The White Horse Hotel & Brasserie4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Ok, booked room only, paid through Expedia . On check in was asked for card to pre authorise my card for extras (again the full amount?) Not impressed, where is the trust? Didn't fancy the food for evening meal as judging by menu, it's overly fussy and overly pricey. Room. Very Small (107) tidy enough like, but small. Nowhere really to work or comfortably sit, dressing table adorned with clutter and a nice stool doesn't really cut it sorry. Coffee maker,not suitable for tea as the water isn't hot enough, and it's loud! So no brew at 630am as I didn't want to disturb others. Stormy summer night, heating on? So I turned off the rads and opened the windows..... no catches? So impossible to vent room for temp. Breakfast £15..... bit steep for me (expenses etc) so opted for an omelette (6.50). Very good in fairness. Coffee too small tho. Plus side, bed very comfortable! Taxi ordered and came as expected.... Different room, social not biz and money (not mine) no issue then possible 5..... but I'm a business traveler. The above wouldn't stop me using again however.
Went for afternoon tea which was a gift from family.Every aspect of our visit lived up to the great reviews we had read and others had told us about.Best afternoon tea EVER!! and we have eaten in some of the top London hotels.Highly recommended and splendid gift idea for those people who are difficult to buy for and who love to indulge in the finer things in life such as afternoon tea. One warning....GO HUNGRY..............with so many teas (and coffees) and cakes to choose from you need to space in your stomach to eat it all!!
Went there for my cousins wedding and the workers were very polite food was great and the rooms were good sizing, the hotel is right in the middle of Romsey so you can get to everything by walking and if you want to go Southampton then there is a bus that takes you there, the bus stop is in Romsey a 2 minute walk from the hotel.
We visited the restaurant and found that the food was interesting. The location was pretty quiet and the service was reasonably prompt. The rib eye steak was good. My impression was favourable overall.
Very good friends chose this as the venue for their blessing - the room used for the blessing was transformed for our lunch and then into the party room with live band. An adventurous menu was well delivered and all staff were great. The hotel is a bit like a Tardis and has far more space than it presents from the front.
Booked at short notice. Bar and waitering staff very helpful and attentive. Considering we were the only group in the restaurant, they had an excellent menu available. I had scallops to start, which were served with black pudding - usually a bit predictable, but this chef really nailed this dish. The pork belly for my main was cooked just right - I loved the apple sauce. No room for deserts, so we can't comment this time. They get very busy at times and so booking is worthwhile.
This is not my first time in this hotel, stayed here couple of times already and will come back. I like small hotels with family atmosphere, this is how I feel here! All staff is really polite and friendly. Rooms are small, but you have all you need in room. Food very good. Also lovely small city to visit. I travel on my own often, but in Romsey White Horse it does not cause any problem 👍🏼
We have spent one night during Easter week-end at the White horse. Lovely hotel beautifully decorated with great services. All personal are very kind and very helpful. Rooms are very comfortable and meals very good. Highly recommended for a nice quiet week-end.
Beautifully restored ancient coaching inn in the middle of old Romsey. Each room is named after a famous horse and decorated in a luxurious way. Quite quirky with steps and sloping floors throughout the hotel. The bar and restaurant are modern but tastefully done. Service is friendly and efficient.
Booked a table for dinner on Saturday evening, having had lunch here on several previous occasions. Dinner totally different, bar full of drunks, tables in restaurant far too close together, meaning we had to listen to the rantings of the loud mouthed drunk 'holding court' at the next table. The food was very good, but evening spoiled by people who should have been ejected for having had far too much to drink.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour front desk
The White Horse Hotel & Brasserie places you next to Romsey Abbey and within a 10-minute walk of Broadlands Estate. This 29-room, 4-star hotel has conveniences like a restaurant, 2 bars/lounges, and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Romsey and also close to The Rapids and Sir Harold Hillier Gardens.
Enjoy a bite to eat at The Brasserie, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.
The White Horse Hotel & Brasserie's 29 rooms provide phones and desks. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with digital channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds sport premium bedding.
Guests of The White Horse Hotel & Brasserie enjoy free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and barbecue grills. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with dry cleaning/laundry and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a picnic area, a gift shop, and a porter/bellhop.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
84% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 577 reviews