- Paultons Park and Peppa Pig World
- New Forest
- Beaulieu Motor Museum and stately home and grounds
- Southampton University
- Marwell Zoo
- Southampton Maritime Museum
- Southampton General Hospital
- St Mary's Provident Football Stadium
- Ocean Village and Leisure World
- Southampton Docks and Cruise Terminal
- Gunwharf Quays and Spinnaker tower
- Isle of Wight Ferry Terminal
- Ageas Bowl Hampshire Cricket Club
- West Quay Shopping Centre
- Mayflower Theatre
City Name: SOUTHAMPTON
Direction from City Center to Hotel: West
Distance from Hotel: 3 MI/ 4.83 KM
Closest Convention Centre: St Marys Football Club
Distance from Hotel: 5 MI/ 8.05 KM South East
Golf: 5 MI/ 8.05 KM East
Southampton's Old Town is home to the 15th-century Tudor House and Garden. The house has quirky objects like a penny-farthing bicycle and a centuries-old sedan chair. Stroll through neighbouring King John's Palace, a Norman house which was once part of the city's defensive wall. Wander around the Tudor-style garden, with paths and low hedges, and relax with a cup of tea in the café.
Catch a show at the elegant 1920s Mayflower Theatre in Southampton's city centre. Choose from a diverse programme of ballet, comedy acts, opera and musicals, including touring shows. If you prefer outdoor action, there's horse riding, biking and hiking in the scenic New Forest, a short drive away. For some nature and wildlife even closer to home, ponies roam in a field next to the hotel.
Don't Go Home Without
Families and big kids at heart can experience Paultons Park, a vibrant theme park home to Peppa Pig World, 10 minutes' drive from the hotel. Kids can run amok in the playground and indoor play zones with slides and ball games, and burn off energy on exciting rides and in the splash park. You can wander through tropical gardens, take in a round of adventure golf, or ride the train around the park.
You can catch the ferry from Southampton Docks across to Cowes on the scenic Isle of Wight. Sail the morning away or browse souvenir shops lining the town streets. A little train takes you across the island to seaside retreats like Sandown and Shanklin, dotted with beachfront cafés, kids' rides and art deco buildings. Discover ancient fossils at the Dinosaur Isle museum.