Come and stay at our Southsea holiday home, set in the heart of Southsea and just a 5 minute walk to the beach. Southsea is an incredible town that thinks it’s a seaside village. With it's beautiful victorian seafront, it is home to not one but two piers and has plenty of attractions for all of the family.
Here are a few of our favourites:
The Tenth Hole
Let's start with the important bits... coffee! The Tenth Hole is an amazing coffee shop that have the biggest selection (and biggest slices) of cake you have ever seen - oh and the coffee is great too. Situated next to the pitch and putt and just down from Canoe Lake - the perfect spot for breakfast or lunch.
The Sea Front
Southsea seafront is a long clean pebbly beach with far reaching views over to The Isle of Wight. Along the front there is a selection of great coffee shops, ice-cream shops and of course what British seaside holiday would be complete without fish and chips!
An open public park with a play area for children, a lake with swans and pedalo boats - plus it's great for crabbing! Next to the play park is the splash pad and the miniature village. There is plenty to do here for a whole afternoon.
The D-Day Museum on Clarence Esplanade, is dedicated to the 1944 Normandy landings, and the Royal Marines Museum on Eastney Road. Step back in time in Cumberland House Natural History Museum or head to the Blue Reef Aquarium and you can experience everything from tropical fish to sharks. Close by in Portsmouth next door to Gun Wharf is the Historic Dockyards which is a fantastic day out!
Funfair and Amusements
Clarence Pier is one of the largest amusement parks on the south coast and has all the amusements, rides and activities any family could wish for! The excitement of the arcades and the soft play means that they cater for all ages perfectly.
Southsea is also home to The Kings Theatre, which hosts all kinds of shows ranging from opera and ballet to musicals and panto. They have a full on schedule of events - take a look at their website for details.