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Just a 2-minute stroll from Southsea beach and 5 minutes from the South Parade Pier, Florence Gardens Boutique Hotel and Restaurant provides luxury accommodation. A gem of a hotel in a great location. Dog friendly and close to the beach and other amenities.
This property is 2 minutes walk from the beach. Just a 2-minutes stroll from Southsea beach and 5 minutes from the South Parade Pier, Florence Suite Boutique Hotel and Restaurant provides luxury... Amazing personal touches, great service and a lovely room.
The Somerset House Hotel has been restored to the original splendor of its Edwardian roots. It offers boutique rooms with free Wi-Fi and free parking, just 1312 feet from Southsea Beach. we were very fortune to get room on ground floor. centrally located to the beach and park
Located just minutes from Southsea seafront and the center of Portsmouth, Florence House is Portsmouth’s original boutique hotel, offering free WiFi and free parking. Excellent the decor was fresh, and different suited the property, the staff were friendly and...
The Queens Hotel is an Edwardian building just 5 minutes walk from the beach and sits opposite Southsea Common. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The bed was very comfortable which is a must.
This modern hotel is in the middle of Portsmouth, just 1700 ft from Portsmouth and Southsea Train Station. The Ibis Hotel Portsmouth has a 24-hour snack menu, on-site parking and a stylish restaurant.... Very nice staff. Excellent breakfast, Good location.
Located by the sea front, the Holiday Inn Portsmouth offers a lobby, a bar and a restaurant. The location is very good. Highly recommand for excutive room
Featuring a bar, garden and views of garden, Ye Spotted Dogge is located in Portsmouth, an 18-minute walk from Mary Rose Museum. The location was perfect for getting around Portsmouth.
A living piece of history that allows one to construct what it must be like to crew this vessel and for a few brief moments become aware of the physical restricts in harbour conditions. ,and.to speculate on the terror of engagement in battle.
Really interesting but not wheelchair or pushchair accessible. Take the audio tour, it certainly helped us understand the history of the ship and the purposes of parts of the ship. Great explanation of its part in the Battle of Trafalgar.
This is a fabulous exhibition, if you have one day in Portsmouth and an ounce of interest in history within your body, this is it! What astonishing craftsmanship and marvelous feat of engineering. Tar, here's the heart of oak of the Royal Navy.
This is worth seeing and very photogenic. If you feel like selfies you should get some nice ones. Sometimes they've had tour guides, sometimes self-guided and sometimes they've just let people wander round by themselves - it might depend on how busy they were expecting to be.
You will need energy to see this fabulous ship. More like a multistorey carpark so don't imagine it is a little boat! Vwry poignant to kmow it's where Nelson died. See huge cannon, officer cabin, hammocks where the sailors slept etc.
Watch you head as the ceilings are out to get you but gives a great insight into the crew's life. Then when you find out there were in excess of 800 of them it makes you wonder where they put them all and what the noise and smells must have been like.
Location was great. I was attending a function on HMS Victory which was only a 5 minute walk away. The room was fine although could probably do with being decorated. Staff were pleasant and very helpful.
Great breakfast, staff super friendly and great location, not too far from HMS Victory which was the reason for our visit. Bonus is that there is an outlet shopping mall on the way to the docklands ;-)
HMS warrior & HMS Victory are a must to see, absolutely stunning. Take a walk through the Cascades Shopping centre and it takes you into the high street and theres even more shopping to be done in Gun Wharf Quay, as well as the many eateries on the 1st floor overlooking the waterfront.
Actually being able to walk upon the decks of the HMS Warrior, HMS Victory and being able to view what has been found in the process of the re-surfacing of the Mary Rose.
visiting the historic dockyard is very worthwhile Mary Rose exhibit and HMS Victory and HMS Warrior also boat trips around the harbour and seeing current warships aswell as old.