An impressive, detached, Grade ll listed Georgian gentleman's dwelling, set in a residential area of the historic Hampshire naval town of Gosport, a short ferry ride from lively Portsmouth.
Well-appointed throughout and retaining some original features, this delightful Gosport cottage offers a superb holiday experience for large groups of family or friends wishing to spend time in this fascinating area.
The spacious interior of this holiday home in Gosport benefits from en-suite facilities to many of the comfortable bedrooms, whilst the living accommodation provides a splendid sociable space, with plenty of room for your group to spread out.
Outside your Gosport holiday cottage, is a lovely lawned garden with patio, so why not set up the gas barbecue on a warm evening and enjoy an alfresco feast as the day draws to a close?
A short distance away, Gosport's bustling town centre offers a good selection of local shops and restaurants, and guests of all ages will adore discovering the fascinating history of the area with a visit to the Explosion!
Museum of Naval Firepower.
A short ferry ride takes you across to vibrant Portsmouth, with its prominent nautical heritage, bustling shopping outlets and colourful nightlife.
Within easy reach of this Gosport holiday cottage you can enjoy the maritime playground around Portsmouth Harbour, with beaches at Stokes Bay offering scenic waterside walks, a wonderful place to watch the ever-changing shipping scenery on The Solent.
An easy drive from this holiday cottage in Gosport is cosmopolitan Southampton, as well as the picturesque New Forest.
A wonderful Gosport holiday cottage to be enjoyed all year round.
Note: This property is situated next to Ref. 916965, together they sleep 27.
About the location
Fareham 6 miles; Portsmouth 12 miles.
Set on a peninsula, which juts out into The Solent opposite Portsmouth, is the town of Gosport, a one time bustling naval town and now very much a marine hub. A superb holiday destination, Gosport offers visitors numerous attractions and 17 miles of waterfront, with lovely beaches and coastal scenery to enjoy. The town has a prominent naval heritage, and today supplies superb facilities for enthusiasts of all kinds of watersports, as well as interactive museums and fascinating exhibitions charting its maritime history. A short ferry ride takes you across to Portsmouth's historic dockyard, home to the magnificent HMS Victory, where you can spend the day shopping in the nearby Gunwharf Quays outlet and study the spectacular seascapes from the iconic Spinnaker Tower. You may also take a short ferry ride to the Isle of Wight for another superb day out. The popular city of Southampton offers plenty of attractions, and along with the picturesque New Forest National Park, is easily accessible should you fancy a day trip with a difference. Gosport is an attractive and interesting holiday destination, offering a wide range of activities to suit all ages and interests.
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