from £57 / night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
- 2 bedrooms
- 3 sleeps
- 7 nights min stay
- 2 bedrooms
- 3 sleeps
- 7 nights min stay
Description from owner
A 2 bed house (sleeps maximum of 3) with stunning views over Haslar Marina and a lake. Sit on the sofa and look out of all the windows where you feel surrounded by water: watch the yachts as they come and go. From the living area and balcony you can see the submarine museum and the old navy diving tower training centre. Also views across the Solent where you can see the larger ferries and hovercraft coming and going.An 'upside down house" with living room/kitchen and balcony on first floor and bedrooms and bathroom on ground floor.Living/dining area with large sliding patio door/window onto the balcony where you can take advantage of the views over the garden, Esplanade Walkway, Haslar Marina and the Solent. Fully fitted kitchen with large breakfast bar inc halogen hob, electric oven, under counter fridge, microwave and dish washer. Living and dining areas contain large sofa, separate seating, coffee table, side tables, TV and DVD player. Dining table seating for 4.
A 2 bed house (sleeps maximum of 3) with stunning views over Haslar Marina and a lake. Sit on the sofa and look out of all the windows where you feel surrounded by water: watch the yachts as they come and go. From the living area and balcony you can see the submarine museum and the old navy diving tower training centre. Also views across the Solent where you can see the larger ferries and hovercraft coming and going.An 'upside down house" with living room/kitchen and balcony on first floor and bedrooms and bathroom on ground floor.Living/dining area with large sliding patio door/window onto the balcony where you can take advantage of the views over the garden, Esplanade Walkway, Haslar Marina and the Solent. Fully fitted kitchen with large breakfast bar inc halogen hob, electric oven, under counter fridge, microwave and dish washer. Living and dining areas contain large sofa, separate seating, coffee table, side tables, TV and DVD player. Dining table seating for 4. Large storage/display cabinet. Balcony has seating for 2 with a table.Downstairs there is one double and one single bedroom with selection of wardrobes and drawer space. Large fully tiled bathroom with bath (shower above bath), heated towel rail, storage, shaving point and mirror with lights. Small hall cupboard containing washing machine. Storage space available under stairs for suitcases. Both bedrooms have door access to courtyard garden with secure gate access to Esplanade Walkway. Patio furniture is provided.Positioned close to Gosport High Street and ferry terminal, bus station, taxi rank and ferry to Portsmouth Harbour main line train station. Waterviews is a great location to explore the surrounding areas of Gosport, Lee on Solent, Fareham, Portsmouth, Portsmouth Historical Dockyard and Gunwharf Quays with its range of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities.Wi-fi available.The house is not suitable for young children due to the open expanse of water at the front of the property.
All bed linen and towels included.
Sleeps maximum of 3.
Children under age of 10 not permitted.
Waterviews is non-smoking. No pets allowed.
Refundable security deposit is charged.
Further details outdoors
Small courtyard garden to rear of property. Allocated parking is located approximately 50 metres from front door. Small landing at top of steps to front entrance. Front of property overlooks Rampart Moat with local wildlife and visiting birds such as egret, heron and comorant. Rear of property leads onto Esplanade Walkway and overlooks Haslar Marina.
Location description from owner
The England region
Hampshire is a varied county in the south of England, with a warm, dry climate. It has a variety of landcape types, including chalk downland to the north and east, heathy wooded areas in the New Forest area to the west, and a coastline with many creeks and inlets. It is a popular holiday area; tourist attractions include its many seaside resorts, the maritime area of Portsmouth, the submarine museum in Gosport, the motor museum at Beaulieu and the New Forest, a National Park. The coastal towns have developed into important ports and places for leisure sailing. These include the naval port of Portsmouth and the commercial port of Southampton, which is one of the busiest in the country owing partly to the fact that it has four tides a day. Popular places for leisure sailing include the yachting centre at Fareham. Hampshire's county town is Winchester, a historic city with a Norman cathedral, that was once the capital of the ancient kingdom of Wessex and the seat of King Alfred. Development in the past thirty years has produced a conurbation consisting of the main towns of Winchester, Portsmouth and Southampton by Eastleigh, Fareham, Gosport and extending eastwards to Havant. Hampshire has a milder climate than most areas of the British Isles, being in the far south with the climate stabilising effect of the sea, but protected against the more extreme weather of the Atlantic coast. Hampshire has a higher average annual temperature than the UK average at 9.8°C to 12°C, average rainfall at 741–1060 mm per year, and higher than average sunshine at over 1541 hours per year.
Whether it's a day trip, short break or week-end stopover, there's so much to enjoy and keep you busy in Gosport. Explore the fascinating history and heritage of the museums or extensive Waterfront.A wonderful location is one of Gosport's main strengths. Its beautiful south facing beaches look out towards the Isle of Wight and the Solent.Gosport's Naval HistoryExplosion! The Museum of Naval Firepower is a hands on, interactive museum set in Gosport's former gunpowder and munitions depot. It tells the story of naval warfare from the days of gunpowder to modern missiles.Dive into the past and the future at The Royal Navy Submarine Museum, where you can take a guided tour of World War II submarine HMS Alliance, led by a submariner, or climb on board Holland I - the Navy's first submarine from 1901.Out and About in GosportGosport has a working brewery, Oakleaf Brewing Company. The family run brewery, produces a range of mouth-watering cask and bottle conditioned ales. Each award-winning beer has a distinct flavour of its own, so everyone is sure to find an ale to suit their taste. Tours must be pre-booked and beer is available to buy from the shop. Located off Gosport High Street.Or take a leisurely sight-seeing cruise with the Gosport Ferry. Operating a range of cruises, May to September, taking in such scenic and beautiful locations as the Hamble, Beaulieu Rivers or Portsmouth Harbour, with superb views of the ships in dock and a stunning view of the Spinnaker Tower, it's the perfect way to spend the day.During the summer months (April - October) you can take advantage of the Portsmouth Harbour Waterbus and enjoy both Portsmouth and Gosport's attractions. Why not take a tour of the harbour and stop off at four of the Harbour's top attractions including the Historic Dockyard and Explosion! Museum of Naval Power.A short ferry ride away is Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth containing many high street outlet shops, restaurants, bars and nightlife.Plenty to see and do for all age ranges.
- Beach / lakeside relaxation
- Nearest beach 3 km
- Not suitable for children
- Car not necessary
- No pets allowed
- Private garden
Bed & bathroom
- 1 Super King Beds, 1 Single Bed
- 1 Family bathroom
- Wi-Fi available
- Private garden
- Balcony or terrace
- Sea view
- Internet access
- Central heating
- Washing machine
- DVD player
- Hair dryer
- Linen provided
- Towels provided
- Not suitable for wheelchair users
- Check in time:14:00, Check out time:10:00
- If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
- This owner does not use online booking. Please contact them and they will be able to offer you a secure way to pay for your stay. Never pay for your holiday rental by wire transfer (such as Western Union or Moneygram) as this type of payment is untraceable.
- No smoking at this property
About the owner
- Response rate:
- Calendar updated:
- 13 Jul 2016
- Years listed:
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Languages spoken: English
This House has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and sleeps 3. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 07 Oct 2011. Located in Hampshire, it has 37 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £395 to £495.
The Owner has a response rate of 100% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 13 Jul 2016.
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– based on 37 reviews
- Very Good
“Location ideal for Portsmouth History”
A most comfortable and enjoyable stay. Property was very well equipped and furnished with good parking and excellent views. Just three minute walk to Gosport Ferry for Pompey. Also lots to see in Gosport. Owner very helpful with booking. Happy to stay here again and would thoroughly recommend to others. The only thing that could improve this excellent property would be to have curtains on the bedroom windows (there are roller blinds).
Thank you - we look forward to welcoming you again.
“Superb house in a beautiful setting”
Excellent service and communication with very friendly owners. The house was in a beautiful setting overlooking the Haslar Marina. The balcony allowed us to sit in the sunshine and watch the boats float by! It was equipped with everything we needed and more! The house was well positioned allowing us to visit relatives and friends dotted around Hampshire. This, together with the use of the Gosport ferry made it very easy to pop over to Portsmouth and Gunwharf quay with out the use of a car. we have already booked to go back next year. Need we say any more than that!!
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