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Westover Hall
One Park Lane
Milford on Sea
Hampshire

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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 owned and run by a family who recognise its heritage and take great pride in its appearance and the style of personal service afforded to all who visit.

The wealth of antique furniture, art, glass and books add to the stylish atmosphere which runs throughout to the tastefully furnished bedrooms, many of which have sea views.

Westover Hall is superbly placed for enjoying the New Forest and the coast, with uninterrupted views of Christchurch Bay and the Needles rocks on the Isle of Wight. The charming Saxon village of Milford-on-Sea is a few minutes walk away, and the peaceful beach a mere 200 yards. Three miles away is Lymington with its yacht marina and ferries to the Isle of Wight. Exbury Gardens, Henry VIII's Hurst Castle, the National Motor Museum and Nelson's boatyard at Buckler's Hard are all within a half hour drive.

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Nearest Train Station: New Milton/Brockenhurst
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Group Affiliations: Michelin
Alastair Sawday
Mr & Mrs Smith
Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
ETC Gold Award
Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 15
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Cuisine: Modern European
Chef: Terry Smith
Awards: 2 AA Red Rosettes

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