Best Western Chilworth Manor Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The hotel is made from different building. So usually you need to walk a litle bit to reach your room. But it is a nice hotel, confortable and professional service. The restaurant is a litle bit overrated,specially for dinner, but it is good for breakfast.
This was my second visit to Chilworth, the first time being for leisure with family just before Christmas and this time to attend a conference. The location is excellent and very easy to find and access. During my stay the staff are so helpful and welcoming. I dined on both nights of my visit and the food was excellent, service was quick and the restaurant had a lovely atmosphere. I love the bar area very relaxing and cosy with lots of character making it nice to wind down with a book and glass of wine in the evening. The room was very comfortable, a good size and I loved the bathrooms. Comfortable bed meaning I was very well rested for a long day at my conference. We used two conference rooms, a different one each day. Both had lovely natural light and plenty of space. Refreshments and lunch were delivered to the room quickly and quietly and the staff taking extra care not to disturb us. Lunch was fantastic, very enjoyable and light choice so we weren't feeling sluggish in the afternoon. Would definitely recommend Chilworth both to stay and as a venue!
Having recently spent a few days at this hotel with a group friends I have to say that the rooms are a good size in the modern part of the building , wine list modest in price and food of a good standard, breakfast was a bit of a problem with not enough tables and the food looked sad , also tinned fruit for the fruit choice was sad , but they did have fresh melon . Hot food looked a little sad and tea and coffee was when you caught the waitress at breakfast . I would return as good parking and nice staff
Stayed here recently while attending a nearby wedding. My wife and I were with our 4 month old and the room was a lovely size for the two of us and a carry cot. The staff were very friendly and helpful and although we didn't use many of the facilities, it was a great place to base ourselves. And the price was great for a hotel of this quality!
Fabulous gardens in bloom. Really nice hotel. Quiet, comfortable rooms and a great free of charge pool with spa and gym. Buffet breakfast was good. I found the bar area too quiet and nobody in it so walked 0.4 miles to the nearest pub to dine and have a drink. Staff were all helpful at the hotel. Parking was an issue on arrival as the hotel had a function on.
our room was very spaceous and had a lovely view of the grounds, dinner was lovely as an all in price worked out very reasonable too, and when we were forced to kill time waiting for our cruise ship to dock we spent a lovely morning walking the grounds, idyllic.
The hotel is a former estate converted into a first class hotel. Dining room was well managed and waitstaff well trained. Outdoor patio area was most enjoyable and drinks were served. Negatives were bar appitizers were potato chips and very salty peanuts. Positive were outstanding bedrooms , very up to date and very clean. Would stay here again.
Stayed for one night on an offer including evening meal and breakfast. We'd upgraded to a superior room which was a nice size and well maintained. The expresso machine and packet of fudge were nice touches. The grounds were beautiful and we spent several hours on the veranda with some drinks which was very pleasant. We used the pool and sauna - all spotless. Good choice of food at restaurant and service was excellent. A very enjoyable stay.
Travelling up and down the country i often stop at local places for breakfast or dinner on my travels as a taxi driver. I called in here (didnt stay overnight) as picking up guests - I asked to purchase breakfast and was guided towards the restaurant. My first impressions from the Restaurant manager were not great as he said "you do realise breakfast is £14.25 "implying could I actually afford it which was not the greatest of starts. However I was led to my table and then helped myself to the buffet breakfast which was very nice a choice of bacon, poached/fried or scrambled egg, mushrooms and hash browns and beans. The £14.25 included cereal , orange juice tea and toast and bread so was plentiful. Before I had even finished my breakfast my bill was presented at the table. I was placed at a window seat which the window was open so was quite cold sitting there. Generally a good breakfast shame about the seating and the restaurant manager however once I had paid he then said I could take tea out to the car in the disposable cups if I would like probably because I left a 75pence tip. I would recommend the breakfast but was a little overpriced but being very close to Southampton Docks probably to be expected.
This is a lovely hotel and spa. We stayed here for 1 night before boarding a cruise ship in Southampton the following day. It was on a bed and breakfast basis and we were able to leave the car in a car park to the side of the hotel for the duration of the 17 night cruise and a taxi took us to the port and collected us on our return. We were allowed free tea and coffee on the morning of the cruise. The room we were allocated - an upgrade we were told - was spacious and very comfortable with lovely toiletries and complimentary sparkling water. And a coffee machine! Which would have been fab but we found the coffee to be remarkably strong and unpalatable. Shame as it was such a lovely touch in the room. It cost us £200 in total which was only slightly dearer than port parking and we got a stay in a fantastic hotel, use of the tremendous swimming pool and Jacuzzi and sauna and a good breakfast. (Just a personal note - I'm not a fan of self service breakfasts but I ordered poached eggs on toast and it was lovely). The staff were competent, professional and friendly and there was one tricky incident when, to my absolute horror, I found myself about to faint soon after we arrived. You know the feelings - lots of black spots before the eyes, feeling very sick, complete loss of colour and about to collapse. Just horrible. But the staff were fantastic and I was quickly recovered and well enough to enjoy the pool and Jacuzzi. (Thanks to the member of staff who helped me). I have only given 4/5 because we didn't sample an evening meal so cannot comment - it did seem a tad expensive to us - and the taxi service at the end of the cruise was not as good as at the start - took over half an hour to pick us up and the driver was continually exceeding the speed limit. Not a good advert. But all in all it was a wonderful stay and we will definitely use this hotel when next we cruise and will highly recommend it to friends.
Best Western Chilworth Manor Hotel is located within a few miles (5 km) of Stoneham Golf Club and Southampton City Golf Course. This 95-room, 3-star hotel has a restaurant, an indoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. Located centrally in Southampton, it's also near University of Southampton and Romsey Golf Club.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a full breakfast is available for a fee.
All 95 recently renovated rooms feature coffee makers, ironing boards, and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs with satellite channels. Hair dryers are also available.
Guests of Best Western Chilworth Manor Hotel have access to an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help secure valuables, and answer any questions about the accommodations. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, 11 meeting rooms, and a business center.
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66% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1291 reviews