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Ellington Lodge Hotel
The Concorde Club
Stoneham Lane

Eastleigh
Hampshire

SO50 9HQ | View map

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Ellington Lodge Hotel is situated 2 minutes from Southampton International Airport in a quiet woodland setting near Lakeside Country Park and ideally placed whether your stay is for business or pleasure, just off Junction 5 of the M27 with ample Free Parking. All our rooms are NON-SMOKING and en-suite have satellite television, radio, telephone, trouser press, hair dryer, tea & coffee making and FREE WIFI facilities.Adjacent to the Hotel is The Concorde Club a private members club with a reputation as a Premier Venue for Entertainment, with World Famous Jazz Artists, Tribute Band Nights, Cabaret & Dinner Shows.The club's Moldy Fig wine bar offers an excellent & varied menu for hotel guests. On certain evenings it may be possible (by prior arrangement only) for residents to use facilities of the main club. Please note that the Club operates a strict dress code of smart casual ie no jeans (or denim of any colour) , T shirts or trainers.Conference facilities for up to 200 delegates.Short term Airport & Cruise parking available to Residents

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