Set in the leafy suburbs of Highfield, a highly desirable area of Southampton, the red brick exterior of Highfield House Hotel
blends seamlessly with the family homes and gardens of this residential
street. Since the departure of RMS Titanic from the White Star Line
dock on 10th April 1912, Southampton will always be linked with the ill-fated liner. Highfield House Hotel
was once owned by local businessman Henry Hodges who had bought
first-class passage and perished, his being one of the few bodies to
ever be retrieved.
The recently completed £1.5million refurbishment will guarantee that Highfield House Hotel
continues to offer you not only a safe and quiet location to focus but
also a consistently comfortable environment with local flavour.
Although situated in a residential area, the hotel is just over two
miles from Southampton City Centre, three miles from the M3 and within walking distance of Southampton University, 326 acres of Common and a short drive from Southampton Airport.