Travel Inn South Sea

Long Curtain Rd., Southsea, Portsmouth, PO4 3AA, United Kingdom
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Forum Posts

Looking a single room

by sg085

hi... I will be enter UK in the end of July, so would like to look for a single room to rent in the Portsmouth area, where i could easily take the public transportation.
Anyone have any idea how could I book a room right now and how much will be for renting a room in Portsmouth ;)

Thanks for all helps.

Re: Looking a single room

by ml71

I assume that you are looking for a room to stay for several months. If you are, then I suggest that it is best to look when you arrive rather than trying to arrange something over the internet.

The best place to look for a room in a shared house is probably the local newspaper, The News. Their website is www.thenews.co.uk although they don't have the full range of classified advertisments online. If you are coming to study, the University will have an accommodation service you can take advantage of. The Southsea area probably has the best range of accommodation, but many other areas of the city are cheaper.

There are plenty of hotels and B&Bs in Portsmouth to stay until you have found your permananent room. The Ibis is one of the most central to the city centre.

http://www.ibishotel.com/ibis/fichehotel/gb/ibi/1461/fiche_hotel.shtml

Re: Looking a single room

by doctorzogg

You might want to try the University of Portsmouth as they have often have a lot of rooms available at that time. Most are really central too, so great to get around. Try emailing them at

student.housing@port.ac.uk

Good luck...

RE: Looking a single room

by KarlNaumann

I have some houses that I rent out to University students in the summer months July and August in Portsmouth (Southsea area).

I do get students comming over from Europe who either look for work or study English at the language schools here or students at Portsmouth University who also stay for the summer.
Take a look at my web site www.karl.naumann.btinternet.co.uk it has all the details and pictures of the houses/rents/locations etc. The rent starts at £40 a week for a room sharing a house (depending how long you will be staying)

Rgds
Karl

Travel Tips for Portsmouth

See the Historical Dockyard.

by SMeeds

I was at Portsmouth Polytechnic (now Portsmouth University) for three years in the eighties. It was a good place to be a student. While there I was a member of the student drama group (Polydrama), and the teamwork between our backstage crew (of which I was a member) was amazing.

Be nice to Policemen, be nice...

by Aragina

Be nice to Policemen, be nice to traffic wardens, be nice to waiters, these people can make your life hell.
There are 3 phrases that will get you everywhere in Portsmouth. Please. Thank you. Excuse me. The british are so polite our stiff upper lips need propping up :-)

Visit the little village of...

by margaretvn

Visit the little village of Chawton and the Jane Austen House, its not too far away.
The house is a charming red-brick 17th century house, which is listed in the National Archives as a building of historic interest. It was the author's last home and she lived there from 1809 until 1817 with her mother and sister Casandra.
It was here that she revised her earlier manuscript novels - Sense and Sensibilty, Pride and Prejudice and Northanger Abbey. She then wrote Mansfield Park, Emma and Persuasion.
the rooms on show include the drawing room and the parlour where she wrote on a small round table. Upstairs is her bedroom with the patchwork quilt she made with her mother and sister. There are four other rooms - one with memorabilia of her brothers (Frank and Charles) and one with period costumes.
Tel: 01420 83262
Open Jan – Feb. Saturday and Sunday
March, Nov – Dec Wednesday and Sunday
April – October daily.
Closed 25-26 December.

Haute cuisine with an Indian twist

by annase about Vatika

Vatika is a restaurant owned by the Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar. It is pure haute cuisine with an Indian twist. There certainly are no curries on the menu. The short menu features dishes named after their two main ingredients such as 'chicken_corn' and spinach_lamb – many of which are locally sourced and delicately spiced and immaculately presented.

The restaurant is set in a plain yet extremely stylish outbuilding decorated entirely in sort colours such as cream and grey. There are three chandeliers which resemble wagon wheels and stacks of bottles from the vineyard. The windows are overlooking the vineyard.

To start with we were served freshly made bread rolls with four different tiny phials of spiced salts - almost like test tubes. There were several surprise courses such as pre-starters and something in between too. Service is meticulous, water is poured into classes gratis and they never go empty.

Vatika is a Sanskrit/Hindi language word for 'vineyard' or 'orchard'

Meet Admiral Nelson & Henry VIII

by rexvaughan

Much of the maritime history of the UK resides here in the historic dockyard of Portsmouth. It has been the home base for the royal navy for over 8 centuries and a key location in making Britain the leading naval power in the world at one time. There is much to see and do here as you can board Admiral Nelson's ship, the HMS Victory and even where he was fatally wonded. There are several good museums as well which give you a grasp of the sweep of this maritime history as well as the workings of shipbuilding and life at sea.

Ticket prices can be a bit confusing but you can buy combination tickets which include the museums, Spinnaker Tower, visiting the Victory and Henry VIII's flagship, the Mary Rose and a harbor boat tour. These are (in pounds) 16.50 for adults, 14.00 for seniors, 12 for children (5-14) or 48.00 for a family of up to 5.

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