The sea views alone from the Christchurch Harbour Hotel and Spa, which is close to the New Forest National Park, are enough to have you rushing to book a room. But there’s much more besides to whet your appetite. As soon as you enter this grand all-white temple to relaxation you start to feel the holiday vibe. Think seafood lunches on the terrace with the clink of the boats as accompaniment, silver service breakfast tray complete with piping hot fresh cooked full English (go on, treat yourself) and an award-winning spa with swimming pool, hydrotherapy pool, sauna, crystal steam room, salt grotto, state-of-the-art gymnasium and five treatment rooms. Venture out for a bracing walk across to Hengistbury Head, head off for a round of golf in the gorgeous Dorset countryside or meander down to amazing Durdle Door and take the kids on the beach. At the end of the day, there’s the tough choice of where to eat – the hotel’s relaxed Upper Deck Bar and Restaurant and Bar serves dinner and night caps into the early hours (with stunning views) while Alex Aitken at The Jetty has been voted the town’s best seafood establishment.
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Christchurch Harbour Hotel & Spa is part of the following Editors' Picks:
"With picture-postcard views of boats bobbing about in the bay from most windows and a nautical chic décor, it’s little wonder this fabulous hotel was voted in the top 10 coastal hotels in the UK by Sunday Times Travel. The owners really embrace the fact guests are there for the view, hence The Jetty restaurant has floor-to-ceiling windows, the Upper Deck Bar (great place for a cocktail) has a spacious terrace at sunset and the garden sweeps right to the water’s edge (choice spot for afternoon tea). Ask for a harbour view bedroom when you book and don’t miss a treatment in the excellent Harbour Spa."
"The tranquil view from this harbour hotel takes in an Anglo-Saxon trading port that was fortified as long ago as the ninth century. Originally called Twynham, the port was renamed Christchurch in 1094 after the construction of a Norman priory. The harbour was a refuge for those smuggling goods from France. Here they would congregate in The Ship Inn and Ye Olde Eight Bells, both notorious alehouses in the eighteenth century."
Information on Christchurch Harbour Hotel & Spa , 95 Mudeford , Christchurch
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: Twin/Double
|Room rates guide:||
Double/Twin from: £160.00
Room with Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted: Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: No
Romantic Details: picturesque coastline
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Wheelchair Access Details: adapted rooms available
Accreditation: AA 4 Star, AA 2 Rosettes
CD player, direct dial telephone, alarm clock, IPod docking station, DVD player, Flat screen TV, FreeView channels, Complimentary wifi internet access, Luxury toiletries, iron & board, Safe, hairdryer, complimentary use of the Harbour Spa, Tea & coffee making facilities, room service
Gardens, terrace, 5 treatment rooms, Crystal steam room, salt grotto, Feature showers, Jacuzzi, Harbour Spa, Indoor swimming pool, hydrotherapy pool, Sauna of the senses, State-of-the-art gym, exercise classes, relaxation area, 2 restaurants serving award-winnng food, Civil ceremony licence, Wedding receptions for up to 120 guests (150 in the evening), Conference & meeting facilities, For up to 150 delegates, Complimentary wifi internet access in public areas of the hotel
Multi-media room with Nintendo, Wii console
|Outdoor activities on site:||
Avonmouth watersports centre based at the Hotel
|Local directions:||The hotel is located 2 miles from Christchurch train station, 45 minutes from Southampton Airport or 20 minutes from Bournemouth International Airport. You can reach the hotel in just 30 minutes by car from the M27.|
Nearest major city:
Nearest major airport:
Bournemouth (20 mins) , Southampton (45 mins)
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Fri 01 Nov 2013 – Fri 31 Jan 2014
- £30pp towards dinner at Upper Deck Bar & Restaurant
- A full English breakfast
- Full use of the hotel’s water sports equipment and luxury Harbour Spa (spa treatments additional).
From £149 – 1st November to 23rd December 2013*
From £109 – 5th January through to the 9th January 2014.
From £139 – 10th January to 31st January 2014.
*Excludes Fri/Sat nights in December
Sun 03 Nov 2013 – Sun 30 Mar 2014
Relax and unwind after a long week:
- Dinner allowance of £30 per adult at the Upper Deck Bar & Restaurant
- Overnight Accommodation
- Full English breakfast
- Full use of Harbour Spa, excluding treatments
3rd November - 30th March 2014 - From £125 per couple
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