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Re-opening 2nd December

Following on from the Government announcement on Thursday 26th November, we are really pleased to announce that our hotel will be re-opening on Wednesday 2nd December. We are taking bookings from this date with a no-quibble refund policy. We have some very special Christmas plans too for you and your family to enjoy over the festive season.

The perfect place for you and your family to enjoy a break. Explore all that the Solent has to offer or venture further afield to the surrounding areas of Portsmouth or Southhampton.

We’re in a great location with lots to see and do.

super comfy sleeping

We only do super comfy and you’ll find everything you need for a great stay.

ice cream parlour

For all the sweet tooth's out there, we have a great selection of tasty desserts and ice cream flavours ready for you to indulge in.

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See The
Sights

plenty to see and do

The Lodge at Solent is situated in Fareham, a market town at the north west tip of Portsmouth Harbour, between the cities of Portsmouth and Southampton in the south east of Hampshire, England.

The perfect place to explore. Whether it’s a visit to the beautiful Titchfield Abbey or a bit of boulder climbing with the children at the Red Spider Climbing Centre, Fareham has it all. Plus Hill Head beach is only a 15-minute drive away and the New Forest is on our doorstep. You could even take a ferry to the neighbouring Isle of Wight and explore all it has to offer.

After a tiring day out, return to the lodge and tuck into a mouth-watering burger off the grill or one of our popular  pizzas, with a beer or glass of wine and then sink into bed for the best night’s sleep you’ll ever have.

bike hire

Pedal around the sights.
Available from reception.

sea city Titanic museum

Based in Southampton, the Museum tell the story of the people of the city, their fascinating lives and historic connections with Titanic and the sea.