Ninety Two is a fabulous holiday home come rain or shine.
Ninety Two is a modern three story town house. Located in a quiet, peaceful street near to the seafront. It is well equipped with every thing needed for a relaxing holiday including, flat screen TV, Wii Fit,guitar hero and masses of games. More mundane items such as a 7kg washing machine and a tumble dryer.
Housed in the second floor are two beautiful double bedrooms and a bathroom. The first floor has a large sunny, bright lounge, modern art deco designed kitchen and dinning area. Ground floor there are two bedrooms with a large shower room and a utility room.
There is a secure courtyard with off road parking to the rear, and road side parking to the front.
Number Ninety Two is approximately 300m from Gunwharf Quays and the Historic Dockyard (the home of the Mary Rose) as well as lots of other attractions.
Portsmouth Harbour train station with a direct link to Waterloo and the ferry ports are very close giving easy access to the Isle of Wight and the continent.
Gunwhalf Quays is situated on the seafront it is a cosmopolitan area of 20 restaurants including Raymond Blancs ‘Brasserie Blanc’ and Jamie Oliver's ‘Italian’, a 28 screen multiplex cinema, designer retail outfits, bowling and the Spinnaker Tower.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is also a short walk away. This is the home of the amazing Tudor warship the ‘Mary Rose’ which visitor centre is now newly open to the public in its new 21st century building. There are is also the first iron hulled warship HMS Warrior and Admiral Nelsons warship HMS Victory. Visit the action-packed high seas adventure that is Action Stations and enjoy a tour of the harbour to see ships of the Royal Naval Fleet that are in harbour.
A short walk away from this historic area of Old Portsmouth attractions include; the beaches, The Round and Square Towers, Cathedral, fish markets, super pubs and restaurants, The Royal Marines Museum,Spur Redoubt, The Hot Walls, City Museum. Or one of the many themed guided walks then enjoy a cup of tea in one of the many teashops along the narrow and pretty lanes.
Other attractions which are also within walking distance or a short drive are; The Blue Reef Aquarium, Play-zone, the Fun-fair, Pyramids Centre with funky flumes and Spa, Fort Purbrook, Explosion, Royal Marines Museum, D-Day Museum, Explosion,The Summer Real Ale and Food festival and Hampshire Farmers Markets.
Then for top class sailing, windsurfing and kayaking, look no further than the Solent.
Hampshire offers a wealth of treasures, from rolling countryside, unspoiled beaches, glorious gardens and pretty villages to ancient forests, bustling market towns, historic ships and imposing castles.
If you like walking, cycling, horse riding or water sports there's plenty to keep you amused.
While for shopping, food and drink, military heritage and award-winning attractions, Hampshire tops the lot.
For entertaining days out, relaxing short breaks and fun family holidays, be sure to discover Hampshire.
Hampshire is a beautiful county which has two national parks ‘The New Forest and ‘The Southdown's National Park’. with its it has rolling downland, chalky streams, sleepy villages and mild climate it is an ideal place to walk, cycle or horse ride.
My favorite city (apart from Portsmouth) is Winchester. If you like history it makes a good day out. It is the ancient capital of England with its famous cathedral and King Arthur's Round Table.