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Lord Bute Hotel
Highcliffe
Dorset

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The Lord Bute Hotel Highcliffe is set in true Dorset surroundings between Highcliffe Castle and the New Forset, this oppulant, grand hotel boasts formal yet relaxing attributes. The Lord Bute Hotel's silver service, Double AA Rosette restaurant, traditional and modern styled bedrooms and our impeccable reputation for service; will make you believe you are in five star surroundings, until of course you settle your account.

Style and comfort should be affordable, with rooms available for only 98 per night and a 3 course dinner from 29.95 per head, you will realise you have made the right choice with the Lord Bute Hotel & Restaurant in Highcliffe.

We provide an intimate service and a high concern for the comfort of your stay at the Lord Bute Hotel and can cater for almost any taste. With 5 diamonds and a grading of 91% awarded by the A.A. in 2005, the Lord Bute Hotel has established a well-deserved reputation that has become synonymous with the values of elegance, style, sophistication and luxury.

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