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Abbey House Bed and Breakfast
Ranked #1 of 2 Titchfield B&B and Inns
East Midlands
Level 3 Contributor
13 reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 11 helpful votes
“Extremely good value”
Reviewed 27 August 2013

Had a wonderful stay, great location as we were staying for a friends' BBQ. Had looked at the
Holiday Inn but was really expensive, so found Abbey House instead. Hosts were so friendly and couldn't be more helpful. Lovely breakfast, given just what you asked for and extra toast provided. Beautiful room, we had the one with our own bathroom as I prefer a bath to a shower. Would definitely stay again, and recommend it to anyone.

  • Stayed August 2013
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Fareham
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Reviewed 23 August 2013

I had a wonderful time at The Abbey House. Richard and Teresa were extremely welcoming. Lovely home and garden and the breakfast was spot on. Thank you for your kind hospitality! Will recommend to friends :)

  • Stayed August 2013, travelled solo
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Southampton, United Kingdom
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 28 helpful votes
Reviewed 17 August 2013

Had an excellent time when staying at the Abbey House. The house was clean, well presented and the couple were very friendly and informative. The bed was very comfy and the en suite bathroom was very clean. Although food was not provided in the evening (obviously as it is a B&B) the owners told us of a few pubs around that were in walking distance (The Fisherman's Rest was especially nice) Lots of choices for breakfast which was excellent and cooked well. Excellent value for money, I would definitely stay here again and recommend it to family and friends.

  • Stayed August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Manchester, England, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 5 August 2013

The building itself was beautiful and the luxury room was very nice, but unfortunately the other room we stayed in was very small and impossible to walk down the side of the bed to get to the tea and coffee without squeezing.
I was also very disappointed with the breakfast. You had to pre-order the day before and they assumed that's what we wanted every day. The portion sizes we're ridiculous. My grandma ordered pouched eggs on toast and she received one egg and one slice of toast. You had to ask for any extra toast and then you were served one slice. Juice was also rationed, as was butter and milk (had to ask for more both mornings). The owners were very friendly but for the price there are far superior places to stay in the area (who don't act like it's war time with the rations)

  • Stayed July 2013, travelled with family
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Richard M, Owner at Abbey House Bed and Breakfast, responded to this review, 8 August 2013
Do come if you are hungry! There is no limit to what you can eat. Some of our guests do not just want quantity, but if they do they can have it. Perhaps you are more used to a self service breakfast that some hotel chains provide. Here we aim to get away from that and provide a much more personal service. All our food is carefully sourced, cooked to order on a range and you are served at the table. There is no limit to the amount of orange juice, toast, butter or milk you can have - if you want more then you only have to ask and we bring it to you. Your grandma asked for a poached egg on toast and was given it. If she had asked for two, she would have been given that.
Asking you to complete a breakfast sheet the night before is for guests' convenience, not ours. To cook a full English breakfast takes 25 minutes on a range (nothing's microwaved) and guests do not want to wait that long. Calling it wartime rationing is gratuitously offensive and simply wrong.
Teresa and I work hard to provide an enjoyable stay at our home and most people do appreciate it. You cannot please everyone but we will continue to try.
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Farnham, United Kingdom
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 6 helpful votes
Reviewed 29 May 2013

Made very welcome from arrival. Nothing was too much trouble. Stayed in the luxury room with unexpected views of the historic Abbey ruins. Comfortable bed and a great night's sleep in a quiet location. Great fluffy white towels and Molton Brown bath products. Excellent breakfast. Beautiful garden. Would recommend it and will definitely stay again.

  • Stayed May 2013, travelled as a couple
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Windsor, United Kingdom
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 3 helpful votes
Reviewed 25 April 2013

A delightful B&B in the grounds of a garden centre that once belonged to the premises. There is a beautiful ruined Abbey at the back of the centre, well worth the visit.
The garden centre is littered with CCTV cameras so it's a safe be to leave your car.... bonus!
The couple who run the place were totally charming from the first phone call, to being met at the door and that all important 'English Breakfast' The price was great and beat all of the opposition. Abbey House is right up there on our 'revisit list'...

  • Stayed April 2013, travelled as a couple
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Solihull, UK
Level 6 Contributor
708 reviews
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 558 helpful votes
Reviewed 23 April 2013

We booked the luxury room for 2 nights on the strength of the 7 excellent scores on Trip Adviser. We weren’t disappointed.
The house is very easy to find. It is surrounded by a Garden Centre. There is little noise from the garden centre. Richard and Teresa are very hospitable hosts. They close the curtains before you return at night and give you a front door key. On learning I take decaffinated coffee an addition was made to the hospitality tray in the room.
The house is large and spotless, decorated in beige/cream throughout the hall, landing and stairs and our room. The Dining Room is in blue. The luxury room is about 6 m x 4m with 3 windows with a 2m x 1m bathroom including a walk in shower. The furniture includes a large comfortable bed with crisp clean linen, 2 bedside tables with lamps, a chest of drawers, a wardrobe (with adequate hangers and an almost full length mirror) and a stand for the hospitality tray and a unit for the TV. The bathroom has stone tiles, toilet, wash basin and mirror and shaver point. There was a mixture of toiletries and one hand and one bath towel each. The shower worked well, towels are fluffy and water was hot. We slept well, though the curtains didn’t give complete black-out. Lighting levels from the main chandelier was ok. There was a selection of magazines next to the bed and some menus from local eating places. The room was generally warm, though the heating seemed to come on and off at odd times. There were no other guests and the house was quiet at night.
You order breakfast the night before; cereal, yoghurt, tea or coffee, a range of hot components of an ‘English Breakfast’. Excellently prepared and served.
One oddity was the contents of the cabinet in the bathroom – looked as though they were a collection of toiletries left behind by previous guests – an old fashioned shaving brush, 2 old toothbrushes and a couple of toiletries bag – we didn’t investigate further! Parking at first was a bit strange – the car park to the Garden Centre that surrounds the house is chained when the Centre closes and outside the house are ‘unofficial’ double yellow lines. Richard invited us to park in their drive – only room for one visitor car. The entrance to the house is up a walkway that has seen better days and the garden is a little unkempt. They have a pool in a glasshouse that isn’t available to guests. The tv in the room is a 16 inch flatscreen with DvD with freeview. I was a bit disappointed with this – for a luxury room, I expected a larger TV. The room only had one chair, and, as the room will usually be occupied by 2 guests, another chair needs to be provided. Whilst the room was clean, there was a dirty mark along the skirting board. When we arrived Richard asked whether we wanted the chiming clock in the room turned off - fair enough, but I am not sure anything that is likely to disturb guests should be in the room in the first place! Another strange thing is the inability to lock the door of the room to ensure privacy.
We paid £90.00 per night for the room. This is expensive for a Bed and Breakfast though I think on balance it just about lived up to its price.

  • Stayed April 2013, travelled as a couple
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Additional Information about Abbey House Bed and Breakfast

Property: Abbey House Bed and Breakfast
Address: Abbey Nursery House Mill Lane, Titchfield, Fareham PO15 5RB, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Hampshire > Fareham > Titchfield
Amenities:
Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 2 B&Bs / Inns in Titchfield
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £
Number of rooms: 3
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Set in a delightful walled garden with private off-road, gated parking, in the conservation area by the ruins of Titchfield Abbey to the west of Fareham and close to the river Meon with rural walks along the river to the Solent and into the Hampshire countryside, yet within easy reach of the M27, mainline rail links, Southampton, Portsmouth and cross Channel ferries. Within a 10 minute walk there is the historic village of Titchfield, a choice of 5 pubs, all of which serve food every day. ... more   less 
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Abbey House Bed And Breakfast Titchfield, Fareham

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