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Cheap Hotels in Southwell

The Aqua Hotel

732 reviews by TrustYou
2.7 Miles from the centre

Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, wedding services, and tour/ticket assistance.

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per night from £65
(price for Tue, 30 Apr)

Beach House B&B Hotel

51 Chiswell
2.2 Miles from the centre

Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at the bar/lounge. Full breakfasts are available daily for a fee.

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per night from £75
(price for Tue, 30 Apr)

Thirtyfive B&B Hotel

12 reviews by TrustYou
35 Easton Street
1.2 Miles from the centre

Stay in one of 5 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected.

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per night from £78
(price for Tue, 30 Apr)

Maritime Hotel

Southwell Park
0.4 Miles from the centre

Stay in one of 47 guestrooms featuring LCD televisions. Digital television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature deep soaking bathtubs and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include irons/ironing boards and blackout drapes/curtains, and housekeeping is provided daily.

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per night from £100
(price for Tue, 30 Apr)

Heights Hotel

1019 reviews by TrustYou
Yeates Road
1.7 Miles from the centre

Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a 24-hour fitness center or take in the view from a terrace and a garden. Additional amenities at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, gift shops/newsstands, and a hair salon.

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per night from £120
(price for Tue, 30 Apr)

Hotels in Southwell

On the Isle of Portland in Dorset, between the villages of Portland Bill and Easton and Weston, lies Southwell. Not in truth an island, Portland is in fact attached to Chesil Beach by a narrow causeway. Book a Southwell hotel with us and discover this small village whose history can be traced back to Roman times.


The original settlement was transformed by Romans who made more efficient use of the natural source of water. In 1734, Britain's second largest landslide occurred here when large parts of the village tumbled over the Portland cliffs. As a consequence, the fallen rocks jut out at bizarre angles.

Fish, fowl and other fauna

A two minute walk from Portland Bill's famous lighthouse is Pulpit Rock, a noSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION landmark in its own right. Once part of an arch that was partially dismantled in the late 19th century, the rock juts out from the rocky coastline. It's a point from which to catch pollack, mullet, wrasse, conger eels and other fish while admiring the spectacular scenery. You might even catch sight of the odd dolphin or two. The landscape of the island with its cliffs, quarries, dense scrub, rough pasture, sycamore trees and grasslands attracts fascinating wildlife. The island's quarries, in particular, are pervaded by bird's foot trefoil and horseshoe vetch which attract more than half of the country's 57 species of butterfly, including chalkhill blue and small copper. Portland is a haven for migrating birds and there's every chance you'll see lesser short-toed larks, savannah sparrows, desert warblers and calandra larks and, along the coastline, look for breeding puffins.

Eating and drinking in Southwell

Southwell village contains one pub, the Eight Kings, but on the island as a whole there are a few eateries in which you can wine and dine. A ten minute drive north takes you to Fortuneswell which has the Jackson Gallery where you can pop in for a pot of tea or a fresh coffee and home-cooked food. They serve breakfast every day and even have a range of herbal and fruit teas. And when you've finished, take the time to look at the exhibited artwork. Five minutes from Southwell is Easton which is home to The New Inn, a free house and restaurant which specialises in shellfish sourced from Portland's harbours. All of the produce used here is sourced from within Dorset's borders. Despite its name, the Jailhouse Café isn't a gimmicky establishment trading on the island's penal history. Risk-assessed day-release prisoners work hard to make this a friendly café that serves great food to great acclaim from locals and visitors alike.

Shopping in and around Southwell

Nearby Easton is the self-proclaimed 'shopping centre of Portland' with traditional shops and a supermarket. Portland Bill has a market that has been running for more than 30 years selling fresh produce, jam, jewellery, hats and gifts.

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