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Less than 10 minutes’ walk from Clarence Pier in Portsmouth, this historically listed building is in Bellevue Terrace.
The Queens Hotel is an Edwardian building just 5 minutes walk from the beach and sits opposite Southsea Common. Espresso martinis were lovely. All staff were helpful and friendly
Located by the sea front, the Holiday Inn Portsmouth offers a lobby, a bar and a restaurant. location , size of the family room
Just a 5-minute stroll from Southsea beach and 10 minutes from the South Parade Pier, Florence Suite Boutique Hotel and Restaurant provides luxury accommodations. Great place with beautiful garden, very friendly staff (because of covid we didn't contact a...
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. The breakfast menu offers a wide choice of cooked items and this was cheerfully and quickly served.
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. This is my 3 visit here and love it.
Just a 5-minute stroll from Southsea beach and 10 minutes from the South Parade Pier, Florence Gardens Boutique Hotel and Restaurant provides luxury accommodations. Breakfast was ok but could have done with more staff as restaurant was mad.
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.... Whole environment, bar area is really good for a budget hotel.
Set in Portsmouth, Southsea Rocks Hotel has a garden, a shared lounge and rooms with free WiFi access. The property is close to several noted attractions and around 1.2 mi from Portsmouth Cathedral. Located by the seashore and also very close to city centre. Great value for money.
Southseaa Inn is set in Portsmouth, within 1.4 mi of Mary Rose Museum and 3.7 mi of Port Solent. Around 1 mi from Portsmouth Cathedral, the property is also close to University of Portsmouth. I have stayed here many times due to work. The place is very clean, warm, and quiet.
The Seacrest Hotel is located on Southsea's seafront, looking out over award-winning gardens to the Solent and the Isle of Wight. Loved everything about this place. Staff was amazing, breakfast was great and included in our price!
Featuring a bar, garden and views of garden, Ye Spotted Dogge is located in Portsmouth, 0.9 mi from Mary Rose Museum. A simply super small hotel dating from 1523! Ian, the owner, was so friendly and helpful.
The Royal Maritime Club is just 5 minutes’ walk from the Gunwharf Quays waterfront development and Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard. The place is great. The rooms are spaces and the breakfast is delicious as will.
The volunteers really were in character - the victorian sailor kept us regaled with information, which added to our enjoyment of the visit. The Warrior is a truly awe inspiring structure but why were Isaac Watt and Lloyd the engineer not mentioned in either the leaflet or the booklet?
Very interesting. Lots to see with a very helpful and enthusiastic and informative staff member who explained how the cannons were used and manned. Impressive the amount of work gone into the restoration.
Read the boards as you walk along the wharf towards the ship. This will provide a much richer understanding of the ship's history. The main deck seems sparse and uninviting. It is below decks where the full picture is gradually revealed. Keep descending through the decks until you reach the engines and coal ovens. Nice cafe on board - which doesn't detract from the purpose and history of the ship.
A joy to walk through history and time on this vessel. Well maintained and manned by informed and obviously proud guides who all went out of their way to explain and demonstrate the workings of the ship. My grandson was fascinated. Just brilliant.
Wow, but watch you head!!! I received a bump or two wandering around this wonderfully detailed ship. Just hard to imagine how the sailors lived, worked, ate and slept in such a tiny space by the Cannons. Then the other Ships staff - Officers they lived in such splendour, it was good to see it restored as it would of been in the day
This is an on going preservation. After years of neglect this ship is slowly being brought back to its former glory. Not far off now. All the ships are worth a visit. You'll see and feel how sailors lived in the past