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A “great and stately environment” is provided in spades by this famously luxurious country hotel, set in 130 acres on the fringes of Bournemouth. Culinarily speaking, it’s best known for its “unbeatable” wine list “to match the setting”, but Luke Matthews’s cuisine is solidly supported too, even if there is a perennial complaint in some quarters that it is “hugely overpriced”.
“One of the best luxury country hotels in the world in our opinion!” That’s the kind of support that has for so long maintained this famous retreat: a much-extended old house set in 130 acres on the fringes of Bournemouth, which for its many (plutocratic) fans is “an old favourite that always delivers”, particularly when it comes to its “exceptional wine list, with lots of interesting gems”. That you really “pay the price for this experience” is a perennial issue however, as is a sense that culinary results can be a little “stolid”. That said, the majority of reporters “simply love it here”.
This “very stylish” country house hotel, set in marvellous grounds on the edge of the New Forest, again split reporters on predictable lines this year. For fans it’s “still very special”, “setting a high standard (if at a price)” for “beautiful food, wonderfully presented”. Foes, though, in particular, just can’t get over the requirement for a second mortgage. (Given how grand the place is however, “it’s great the way they cater to small kids without hassle”.)
Few venues equal the grandeur of this “magnificent country house hotel”, set in “well-manicured grounds” on the edge of the New Forest. The themes in feedback on its dining room have been very consistent over the years – what is “an excellent experience in every respect” for fans (most notably the “spectacular wine list”) is – to sceptics – “far too expensive”.
There are many magnificent hotels, but only a few of them can call themselves a true English Original.
Chewton Glen is a quintessentially English, privately owned luxury Country House Hotel & Spa on the fringe of the New Forest.
With some of England’s most stunning countryside rolling up around us and the calmness of the sea just moments away, Chewton Glen is an idyllic escape.
You wouldn't know we’re a mere two hours from London, easily reached by rail, air and road when you’re here, in such a tranquil setting. Christchurch, Bournemouth and Southampton are also nearby.
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Chewton Glen Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Unusually service was poor. Everything else very good "
Chewton Glen Rd, New Milton, BH23 5QL
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