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Welcome to De Vere Venues New Place

Address: High Street, Shirrell Heath, Fareham, SO32 2JY

Hotel Description

Travelling Southbound on the m3, exit at Junction 11 to Winchester b3335. At traffic lights turn left to Twyford/Bishops Waltham. Past Twyford turn left onto b2177 to Bishops Waltham then follow signs to Wickham b2177. Pass through Waltham Chase and at the small cross roads turn left into Upper Church Road, signposted Shirrell Heath/Swanmore/New Place. After 400 yards you reach a junction and turn left. The entrance is on the left after 100 yards. Travelling Westbound from Portsmouth on the M27, exit at Junction 10 signposted Alton A32. Follow these signs until you reach roundabout at Wickham. Turn Left onto B2177 signposted Bishops Waltham. After 2 miles turn right signposted Shirrell Heath/Swanmore/New Place. The entrance to New Place is 800 yards on the left. Travelling Eastbound from Southampton on the M27, exit at Junction 7 signposted Hedge End A334. Follow signs to Botley. Drive through the town and follow signs to Wickham A334 for about 3 miles. At the T-junction turn left onto B2177 signposted Bishops Waltham and immediately right signposted Shirrell Heath/Swanmore/New Place. The entrance to New Place is 800 yards on the left.

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  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Laundry Service
  • Massage

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Hotel Reviews - De Vere Venues New Place

We Stayed At The Hotel From Friday Til Monday. On...
we stayed at the hotel from Friday til Monday. On both Fri and Sat night there was a wedding taking place which meant that there was no dinner available for anybody else staying. However that didn't really matter when on Sunday we looked at the menu. If the hotel can cater for a wedding then why can it not cater properly for other guests, pizza and basic dishes are not that appetising when away from home. how about even some local meals or even comfort food."

218625,97353134,2007-11-09,4.57,en,David,Cranleigh,GB,Excellent,Good,Good,Excellent,Excellent,Good,Excellent,Group of adult friends,Clean tidy functional,Building work outside room,"Very comfortable-excellent check in lady-patient and courteous. Would like to have known about building work,however it was not offputting. All staff were helpful. Well done."

218627,97765236,2007-11-12,3.14,en,John,Pontefract,GB,Good,Fair,Good,Fair,Fair,Fair,Adequate,Solo business traveller,The room was comfortable and the service polite and friendly. Reception staff were efficient and effective,The car park was a mess and badly marked out. The hotel was not easy to find using SatNav. The decor was tired. It took a while to find a waiter to be seated at breakfast even though (or perhaps because) the hotel seemed quiet.,"I was only there for one night so my review has limited reliability. I have already made my main points above. I have ticked I would recommend this hotel below but the reality is more complicated. It was perfectly adequate and the staff were friendly but I was left with the distinct feeling that the hotel as a whole could have done better for the price charged. So if someone asked Is this an OK place to stay?, I would say Yes; but if they said is it the best place in Grimsby in this price range?, I would say: Probably not."

218627,97852374,2007-11-02,4,en,peter,merseyside,GB,Good,Good,Good,Good,Good,Good,Good,Solo business traveller,Had a smokeing facility,Found to be okay,

218627,97081469,2007-10-15,3.14,en,Ian,Northampton,GB,Poor,Good,Good,Adequate,Good,Fair,Good,Solo business traveller,,,

218627,97503296,2007-10-08,3.43,en,Anonymous,,,Good,Good,Good,Good,Adequate,Fair,Fair,Mature couple,The hotel was centraly placed with good access,Poorly laid out car park and the heating could not be controlled in the bedroom,The hotel is listed as a three star quality which I think is over rated as the facilities are for short stay clients and would not be suitable for extended stays or holidays. Also I was surprised that some rooms were still registered as smoking rooms.

218627,97468461,2007-07-18,4.14,en,pullen,london,GB,Excellent,Good,Good,Good,Good,Good,Good,Young couple,nice and quite,,

218652,97207071,2007-10-28,4,en,Anonymous,,,Good,Good,Good,Good,Good,Good,Good,Family with older children,did not get a non smoking room,"Did not realise some rooms allowed smoking, no option given to ask for non smoking. Food expensive for what it is, otherwise good hotel.

Anonymous - 2nd Oct, 2007
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Bishops Waltham Palace - Hampshire - Country Home

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Distance 2.44 miles (3.91 km)
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Fareham College - University

Fareham College - University

Distance 4.66 miles (7.46 km)
We are a friendly and lively college conveniently located within walking distance of Farehams expanding town centre.

Our large and modern campus is easily accessible by car (free parking on campus) and public transport, with the towns train and bus stations nearby.

We offer a wide range of full-time and part-time courses that cover a wide range of subjects. Combined with a variety of entry levels, there is a suitable course at Fareham College for almost everyone.

Corhampton Golf Club - Southampton - Golf

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Distance 4.73 miles (7.57 km)
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