Amberley Guest House

Address: 37 Castle Road Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, PO5 3DE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 37 Castle Road Southsea, Portsmouth, is near Spinnaker Tower, D-Day Museum, Southsea Castle, and Royal Marines Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Portsmouth

Chartwell and Chichester

A travel blog entry by fitchett on Oct 06, 2014

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... finally bought by a consortium of wealthy businessmen friends who arranged to pass it on to the National Trust with the proviso that the Churchills were to continue living in it for the remainder of their lives.

All through the house were paintings by Churchill - he loved painting and it was a great relaxation for him. He completed about 500 paintings in his lifetime. A favourite for us was Bottlescape. He sent ...

Grisolles to Donzac

A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid on Oct 05, 2014

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We followed the River Garonne for about 60 km to Donzac. Along the way, we passed through Auvillar. A magnificent church and a truly pretty town. We are now passing through a fruit growing area. Lots of Apple, pear, peach and nectarine trees protected by netting to keep the birds away. We also saw chestnuts growing not thinking that ...

English weather finally showed itself...

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Oct 05, 2014

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... and head out for a walk. This is an older neighbourhood with nice old homes. Our hotel owner has bought five of them and turned them into a conglomerate of hotels.

We head down to the water for a walk. We come across a garden walkway down to the promenade. This garden area was first built in the early 1920's to help keep the people working in this area after WWI. It was rebuilt after WWII when it was left and covered by barbed wire and cement blocks to protect the city ...

A wander in the town

A travel blog entry by marionburton on Oct 03, 2014

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... The building was once owned by Henry VIII, during the 1500's. He gave the Chesil Rectory to his daughter, Queen Mary, or Mary Tudor. Her lavish wedding to King Phillip of Spain in Winchester Cathedral, nearly bankrupted the city and she gifted Cesil Rectory to the city of Winchester as part payment for the wedding. After a bit more exploring I found my way back to the bus station about 12.30 to catch the number 3 bus back to my stop where I walk the ...


A travel blog entry by peebee6 on May 13, 2014

Our train trip today took 1 and 1/2 hours, lovely country side again, now headed south of London to Portsmouth, which is a working Naval base where they not only have navy ships, but on display the "HMS Victory" launched 1765, "HMS Warrior" 1860. Also the "Mary Rose" built in early 1500, it was sunk in 1545 by the French fleet, and was rediscovered in 1836, raising some items including cannons. In 1980 the underwater excavation started ...

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