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Brookfield Hotel

A Hotel in Emsworth, Hampshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Havant Road
Emsworth
Hampshire
England
PO10 7LF

Brookfield Hotel, Emsworth

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The Brookfield Hotel is an independent family owned hotel set in landscaped gardens near the coastal village of Emsworth, Hampshire (just minutes away from Portsmouth & Chichester). The Brookfield Hotel provides a relaxed atmosphere in keeping with its surroundings and is ideally situated. The hotel and Hermitage Restaurant provide a high standard of accommodation, cuisine and service in a quiet efficient way.

The hotel is easily accessible from the M27 and A3 motorways and has a large adjacent car park. Complementary wireless connection throughout.

3 star rating

From: £52.50

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