|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
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 some 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 (parking permit needed).
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.
Thank you for your very warm welcome we recieved, the two young men here even offered to carry our luggage. The house was fantastic, my five year old loved exploring! very close to the brilliant Gunwharf Quays, but quiet at night. We will definately be in touch about next year.
Our stay was more than perfect, we loved everything about the house. Let's start from the beginning, the owner Sarah is very genuine and always there for you. She welcomed us with fresh flowers, yummy fresh eggs, tea, and milk.. How thoughtful was that!! The house was super clean and very well maintained.. The location is perfect too, it's close to everything.. I love that house and I will definitely stay there again if I have the chance..
Lovely big property right in the heart of the old town, couldn't have been in a nicer location! Owner was very helpful regarding parking and amenities and accommodated our needs very well. All rooms were clean and comfortable and the utility area was an added bonus. Shame about the back garden being so tiny, (we had young children) however realistically it's just the style of house and probably having any garden in that area is a plus! On that note the front of the house felt so welcoming with the beautiful flower garden, delightful! The house was mostly very well equipped and all the rooms felt very bright and airy. Kids also loved staying here as there were lots of great hiding places over the three floors. We were really close to shops and restaurants and only about 1/2 mile from the beach at Southsea. It was still really easy to get in and out of Portsmouth from where the property. Overall a really fabulous place to stay at a very reasonable price, with a very friendly and helpful owner!
We had no idea, if we had made the right reservation, with this booking.
It turned out to be great. The house was larger than shown on the pictures.
Ground floor with two bedrooms and a badroom, first floor kitchen and living and inbetween a "confersation room", with television and a wii. At the second floor two bedrooms and a bathroom.
The wifi signal was strong enough to suply the complete house.
The house is very close to the harbour, it is in walking distance of all the nice things to see and do in Portsmouth, including shopping. To do some grocery shoppings at a larger supermarket an car would be nice. There are some small supermarkets nearby, but to do larger grocery's I prefer a Sainsbury, or Morrisons.
Sarah is very friendly and sometimes comes by to water the plants, on the outside of the house.
overall I can recomend this place for a visit and have a pleasant stay at Portsmouth.
We as a party of five sure did enjoy ourselfs there.
Ninety Two is an bright well maintained comfortable town house. The owners were there to greet us on our arrival and had supplied home baked bread, eggs, milk,tea bags and a local attractions box. The location is central for the tourist area with the Naval Dockyard and the Mary Rose exhibition only 10 mins walk away. There is also easy access to the Southsea Prom, Gunwarf Quays Outlet Centre, the waterboat to Gosport with its museums and ferries to the Isle of Wight. A selection of restaurants in the Quays makes eating out easy. Great location and good value family accommodation. Looking forward to visiting again.
We loved this house! I stayed here with my friend and my 5 year old and it was wonderful, the house is gorgeous and only 5 mins walk from some of the best shops and restaurants around. We recieved a very warm welcome from the owners and a very thoughtful welcome pack including freshly baked bread, fresh eggs and a bottle of wine. we cant wait to go back!
Exceptionally clean, tidy and ideally placed within walking distance of all that Old Portsmouth has to offer. Easy drive to Southsea. What makes this property stand out however is the welcome on arrival and the service given by the owner. After many years of staying in cottages around Britain this is the first time we have been greeted with fresh flowers and a welcome basket containing milk, freshly baked home made bread, wine and six freshly laid eggs straight from the owners own hens!
A box of leaflets and information about the local activities and attractions made it easy to choose how to spend our week. The weather was beautiful but had it not been wireless network, two televisions, a Wii, assorted games including the Portsmouth addition of Monopoly meant entertainment for the whole family for the time we spent indoors.
All the amenities mentioned were there and the two bathrooms were really useful as there were six of us.
Many thanks to Sarah and her family for the use of Number 92, we would thoroughly recommend this home from home.
The O'Briens, Newport
‘Number Ninety Two’ located in the original part of Portsmouth.
Old Portsmouth or Spice Island has a deep and varied past, steeped in Maritime history, including fortifications were Admiral Lord Nelson left for the Battle of Trafalgar.
A gentle stroll away come rain or shine there is:
The Historic Dockyard, Action Stations, harbour tours and D-Day museum.
Southsea Common with its four miles of beach, promenades, funfair, International festivals, Band in the park, Pyramids, aquarium.
Gunwharf Quays with its designer outlets, entertainment, top restaurants including Jamie Oliver and Raymond Blanc, night clubs, bars, coffee shops.
This fabulous holiday home is only:
2hrs 20min from Paris.......to the doorstep.
2Hrs 15mins from Brussels.......to the doorstep.
2hrs 30mins from Glasgow and Edinborugh.....to the doorstep.
.....and close to many, many more places, Via Southampton airport.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
4 Jul 2015 - 29 Aug 2015
7 night minimum stay
for 7 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£200|
Although off road parking for one car is available if you need more parking then on road parking tickets are available £10.
Eight weeks in advance please.
Please Note: The owner of this property accepts payment in the original currency specified (GBP), before use of conversion tool. The conversion tool is provided for your convenience only. The owner may accept other currencies if specifically agreed in advance.