Travelodge Southampton

A Hotel in Southampton, Hampshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

144 Lodge Road
Southampton
Hampshire
England
SO14 6QR

Travelodge Southampton, Southampton

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Located on the A33 for easy access to the city centre, the Travelodge Southampton is 1.5 miles from Southampton Train Station, 3 miles from Southampton Ferry Terminal and 4 miles from Southampton Airport. This Travelodge provides contemporary quality accommodation. Spacious en-suite rooms, television in every room and tea and coffee facilities, all combining to make Travelodge terrific value for money.

2 star rating

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