch just 20 minutes drive to Bournemouth or the New Forest National Park. Facilities include free Wi-Fi, ample parking, restaurant, cosy bar and wonderful south facing terrace. The hotel has recently re-opened after undergoing extensive refurbishment and offers an exquisite place to stay, dine or simply have a relaxing drink.
Rooms are individually named and designed with emphasis on luxury and comfort. Each bedroom has been richly appointed in both traditional and contemporary styles, all offering spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Therefore ideally placed for romantic breaks, family holidays and business stays.
The hotels stunning restaurant with open theatre kitchen offers a new seasonal menu, including wood stone pizzas, daily specials and the Manor Roasterie at the weekends. The hotel pride themselves on their passion for food and there aim is to guarantee your utmost satisfaction, using the best quality ingredients to create delightful dishes.

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