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Hotels near Privett Park stadium - Gosport Borough FC

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Leeward House - 18 Russell Road, Gosport PO13 9HP

1.9 miles from Privett Park
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £79.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Leeward House B&B Gosport is 4 star silver award establishment with a 5 star service. Offering comfortable rooms and a excellent menu choice for breakfast to start your day. For the business person, we have free Internet access via Wireless Internet. We have the standard check in and out times but understanding peoples needs we try to be as flexible as we can. Our breakfast comprises of fruit juice, cereal, yogurt, fruit, toast, preserves, and a variety of freshly cooked food.. Being close to the M27 and M3 Lee on Solent is the ideal location for business or pleasure. The beach and town are a few minute walk away, offering a selection of cafes and restuarants to suit all tastes. Lee on the Solent has a wonderful promenade to walk along from where you can see the Isle of Wight and all the activity on the water. There are several water front establishments which have views of the sea where it is ideal to stop for lunch or just a drink and a snack..

The Royal Maritime Club - 75-80 QUEEN STREET PORTSMOUTH PO1 3HS

2.3 miles from Privett Park
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £96.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Just a few hundred metres from Gunwharf Quays and Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, the hotel offers free Wi-Fi, comfortable en suite rooms. The Royal Maritime Club has a superb location, just a short walk from Portsmouth Harbour Railway Station, the Spinnaker Tower and the shops, bars and restaurants of the Gunwharf Quays waterfront development. You can also explore Portsmouth’s rich naval history, with the Mary Rose, HMS Victory and HMS Warrior just a few minutes’ walk away. All of the well-appointed en suite rooms have TVs and tea/coffee making facilities. Double and twin rooms have baths and showers. All guests can use the hotel’s leisure facilities (some facilities are chargeable and time restrictions apply). The hotel also offers a lunchtime cafe and a newly refurbished bar and restaurant. Please note that on-site parking is limited, and is on a first-come, first-served basis. Parking cannot be reserved. On street parking is available around the hotel (JA or JD zones) using council scratch cards available at reception (£2.50 for 24 hours). The historic dockyard car park is directly opposite the hotel. This is subject to availability, and hotel guests have a reduced rate (conditions apply). Guests are advised that from time to time functions take place in the club. On these occasions it is possible music can be heard until midnight.

Regency Court - 12 Regency Court, King Charles St Portsmouth PO1 2RR

2.3 miles from Privett Park
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £100.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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The space offers one very large double bedroom and an even bigger living room. Bedroom with a double bed while the living room has a very large sofa bed. There is clean and bright kitchen/diner, well-equipped with dishwasher and washer/dryer, microwave and all utensils you need even for most demanding chefs. The bathroom has a showerhead and bath. Across the road (3 mins walk) you will find Gunwharf Quays, shops, restaurants and all local amenities. Bed linen, towels, bathroom essentials and hairdryer provided. Excellent, fast fibre optic Wi-Fi Internet access. HD TV.

Ye Spotted Dogge - Buckingham House, 11 High Street Portsmouth PO1 2LP

2.4 miles from Privett Park
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £229.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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Buckingham House dates back to the early part of the 16th century when, in 1523, it was first licensed as "Le Greyhounde" as an inn in the charge of Richard Palschyd who was a collector of taxes. It then became home to John Chadderton who was Captain of the garrison at Southsea Castle. Many exposed timbers in the property are dated back to circa 1450 by English Heritage experts. By 1628 the building was known as Ye Spotted Dogge Inne and was the scene of the assassination of George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham by naval lieutenant John Felton. The dagger which is reputed to have been used to commit the murder is on display. The house had been prepared for a visit by the King with special panelling in his proposed bedchamber. On the day of the murder, it was thought too dangerous for the King to venture into the old High Street. After the death of Buckingham, the property is mentioned in the diaries of Samuel Pepys with an entry for May 2nd 1661 saying he went to "visit the room where Buckingham was killed". At the time of the murder, Buckingham House was owned by Captain John Mason who went on to be the founder of New Hampshire in America. In the early 1700s the house was bought by Dr William Smith who is thought to have been responsible for the installation of decorative panelling in the William and Mary style in about 1707. Dr Smith died in 1732 and left a bequest for the foundation of Portsmouth Grammar School , now sited alongside Buckingham House. After the Second World War the building was rescued by architect Mr R A Thomas who carried out a restoration which was featured in an article in The Times, London. After years of use as offices, the building was sold by private treaty to the existing owner who has carried out an impressive further restoration of this Grade II* Listed property. Buckingham House, now Ye Spotted Dogge, now offers 6 beautiful en-suite rooms with guest lounge, breakfast room, private bar and a substantial secluded garden for the exclusive u
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