Premier Inn Southsea

Long Curtain Road, Southsea, Portsmouth, PO4 3AA, United Kingdom
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Weather in Ports mouth

by rahulagg84

hi , i will be travelling to portsmouth in october . what kind of weather can i expect
below 10 C ?

Re: Weather in Ports mouth

by chrishc

Proably not too warm, but hey, it's the UK you're talking about, expect anything. Might get a bit of wind.

The weather doen't affect you if you are nicely ensconced in one of the many drinking esatablishments.

Have fun

Re: Re: Weather in Ports mouth

by Adam_uk

Expect all types of weather. At night of course it will be mostly cold, but not necessarily during the day will it cold everyday. Perhaps it will be warm some days and sometimes raining. The weather here is unpredictable.
Adam

Re: Re: Weather in Ports mouth

by Adam_uk

Like mentioned above, the windchill will be the worse thing here, so bring a scarf.
Adam

Travel Tips for Portsmouth

The Mary Rose Ship hall. The...

by B_Caro

The Mary Rose Ship hall. The Mary Rose was lifted from the seabed in 1982 (after years of preparation) and is now being preserved by using the newest technology.

Before visiting the ship hall, you should start with a visit of the Mary Rose Museum.

Every half hour a 15 minute film is shown about this resque operation.


(and again not allowed to take pictures)

Emergency Equipment

by kevin36

These comments are for anybody thinking of taking a boat with them.
Holdall with tools ,spare spark plug,VHF Marine hand held radio,Inshore flares,
mobile phone but make sure the network covers that area,not all networks work in all areas
and the one thing people tend to forget is a: Spare wheel for your trailer and wheel clamp. A flotation suit and Life jacket and of course a large brimmed hat to keep the sun off. First aid Kit Digital camera at least 3.2m pixel, the reason for this is if you are lucky enough to come across Dolphins you can fire away and then erase the bad ones.
They are very quick at moving from one side to the next A waterproof jacket is a must,remember this is England. Binoculars, 7X50 are the preferd range on water.

Visit the Jane Austen...

by margaretvn

Visit the Jane Austen house.
It is in the lovely little village of Chawton which is 1 mile south-west of Alton in Hampshire.
it is signposted off the roundabout at the junction of the A31 (Winchester) with the A32 (Fareham) roads.

Global French

by annase about Restaurant 27

Restaurant 27 opened in November 2009. It is owned by Kevin Bingham who has worked as a chef at various Michelin Star restaurants. The restaurant sources its ingredients locally such as the sea bass.

The cooking can be characterised as 'Global French' with a blend of classic French cuisine with the modern flavours. The menu changes every six weeks as the staff aim to make it ever better and better. We had the summer menu and the restaurant manager told us that there would be a new one probably by October.

The restaurant is smallish, there is seating up to 30 people. There is a huge flower arrangement in the middle of the dining room with some impressive and beautiful flowers in it. The furniture is classic, brown and there are many modern works of art (photos, a canvas with squares on it as well as several sketches of waiters at work at the one end of the room. The windows are covered with white blinds and small red curtains.

To start with we were served two rounds of pre-starters consisting of Bloody Mary cubes (almost like marmalade, but both sweet and salty at the same time), haddock on crisp bread and tar tar on a bit of cherry tomato. All very delicious. After that we received a pizza shot consisting of tomato soup & cheese. Very clever. And after the pre-starters, there were one freshly made bread roll and a slice of bread each with seaweed butter. I didn't enjoy the seaweed butter that much, but the bread was lovely.

I ordered seared tuna with brown shrimp and potato & caviar tartar for a starter, which was great. I also enjoyed my sea bass with scallops, but I was not too keen on the ragout ravioli it was served with.

Before the dessert, there was one more additional course which consisted of pineapple, red chili and whipped cream like cheese, which was also lovely. The dessert was lovely, but extremely rich. I had chocolate marquise and chocolate ice cream with slightly minty taste. It was lovely, but the portion was a slightly too big compared to for example the crème brúlée my fellow diners had.

Three course menu £37.00

Opening Hours:
Dinner start times are between 7pm to 9.30pm from Wednesday to Saturday
Sunday Lunch start times from Midday to 2.30pm

The historic Dockyard

by Jenniflower

When you visit Portsmouth, you have to visit this yard... it is crammed with antiques, charm and navy information!

It is home to the Royal Navy and is steeped in history.

Three of its best attractions are three lovely ships - the Mary Rose, HMS Victory and HMS Warrior!

Along with these ships, there are lovely naval museums (The Royal Naval Museum being one of them - which has an interactive gallery!), Action Stations (showing the technology used by the Royal Navy today), nautical shops, places to eat and art galleries.

In South Africa, we love visiting Simon's Town, which is South Africa's naval base. They have navy days and have plenty in the way of museums and attractions for the visitor. So our keeness for this type of thing has always been there, especially for my husband!

You can go on harbour tours, where you can get up close and personal with some ships... and there are proper tours on the HMS ships as well.

They have a variety of ticket prices... all-inclusive tickets, season tickets and single attraction tickets. The dockyard is clean, well ordered and a wonderful place to visit.

Allow a few hours for this visit!

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 Premier Inn Southsea

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Address: Long Curtain Road, Southsea, Portsmouth, PO4 3AA, United Kingdom