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Hotels in Christchurch

The Old Vicarage
Lyndhurst Road
Christchurch
Dorset

BH23 7DR | View map
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Located in the historic town of Christchurch, just 1 hour 30 minutes from London or 300 yards from Hinton Railway Station though our private gardens. Facilities include free Wi-Fi, ample parking, restaurant and cosy bar. The hotel has recently re-opened under new management and has undergone an extensive refurbishment throughout.

The Old Vicarage is a sumptuous six bedroom hotel set in the heart of 8 acres of stunning gardens and woodlands, bordering the idyllic New Forest National Park and just a few minutes walk from the beach. Meet in the bar, and feel at home in front of our roaring log fire, while sampling the best of local seasonal produce. The perfect place to relax and unwind after a day exploring the surrounding areas of natural beauty. If you are a fan of Cricket why not take Pimms to the edge of our gardens a watch a match on our neighbouring Cricket Pitch.

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