Westfield Hall Hotel

A Small Hotel in Southsea, Hampshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

65 Festing Road
Southsea
Hampshire
England
PO4 0NQ

Westfield Hall Hotel, Southsea

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Accommodation Description:

A very special hotel in an enviable location.On your arrival at the hotel you will be greeted with our award winning flower display.Whether you are taking a romantic weekend, mid-week break or business stop we aim to impress with our high standards.

3 star rating

From: £68.00

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