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OVERVIEW

A stylish boutique hotel right on the beach at Yarmouth. Experience the history of a 17th-century townhouse that once entertained King Charles without scrimping on modern comforts. The food in the conservatory restaurant is top notch and an Italianate garden and beach bar encourage summer lounging.


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OUR REVIEW

THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Yarmouth is not the first place you think to stay when planning a visit to the Isle of Wight, but it is a charming historic town on the north coast with easy access to Lymington and the New Forest with the regular Wightlink ferry (which stops right by the hotel). Newton Nature Reserve is a ten-minute drive, while you can get to the Needles and Tapnell Farm park in 20 minutes.

By car: Ferries run every hour from Lymington and take around 40 minutes, with space for cars on-board. There is also a Pay and Display car park at the ferry terminal. The hotel does not have their own on-site parking but there is on-street parking throughout Yarmouth which is free overnight.

By train: Trains run regularly between London and Lymington Pier, next to the ferry terminal. Book trains.

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THE LOOK AND FEEL

The hotel has recently been taken over by the London nightclub impresario Howard Spooner (known for the Clapham Grand) and some daring London design has found its way to this historic townhouse, including an almost black paint on the walls of the central hall. Rooms are more subtle and chic.

THE FACILITIES

Friendly local staff take time to get to know you during your stay. Facilities include gun cabinets in each room if you want to join a local hunt and you can kennel your dog outside. There's a regular Saturday morning yoga class and additional sessions can be booked in advance.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant

  • Terrace
  • Beachfront
  • Private beach area

BED AND BATH

The rooms are beautifully styled with contemporary wallpapers and fabrics offsetting choice items of antique furniture. Perhaps a mahogany four-poster bed or dresser, a palm-frond wallpaper or your very own balcony overlooking the Solent. Bathrooms have jazzy tiles and underfloor heating. Cafetière coffee and a shelf of books add to the comfort.

Room types: Cosy Snug, Classic, Deluxe, Family Room, Prestige, Prestige with Terrace

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom, luxury toiletries, hairdryer, TV, tea and coffee facilities

FOOD AND DRINK

As you would expect in a restaurant this close to the water, fish and seafood abound on a stylish menu that fuses global flavours with local ingredients. Superb vegan options include braised cauliflower steak with mushroom, white bean and pine nuts, while carnivores can tuck into a fillet of beef with truffle butter.

The Conservatory: Brasserie, all-day dining, fresh fish and seafood, modern European dishes. Open daily. Mains from £13.50.

The Fin and Tonic: outdoor bar; al fresco dining, cocktails, beach views.

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