If you’re looking for a charming hotel in Christchurch, look no further than Fisherman's Haunt Hotel.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Christchurch, Fisherman's Haunt Hotel is located a short distance from The Norman House (2.1 mi) and Hatch Gallery (2.1 mi).
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Fisherman's Haunt Hotel offer a flat screen TV, a desk, and a seating area.
Guests of Fishermans Haunt are also welcome to enjoy free breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Italian restaurants, including Prezzo, La Mamma, and Perfect Pizza, all of which are a short distance from Fisherman's Haunt Hotel.
If you’re looking for something to do, Moon Studio Ceramics (1.0 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Fishermans Haunt.
The staff at Fisherman's Haunt Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
My wife and I visited the Fisherman’s Haunt restaurant hoping to experience a new menu and enjoy a tasty meal, having been on a healthy fasting diet. I had a Beef burger, with no bun, asking for a few extra chips with the meal. The extra chips arrived at no extra cost but the meat tasted fatty, the bacon (an extra £1.50) was miniscule and the one lettuce leaf was about 3" x 2". So I ate carbohydrates and a little protein but no vegetables. (£13.75 + £1.50) My wife had grilled place (£15.25). This sat in the middle of a large plate surrounded by chips. Again no vegetables or salad. The Service was good, the waitress obliging (got me Mayonnaise and an extra 2 leafs of miniscule lettuce leafs (they are obviously on ration). Overall not a good meal. We asked about the menu - apparently the "Fullers" menu is fairly standard. AVOID!…
·We stayed for two nights in Room 15. The room was well equipped and comfortable. Lovely shower and large bed. It was an attractive room in keeping with the theme of the rest of the hotel ie heritage colours, retro furniture etc Breakfast was really good, better on the second morning as we realised that we could have fruit etc as well as hot food. We also had top up coffees offered that day too. The restaurant was great and we invited our friends over to join us for dinner. They all enjoyed their meals. Jenny, the manager, was always available to help with booking taxis, tables etc. The hotel is a peaceful and pleasant place to stay. We will be back.
A little block adjacent to the pub/restaurant building are the guest rooms(old stable block I think) I booked the "large double" which had it's own entrance and on the ground floor. Not a bad size room and good size shower room(Walk in shower only) A bit grotty around some of the tiles. But good towels and slippers, if that's your thing? The noise from the above room can only be described as unbearable. Yes I am a light sleeper, but I also expect as a paying guest, to get a reasonably good nights sleep. (what else are you paying for?) A bit of floor board creaking I can accept, but when it gets to hearing every foot step and when someone has started and finished going to the toilet, enough is enough. All in all 2 very bad nights sleep for £305.
Called here twice on the way back from days out the first time we were a bit early to eat but decided to wait we were totally ignored so left, thought we would give it another go and ate here very basic wouldn’t recommend
Room needed a little T L C in places.Shower very poor ,in drips and drabs.Bed was comfortable.Staff very friendly.Breakfast was not brilliant ,streaky fatty bacon ,not my cup of tea and the toast must have been the cheapest sliced bread you could buy.Evening meal poor as well ,went down the road to another pub to eat the last two nights.Nice pint of London Pride .Will not be going back in a hurry