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A great little hotel in the best location in Portsmouth. Had the fortunate opportunity to stay in 2 different rooms. Both were beautifully appointed with their own personal character. Penthouse room was quaint with it's own outdoor spiral staircase up to the rooftop deck with...More
This was are second visit, as we enjoyed the first one so much, Mike and Maggie are wonderfull hosts. We were able to checked in early.Everything is within easy walking distance.There is a pub at the end of the road, where we had are evening...More
We had a very pleasant two nights here, great location, spotlessly clean, super breakfast and very friendly hosts. We have run a B&B ourselves and know quality when we see it. Would recommend for those wanting to explore historic Portsmouth.
My husband and I stayed here overnight for a shopping trip. We were warmly welcomed by Mike, who clearly explained the routine for breakfast and showed us our room, as well as giving us a parking permit for our stay ( the parking really is...More
My wife and I stayed here for one night recently and could not fault it in any way. We were able to check in early and the parking is right outside the door. The room was spotless and with a large bathroom. Mike and Maggie...More
Hi Vicki, Maggie and Mike provide a comp bottle of champagne in the room, but no bar as part of the cottage but is less than 50m from 2 local pubs and 10 min walk to gunwharf with restaurants and bars. Hope your stay was as... More
Hi Vicki, Maggie and Mike provide a comp bottle of champagne in the room, but no bar as part of the cottage but is less than 50m from 2 local pubs and 10 min walk to gunwharf with restaurants and bars. Hope your stay was as good ours.
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"The top floor room has two terraces , the top one offering wonderful views of the harbour"