Hotel Stanwell House (Lymington) Reviews
Newest Review: ... together with flowers and a bottle of champagne on our room on arrival for just under £230. This included an allowance of just over £50 for our meal with extras for things like wine and drinks in the bar to be paid for on top. The hotel is on the High Street and is situated on a stretch of raised pavement so stopping to set down cannot be done directly outside. The hotel has its own car park on a first come-first served basis, across the street, behind the shops facing and accessible from a passageway between shops. To reach it you have to drive further up the High Street and return back down a parallel road behind the shops. The distan... more
Customer Hotel Stanwell House (Lymington) Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/09/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
There seems to be a current trend for calling various business of the hotel and restaurant type, "boutique". I've never been quite sure what that means. Initially I had assumed that it meant a stylish one-off but there are chains of "boutique" hotels, such as Hotel du Vin and Malmaison. So, perhaps it has to have a French name, after all, boutique is a French word though it just refers to a common-or-garden shop! For our respective anniversaries my wife and I try to arrange to celebrate with an over-night stay and a good meal and if the two can be combined, all the better. In recent years we have frequented the outstanding 36 On The ... Read the complete review
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