With two country house hotels in Hampshire and one in the city of Bath allow us to be your base to explore the West Country.
Each of our luxury hotels in the South West of England are perfectly situated near to popular attractions, not-to-mention the beautiful surroundings, making them a spectacular place for a getaway.
Hotel breaks in the South West
Our two Hand Picked Hotels are Audleys Wood Hotel just 18 miles from Reading and 32 miles from Southampton, with easy access from the M3 and Rhinefield House Hotel located deep within the New Forest National Park only 15 minutes from the M27 and the gateway to the South West.
Whether you stay in Audleys Wood or Rhinefield House, either of our hotels in Hampshire are sure to make your break enjoyable, relaxing, and memorable.
You will find Bailbrook House Hotel in the beautiful region of Somerset, situated on the A4 and only 1.5 miles from the central Bath and 8 miles from the M4. Set just outside of the city the hotel offers a peaceful recluse after a day of exploring.
From beautiful rolling countryside and ancient forests to the lively coastal cities of Portsmouth and Southampton, you'll never be short of ideas of what to do in Hampshire.
Southampton, known as the cruise capital of Europe has medieval city walls to explore and fantastic shopping at West Quay Shopping Centre. Hampshire is also home to Winchester, most famous for one of the country’s oldest cathedrals, Winchester Cathedral, this ancient city was once the capital of England.
Explore The New Forest
The New Forest stretches across 140,000 acres of ancient woodland and unspoilt grassland. It is one of the most picturesque national parks in the UK and home to dozens of fascinating historic villages. Here you'll find family adventures at Paulton's Park and attractions such as the National Motor Museum Beaulieu.
Further down the Solent coast is the market town of Fareham and the waterfront city of Portsmouth, a must see for anyone interested in the Royal Navy, with Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and the historic ship HMS Victory both located here.
Soak up glorious Bath
Bath offers an endless list of things to see and do and is renowned for some of the best spa days in the South West, after all, it is the home of the historic Roman Baths. History is in abundance with outstanding architecture such as Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge whilst Bath also boasts a collection of must-visit museums.
Lonleat Safari and Adventure Park is home to over 1,000 animals and is the UK’s first safari park. Embark on a drive through adventure and get up close to lions, tigers, white rhinos and even an Elephant.
If you are planning a Festive break a visit to Bath Christmas markets is sure to get you into the spirit. Meander through the streets of Bath adorned with over 150 twinkling chalets and discover a magical experience. Festive food, merry music and handmade gifts await.