- Very Good
- 5 guest reviews
"There was a mix up over our reservation which was very unfortunate, especially as we'd booked 6 months in advance, however the hotel apologi..."
"We arrived early for check-in, with Sunday Lunch in full flow and the garden busy in the sun, but were made very welcome. We were fitted in..."
"Brilliant find for a few nights away from home. Excellent room, food and staff. Good value for money...."
"We had a lovely stay here, the room was quite small but it was very modern and clean and the view out to sea was just what we wanted. The ow..."
"A great little find. I normally stay in the major chains, but it was lovely to get the personal touch which you never get in the medium budg..."
About the hotel
Situated in the small costal village of Barton-on-Sea, this unspoilt location is the perfect retreat. The cliff top boasts unrivalled panoramic views, taking in The Needles and Christchurch bay, stretching across to the Purbecks. With the lively seaside resort of Bournemouth and the historic port of Southampton situated thirty minutes from Barton, you won't find yourself at a loose end.
Only a short drive away lies the sailing town of Lymington, where you can hop on a ferry to take you across to the Isle of Wight In close proximity to the New Forest National Park and a stone's throw away from a pre- historic coastline. The Cliff House is ideally situated for a relaxing short break, or longer family holiday, and makes the ideal getaway. Newly upgraded and refurbished our family run Hotel guarantees you a luxury stay with fabulous dining facilities, and has a special charm that just can't be found elsewhere. Take a seat in our restaurant, and enjoy some of our delicious English cuisine cooked to perfection with ingredients from local producers, growers and suppliers. If you want something a little lighter from one of our daily lunch or dinner specials, or just desire a coffee and pastry, then relaxing with the breathtaking views of the Isle of Wight from the Sunroom might be just what you're looking for. On warmer days the al fresco patio with stunning views and sea air, makes enjoying a drink or light snack an absolute pleasure just not available at other New Forest Hotels. When done relaxing and in need of a little activity, you don’t have far to look. The New Forest and surrounding area provides endless possibilities, from cycling, walking or horse riding, to one of the many golf courses or sailing activities. You can hire a bike and explore the heart of the forest, or for those that love the water, the coast provides any number of opportunities to go sailing or windsurfing.
- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant, Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- 14:00 16:00
- Up to 8 years old
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Friendly staff, great location, lovely breakfast. Didn't have the best room in the house.
There was a mix up over our reservation which was very unfortunate, especially as we'd booked 6 months in advance, however the hotel apologised for this when we arrived and they did have the room we'd booked available for us when we.
Its not the best room in the house, but we new that when we booked, as we'd stayed before, and there wasn't any other room available. Unfortunately the toilet was blocked when we arrived, which wasn't great but it was fixed after a short wait and again the hotel apologised. Breakfast was very nice and when the rain eventually stopped, there are lovely views from this hotel. Staff are very pleasant and friendly and the public rooms in the hotel are very nice.
Fantastic welcome, marvellous food and drink, unique location
We arrived early for check-in, with Sunday Lunch in full flow and the garden busy in the sun, but were made very welcome.
We were fitted in for lunch, preceded by drinks outside - excellent real ale (Hop Back Crop Circle) and distinctive G&T from a special selection - overlooking the Solent. The 3-course lunch was fabulous and we returned to the garden for another drink in the evening. There was no Sunday dinner: but we didn't need it. The room was comfortable with two windows giving us a glorious sea view: it was too calm to hear the sea without leaning out but you couldn't be much closer. Breakfast was also terrific, with home-made specialties including granola and sausage.