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The Dolphin Hotel is a 19th Century coaching house situated in the town of Bovey Tracey - 'The Gateway to the Moor' Situated in the heart of Bovey Tracey and on the edge of Dartmoor National Park is The Dolphin Hotel. The Hotel has been offering guests hospitality, board and good food since the.

Dolphin Hotel, Southampton
TypeHotel
Location34 & 35 High Street, Southampton
Coordinates50°54′0.2″N1°24′13.0″W / 50.900056°N 1.403611°WCoordinates: 50°54′0.2″N1°24′13.0″W / 50.900056°N 1.403611°W
OS grid referenceSU 42035 11352
AreaHampshire
BuiltBefore 1454
OwnerMercure Hotels
Official nameDolphin Hotel
Designated14 July 1953
Reference no.1178854
Location of Dolphin Hotel, Southampton in Southampton

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The Dolphin Hotel is a Grade II* listed 4-star hotel, which is the oldest in Southampton, Hampshire.[1][2] Recorded mentions of the hotel date back to 1454 although it is believed to older than this and remnants of the original medieval timbers, and stone vaulting are extant.[2]

The hotel was a famous coaching inn during the 17th-century and became quite fashionable during the city's stint as a spa-town from 1750 to 1820.[2] The Georgian frontage, complete with coaching entrance and oriel windows, said to be the biggest in England, was added about 1760.[2][3]

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After a period of closure the hotel reopened on 4 May 2010 following a £4 million redevelopment programme.[2]

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Guests and ghosts[edit]

Plaque commemorating Jane Austen's visit

Famous guests have included Queen Victoria, Admiral Lord Nelson, Edward Gibbon, William Makepeace Thackery and Jane Austen, who celebrated her 18th birthday there in 1793.[2]

Molly, a maid seen gliding across the ground floor from the legs up, is the most famous of the hotel's six reported resident ghosts.[4][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^'Mercure Southampton Centre Dolphin Hotel'. Mercure.
  2. ^ abcdefg'Mercure Southampton Centre Dolphin Hotel - A Brief History'. Mercure.
  3. ^'Dolphin Hotel'. Historic England. Retrieved 20 January 2018.
  4. ^'Ghost of City's Past'. Daily Echo. 31 October 2002.


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