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Marriott Meon Valley Hotel & Country Club

A Hotel in Southampton, Hampshire

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Sandy Lane, Shedfield
SO32 2HQ

Marriott Meon Valley Hotel & Country Club, Southampton

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Marriott Meon Valley Hotel & Country Club is set in 225 acres of beautiful parkland close to Southampton, Portsmouth and Winchester. 113 spacious bedrooms all fully equipped and with superb leisure facilities. Renowned as one of the leading golf venues in the South of England with 27 holes, Golf Academy, teaching studio and covered driving range.

The hotel offers a choice of dining in either 'Broadstreet' Restaurant or Zest Brasserie.

4 star rating

From: £57.50

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