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Providing garden views, a garden and free WiFi, Southsea Studios is located in Portsmouth, 984 feet from Eastney Beach and 2.7 mi from Mary Rose Museum. Property was perfect for our break to visit family . Exceptionally clean and great location. Could do with an extra hand towel. Nice touches complimentary drinks and biscuits and chocolates. Would definitely stay again .
Featuring free WiFi, One Helena Road offers accommodations in Portsmouth. The Mary Rose Museum is 2 mi from the property. Free private parking is available on site. Lovely host on arrival. The room was perfect; very clean and comfortable. Was a fantastic stay, highly recommended and hoping to stay again soon!
We at Stattons Boutique Hotel, it was in a good position so that you could get on a bus and go all over Portsmouth. We spent one day at the historic dockyard, it was FANTASTIC. We are coming back next year to complete the tour, You can't do it all in one day.
Summer time is perfect I just love to visit as so much to do to see, food is yummy and great choices, but what makes southsea so amazing for us from June till August every Saturday and Sunday at the Bandstand they have live music each day it's a different genre so every taste is performed the ska day this year 2017 it was counted at over 5000 people, with picnics or bbq's all having the best time and not once has there been any trouble and we've gone most weekends for 3 years. Just great fun and fandabbydozzzeeee music. There's the hoover craft the fun fair the pubs plus the local shops.
Southsea has the famous Victory ( Nelson's Flagship)Henry V111's Mary Rose and the Warrior. Nearby we have the famous Spinnaker tower where from a viewing platform you can see for miles. There are restaurants representing every nationality. At the 'old ' part of town you can see artists at work and have a meal or coffee overlooking the sea. We have open green areas as well as the seafront...a cricket ground, bowls, two wonderful theatres within a short walking distance. I think it has everything going for it . The pier has recently been re-opened. This pier is where Tommy was filmed...it burnt down in the film and in real life! Portsmouth and Southsea are easy to walk round if you're fit...the busses are few and far between I'm afraid. A short ferry ride ( you could swim it actually ) takes you across to the lovely Hayling Island golden sands.Then there's Gunwharf Quays for posh shopping at discount prices and wonderful harbour views while you eat and drink.
There's always something to do in Southsea. If the weather's nice there's a big Common for games, picnics or barbecues, and it's close to the pier and arcades in the evenings. The walk along the promenade between South Parade Pier to Clarence Pier is a pleasant seaside stroll; at a brisk pace you could probably do it in half an hour, or a leisurely amble would be closer to an hour. The Spinnaker Tower is worth a look, as is the Nelson Trail, and there are some forts along the seafront which are free admission. The D-Day Museum is brilliant for those into history, and the rock gardens near South Parade are a fantastic place to relax and watch the world go by. Amongst the Clarence Pier fair and amusements, there's an amazing place to eat called Seaside Fish and Chips. They do fantastic burgers and fish, and the chips are always freshly cooked. If you're up the other end of the promenade, Rockby's do a good meal too, but they do close early so be quick! A place further into the town centre is just called The Chippy, and they're open until late. If you want a bit more excitement, there are speedboat trips around the harbour, or you can catch a hovercraft over to the Isle of Wight for a day trip.