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Cheap Hotels in Hythe

964 reviews by TrustYou
30 Shamrock Way, Hythe Marina
0.9 Miles from the centre

Situated in Hythe Marina near the town of Hythe, the Boathouse Hotel provides sleek, modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, some overlooking the water. The restaurant uses local produce and there is a relaxed waterside bar. Each spacious room is equipped with a flat-screen TV and an elegant private bathroom. Some rooms have a private balcony over the marina, whilst all have free tea/coffee and a fridge. Guests at the Boathouse are served a continental breakfast each morning, dining with views of the marina in the background. There are also contemporary lunch and evening menus. Just 2 miles from the scenic New Forest, Hythe hosts many shops, restaurants and bars, all within a few minutes’ stroll of the hotel. Southampton can be reached with a 30-minute drive, or via the regular ferry service which runs from Hythe right into the city centre.

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per night from £145
(price for Tue, 26 Sep)

The Maples Hotel

55 reviews by TrustYou
21 St John's Street, Hythe
0.6 Miles from the centre
per night from £89
Estimated price based on searches in the last month

Hotels in Hythe

A charming little town in Hampshire, Hythe is set by the shore of Southampton Water. Hythe Hotels offer excellent access to the sea and the nearby New Forest National Park, and are a short ferry journey from the city of Southampton.


Hythe has a history that dates back to the 13th century, with the ferry crossing between Hythe and Southampton marked on a 16th-century map by Christopher Saxton. From then until the 20th century the town has been little more than small fishing village, but it has grown in recent decades as a popular tourist destination. It's still a small town, but there's now a range of shops and cafés open for business around the high street area.


If you stay in a Hythe hotel you can expect to see regular markets in the town – a great place to spend a few hours perusing through everything from eggs, bread, fruit, locally made honey and amber jewellery. There are regular farmers markets and the weekly Waterside Country Market, taking place every Friday at the St Andrews Church Centre. If you're travelling with family, there are also plenty of snacks and treats for kids.


Cross the water on the ferry and you'll soon find yourself in the vibrant city of Southampton. Here you'll find all the shops, restaurants, bars, clubs and museums you'd expect of a big city, as well as a number of historical and cultural attractions including the Tudor House and Gardens, Southampton City Art Gallery, SeaCity Museum and the Mayflower Theatre. If you're interested in sailing, Southampton is an ideal place to book a few lessons.

New Forest National Park

Head in the opposite direction of Southampton and within minutes by car you'll find the New Forest National Park. One of the largest remaining tracts of unenclosed land, this National Park is a fantastic place for romantic bike rides or family treks through the country. There is also wide range of wildlife on show, including ponies, buzzards, deer and adders. Ask at one of the local tourist centres for advice on planning a walk through the park.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Hythe

What are the most booked hotels in Hythe?

One of the best hotels to stay in Hythe is Boathouse Hotel.

What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Hythe?

The lowest price for a double room in Hythe is £145.

If I want to stay in the center of Hythe, which hotels shall I consider?

Boathouse Hotel is located in the central neighborhood of Hythe.

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