Guests at Hotel Lysses House, Fareham, Hampshire, can enjoy a few drinks on the hotel’s terrace and during cooler weather relax with their favourite book or daily paper in the comfortable armchairs of the lounge.
The rooms feature flat-screen TV’s, desks, hairdryers, tea and coffee making facilities, trouser presses, complimentary toiletries and free Wi-Fi.
Hotel Lysses House boasts 21 en-suite rooms, a restaurant, a bar/lounge as well as a terrace, private gardens, conference facilities and free on-site parking.
Popular British dishes are served at the Richmond Restaurant as well as freshly prepared breakfasts and afternoon cream teas. Guests can enjoy light snacks and an extensive range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages at the on-site bar.
Westbury Manor Museum, Fort Nelson, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, The Mary Rose Museum and HMS Warrior 1860 are all in close proximity to the hotel. Portchester Castle, Royal Navy Submarine Museum and Spinnaker Tower are also close by.
The hotel is set away from the hustle and bustle and surrounded by its own private gardens offering a peaceful and scenic backdrop. Guests appreciated the peaceful setting but also being close to many local amenities as well as attractions which are just
Clean and well-equipped rooms.
Guests were pleased to find that the overall hygiene levels were quite high as they said that their rooms were clean and well-maintained for the duration of their stay. Many appreciated having all the necessary mod-cons including powerful showers and sate
Friendly staff will make at ease.
All the members of staff have been described as friendly and approachable, often going the extra mile to assist guests with their various requests and queries. The reception staff were described as helpful, offering informative tips with regards to the lo
Guests who were hoping to have picturesque views were disappointed to find that their rooms look out onto an unsightly flat roof. If you are keen on having a scenic view it's advisable to ask for one of the rooms that look out onto the gardens.
Some of the guests mentioned that they could hear everything going on in the adjoining rooms due to the poor soundproofing. Others reported that creaky floorboards and footsteps of the occupants above them prevented them from getting a good night's sleep.
The breakfasts were said to be somewhat disappointing as some guests mentioned that they found the range of items on offer rather limited especially the buffet offerings which did not include fresh fruit and yoghurts.