There is an air of joy this autumn in the Kitchen Café, Bed & Breakfast, new Spot Shop and available to book for private events, the Meeting Spot.
Plus – our new beauty salon, managed by talented make – up artist Jordan, for all your facials, make-up and beauty needs.
The people are what help to make Spot in the Woods so special. When you arrive, our friendly front of house colleagues will greet you with a smile.
Our talented chefs are on hand to create something tasty. Our bustling and buzzing Kitchen Café is the place to be. You can see them at work in our open kitchen creating your next delicious dish!
Spot in the Woods – Our community
We have a real affection for nature and our surroundings and we are dog friendly. This includes the ever-enthusiastic Malmsey, Nina’s pride and joy! This extends to our bedrooms where there are rooms with patios and open space. We also have cushions for dogs and water bowls for refreshment.
We support 2 amazing local charities: Barrett’s Wessex, who’s aim is to provide support for those with oesophageal cancer in Southampton, Wessex and beyond. And Forest Forge Theatre company based in Ringwood, who create wonderful performances for all to enjoy.
Lifestyle at The Spot
Spot in the Woods is a lifestyle experience. In our Shop we champion local artisan crafts people, artists and designers including Longbarn, Summerdown Mint, Sandra Binney and many more. We have locally made jams and chutneys, chocolates, olives and beautiful local honey. Plus beers, wines, gins and ciders to take home or enjoy when you stay – Read more
And with our Plant Spot just next door to the terrace, there is even more to see, enjoy and take home a reminder of your visit.
After 10 years of running Hotel TerraVina, Nina and Gerard made an exciting new beginning, creating Spot in the Woods. This new venture has been created to give our valued customers a wonderful homely and social experience. But not forgetting the exceptional service and special treats you’ve come to know us for.
Gerard Basset sadly passed away surrounded by his family earlier this year. He had fought a brave battle against cancer of the oesophagus since 2017. Gerard was the first and remains the only individual to have held the excruciatingly challenging Master of Wine qualification simultaneously with the Master Sommelier, MBA Wine Business and MSc from the International Organisation of Vine and Wine. The crowning glory of his career came in April 2010 – he won the World Sommelier Championship, cementing his extraordinary domination of the industry.
“Both Romané and I are profoundly grateful for the support we have received from our friends across the world. Including the many in the wine and hospitality industries and to know that Gerard was so loved by all those who knew him.” Nina Basset
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