Accommodation in Southampton, Hampshire
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The White Star Tavern
Inn in Southampton, Hampshire
28, Oxford Street
Accommodation Description:From: £99.00
Welcome to The White Star Tavern, a classically vibrant and wholesome boutique Inn at the heart of the city. We are surrounded by art and culture, maritime heritage and a cosmopolitan atmosphere right on our door step. Central to an animated and energetic scene at the weekend, this is a fantastic location for a city getaway, a chance to see the city's sights and sounds at its finest, and of course the occasional bin man on a fresh weekday morning! Our historic well preserved original features of the building add character and warmth to a vibrant and wholesome environment, including a unique and quirky stairwell that takes you up to the boutique rooms above the bar and restaurant.
Our bespoke en-suite rooms are designed to embellish all the familiar comforts. Soft Egyptian linen, stunning bathrooms with roll-top baths and oversized showers, Wi-Fi and 19 Freeview flat screen TVs - not forgetting the important touches like mini bars stocked with your favourite products and personal safes big enough for your laptop, come as standard. Recently awarded 2 Rosettes for food, we pride ourselves on producing locally sourced food which is served at a modest price.
A cracking wine list, award winning ales, and mastered cocktails gives you plenty to choose from. Whatever the occasion, we work hard to make The White Star Tavern your venue of choice..
Accommodation Rating: 5*G (about ratings)
Map is based on address information supplied by the property and should be used only as a guide.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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