Highfield House Hotel

A Hotel in Southampton, Hampshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Highfield Lane
Southampton
Hampshire
England
SO17 1AQ

Highfield House Hotel, Southampton

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The newly refurbished Highfield House Hotel is located within walking distance of Southampton University, a 10 minute drive to the city centre, 10-15 minute drive to the Ferry Port and close by to many attractions, including a variety of outstanding art galleries and magnificent theatres. This warm and welcoming hotel features 71 contemporary bedrooms which have LCD satellite TV, telephone, WiFi, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer, personal safe and ironing station. The hotel also offers full Hampshire breakfast, including free range eggs, prime pork sausages and their own refreshing fruit salad, also a relaxing TV lounge and ample onsite parking.

3 star rating

From: £34.50

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