Looking for a place to stay in Milford on Sea? Then look no further than The Beach House, a family-friendly small hotel that brings the best of Milford on Sea to your doorstep.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, and you can stay connected during your stay as The Beach House offers guests free wifi.
The small hotel features room service and newspaper. Plus, The Beach House offers an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While visiting Milford on Sea, you may want to try some crab at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Verveine Fishmarket Restaurant, The Beach House Restaurant, or La Perle.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular castles such as Hurst Castle.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at The Beach House as you experience everything Milford on Sea has to offer.
We stayed in the rooms for a midweek break and ate breakfast and dinner in the restaurant each day. The rooms were lovely, clean, and well furnished. The breakfasts were fab- you order what you want and there doesn't seem a limit on what you order. The dinners were lovely, i had the vegan katsu curry on both nights as it was so delicious. Would recommend to those wanting a quiet, relaxing break!
On arrival - Staff openly having a dispute over our booked table. Starter - Prawn Cocktail served with burnt toast ?? Replaced eventually with hacked not sliced brown bread . Scotch egg was nice. Caesar salad - ? Half a roast chicken chopped roughly into large pieces , still on bone, in leaves with slimy lardons , lovely?! Potato Gnocchi acceptable. Service slow and inattentive. Not good, drinks only if you can wait !
Visiting a relative who lives locally, she recommended the Beach House as a great place to have lunch either indoors or outside. Well, I'm pleased she did, because our party of three had a really nice time. This is a lovely period building just back from the beach, and with distant sea views to the Needles. They have attractive dining rooms with views across the rear garden, but as it was a warm sunny day we chose their large outside terrace with spectacular views. Good move. There's a varied menu for large and small appetites, and the three of us chose fishcake, sea bream and fish & chips. All three arrived promptly, the portions were really generous and cooked to perfection. The staff were really friendly and helpful, tables were clean and even though it was quite busy we couldn't fault the service. Good value for money too, as my F&C was massive for around £13.50. Tell me, can you think of anything better than sitting in the sun with delicious food and a pint of Badger best bitter, looking across the sea to the Isle of Wight in good company? Oh, and whilst we chatted a Sparrowhawk cruised over the garden! Perfection. Well done all at the Beach House, ten out of ten from us and we'll certainly be back. A Peregrine next time would be even better please?…
Hugely disappointed after another sub-standard visit to the Beach House yesterday (Sat 22nd May). Prior to Covid, my family were fairly regular visitors to the pub as there was always a friendly welcome and good food. Last time we visited (between lockdowns) we were sadly let down by the appallingly slap-dash and slow service, but we put that down to difficult times. So, we were excited to visit again on Saturday for a special occasion and booked in advance. Our starters arrived with one element missing, and despite asking staff on 3 separate occasions (each time being told that it was being sorted in the kitchen), it was a full 20-minutes later before the missing item arrived (which we sent away as we had already finished the rest of the food by that time). We then had to wait an hour before our main courses arrived. We had ordered a burger and had specifically asked for no pickles, no sauce, no salad & with very crispsy bacon. When it arrived, the bacon was not even properly cooked - the fat was still white & flabby and the burger was slavered with sauce. We, of course, sent it back. My daughter (who was celebrating a special occasion) was really upset because she had to sit there with no food whilst ours got cold. It took another 15 minutes for her burger to be re-fried, again with very soggy bacon. Whilst the staff were friendly and apologetic, it doesn't make up for the fact that there was extremely poor communication with the kitchen. This kind of mistake really shouldn't happen - the pub wasn't that busy at the time. To have bad service once is regrettable, but to have to deal with it twice is just once too many! It'll be a while before we bother going back.…
So our first Sunday lunch out for months so looking forward to it...but not to be. I pre booked 24hrs before hand, first slot available 2pm, perfect, we arrived and were asked to wait in the bar area whilst the table was prepared, we ordered drinks, we were shown to our table. There is only beef on the menu under roasts so my wife asked if there was beef left and what other meats were there? Not until then were we told that there was no roast left other than veggie! REALLY 2pm! As far as I know they don’t start service until 12. After all these months of closure surely any kitchen would be prepared to be busy and have stock for more than two hours of service. Oh! And we still had to pay for our drinks as we chose not to stay . PS this is not the first time over the years.