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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Cloud Hotel Brockenhurst
We stayed here with a group of friends and the welcome we received and the attention to detail from the lovely owner and her staff was the best we have ever had as a group. Everyone knew who we were, who was stopping when and how many were in for dinner etc.
The hotel is spotless and the food excellent and plentiful. We had a smaller room on the top floor lovely views with a very small shower room but adequate for the purpose. Others in our group had larger first floor rooms with a bath.
The other residents were elderly but do not let the fact that these folk know a good thing and return year after year put you off!
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