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Botleigh Grange Hotel
& Conference Centre
Hedge End

Southampton
Hampshire

SO30 2GA | View map

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The Legacy Botleigh Grange Hotel is situated in an idyllic location, one mile from Junction 7 of the M27 motorway, one hours drive from London. This traditional Hotel is set in stunning grounds with two lakes. Approaching the Hotel there are fields on both sides of the driveway where our magnificent Highland cattle freely graze.

For your fine dining experience, our award Winning Restaurant with its glass domed ceiling and views overlooking the gardens was added to the Hotel in 1992 and has been described as "the most attractive in Hampshire".

Having the largest conference facilities in the South. Our famous Hampshire Millennium Suite offers businesses the very latest technology and conference facilities.

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Nearest Train Station: Hedge End - one mile
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Ratings/Awards: AA/RAC 4 Star
Nearest Airport: Southampton
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Restaurant

Name: Botleigh Grange Restaurant
Chef: Shane O'Neil
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Conference/Business Facilities - for up to 450 delegates

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