Premier Inn Portsmouth (Horndean) Hotel

Address: 2 Havant Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, PO2 7HH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2 Havant Road, Portsmouth, is near Staunton Park, Stansted Park, Butser Ancient Farm, and South Downs Way National Trail.
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          Travel Blogs from Portsmouth

          Naval History

          A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jun 05, 2015

          39 photos

          ... departure, chuckling as they walked, no ran, away towards the nearest ferry to take them across the short harbour to the suburb of Gosport. Gosport was their chosen destination this morning as it is the home of a number of naval museums. Portsmouth is the main base for the Royal Navy, with a number of battleships and other naval vessels including aircraft carriers based here. There are also a number of naval museums including the ...

          English weather finally showed itself...

          A travel blog entry by jklezok on Oct 05, 2014

          12 photos

          ... Great Britain is much better for lifestyles. In her native Portugal there are people living off of 300 Euros a month. Very poor area. In Great Britain they have a much better life style. There cell phones are about 14 pounds a month for data, text and phone, flats are about 400 pounds and their minimum wage is about 6 pounds an hour. Quick calculations tell us that about 1000 pounds a month (before taxes) should be okay. Many don't have cars because they have a great transit system, so ...

          The Final Leg

          A travel blog entry by hicster on Mar 14, 2014

          2 comments, 31 photos

          ... th century to house merchants’ stalls and topped with numerous balconies for viewing shows and celebrations. It has always been a meeting place for everyone, especially young people. Women would go around the square one way, and males the other so they could see each others’ face, nowadays it is a bit more direct. The arches now house many cafes and bars and ...

          Storms and the navy

          A travel blog entry by pandd on Oct 29, 2013

          9 photos

          Terrible weather on the way down. Lots of rain, but not as bad as we thought. Portsmouth was dry when we arrived, but very windy, enough to shut the front. Today we have been to see mary rose, a boat trip, plus d day museum. Tapas's first ever! I like the ship figureheads. Really interesting. Two new destroyers in the ...

          Touring Portsmouth & Portchester

          A travel blog entry by joannie62 on Sep 29, 2013

          13 photos

          ... floor is a good substitute. They boys whilst not ecstatic about our cabin are thankful that I have booked our simple cabin.
          When leaving Portsmouth we lose an hour so before we know it it is 1.30am so we head to bed. Our cabin has 4 x bunk beds and Rory takes the top bunk.
          After a quick sleep we are awaken at 6.00 am and we pack and head up deck by 7.30 and we are here. Viva La France. We have arrived in France at Le ...