Cameron House seems to be a big, residential house on a long residential street. It doesn't advertise itself well from the outside so we drove straight past it first time. The drive is narrow and there's nowhere to turn round so we ended up having to reverse out which is a bit scary given the high walls around the property.
The hosts were very friendly and welcoming, but I don't understand why we had to present a passport or other id in order to check in. I've never been asked for that in any other hotel in the UK.
The room was fine with everything that you need, although the door to the bathroom (shower only - no bath) wasn't easy to open, which caused me a bit of a panic when I thought for a few seconds that I was locked in.
The local area isn't particularly great. Don't expect a small, cozy village. And although you can cross the road, climb over a style and be in the New Forest, it's called something bog! (Can't remember what the something is, but it didn't sound welcoming).
So all in all it was a good standard, clean and the hosts were lovely, but something about it just didn't click with me. I can't put my finger on it, but I can't imagine heading back there out of choice.