Emsworth Accommodations

Accommodations in Emsworth

Home/Apartment
Excellent
19 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceLuxury for a couple, but also fun for small families, or groups of friends just wanting to enjoy the 'marina experience'. The boat has a luxury aft-cabin with double bed, shower and toilet. There is a saloon with access to the aft-deck and galley. The galley has a full-size fridge, kettle, cooker, sink, crockery and cutlery. Tea, coffee and milk are provided on board. The forward cabin has two full-size berths, toilet and sink and you also have full use of the aft-deck and fly-bridge, where you can relax and sunbathe in private. Guest AccessThe boat is a static mooring and will not leave the marina during your stay. You will have access to the marina facilities which include free wifi, toilets, showers and a token operated laundry. There is also a cafe in the marina which opens for breakfast at 9:00am. The boat has several 240v power sockets on board. Fully heated - perfect for a cosy winter break. Interaction with GuestsYou will be shown aboard the boat and given a short safety briefing and overview of how everything works. You will be given a key to the boat and left to come and go as you please during your stay. The NeighborhoodEmsworth is a delightful town situated on the edge of the spectacular Chichester Harbour, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Famous for sailing, shellfish and gourmet food, there is always plenty going on, including some excellent walks, cycle paths, bird watching and harbour boat trips. In addition, Emsworth town centre has an abundance of pubs, restaurants, cafes, shops and two small supermarkets - all of this is a 10 minute walk away from the boat. Getting AroundFree parking. Railway station is a 15 minute walk from the marina. Good bus routes to Chichester, Goodwood and Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. Good road links and easy access to A27. Other Things to NoteLinen and towels provided. Continental breakfast hampers can be provided at an extra cost. The marina is a working marina so please expect a certain amount of noise and boat movement during working hours. Would recommend you bring a warm jacket as it can get chilly quite quickly in the evenings and early mornings.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
33 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceNewly decorated for 2017. Set in the garden of a Georgian house reputedly built for one of Nelson's lieutenants in 1805 this beautiful old Coach house has been meticulously transformed into modern comfortable accommodation. The building pre-dates the house as a coaching stop on the Turnpike road from Chichester to Southampton . P.G. Wodehouse based a lot of his novels on Emsworth and his aunt Marion lived in the main house. In 2014 the house was completely renovated and now includes underfloor heating, oak flooring and the installation of the wetroom and kitchen, upstairs bedroom with kingsize bed and adjoining loo and basin. Photos around the Coach House show the renovation works. Downstairs is the new kitchen diner with oven, hob,refrigerator, dishwasher,microwave and washing machine. The dining area opens out through a large glazed patio door onto a patio made from the original Georgian floor tiles. There is a bistro table and two chairs for al fresco dining. There is an iron and board, kettle , toaster, Nespresso coffee machine and all that you will need to cater if needed. There is a kitchen table and 4 chairs that overlook the garden. this space opens into a spacious living room with underfloor heating, satellite TV and internet connection and Bose music dock. The living room area has a large sofa, separate chair and coffee table. The ground floor wet room has a large walk in shower underfloor heating , basin, loo and heated towel rail. Upstairs the bedroom is large with full head height and a king-size bed, en-suite toilet and basin with heated towel rail. All bed linen, white robes and towels are by the White Company. The two bedroom velux windows have electric controls and close automatically when it rains! There is a large gothic window overlooking the pretty garden making the room light and airy. The affordable art is by a local well renowned artist and is all for sale. Guest AccessThere are two parking spaces in the private drive , down the left hand side of the main house and guests have a private patio area - so no on street parking or parking charges. Check in is 4pm and check out 11.00 am and this may be flexible depending on other bookings. Depending on the time of year you are welcome to pick vegetables from the raised beds in front of the Coach House. The town of Emsworth and the sea is a 5 minute walk away and the local train station a 10 minute walk. Beautiful waterside walks/cycles etc are accessible on foot and so there is no need for the car. Local shops, places to eat and drink are in the town and a range of shops including butchers, cheese shop, cafes and a supermarket should you have forgotten something. Interaction with GuestsI hope to welcome everybody in person but if this is not possible I will arrange easy access to keys. A welcome pack of milk, coffee (ground, instant and nespresso), tea (Yorkshire and peppermint), bread, butter, jam, eggs and freshly made cake is all provided free of charge. I am always available throughout your stay by text or phone to ensure any queries are quickly dealt with. I endeavour to leave you to enjoy your stay with the knowledge that there is someone nearby if you need anything. The NeighborhoodThe house is a five minute walk to the wonderful harbour and town of Emsworth which is busy with boats and wildlife. Emsworth itself is a joy with many traditional shops. In the 19th century Emsworth was an oyster growing area and many of the buildings were built to support the industry. There are lots of tunnels running through Emsworth built by smugglers to bring contraband from the quayside. There are some fine restaurants in Emsworth and Chichester. Our favourite is Fat Olives which has a wonderful menu that changes regularly. For very special occasions 36 The Quay has Michelin star pedigree. Chichester is 7 miles away and has a wide range of restaurants and the well renowned Festival Theatre. Emsworth is near Goodwood for horse racing , the festival of speed and the Goodwood revival. We are also near the fantastic walking and cycling on the South Downs and coastline of Chichester harbour, the Billy Trail on Hayling Island and ferry to Portsmouth. Portsmouth’s historic dockyard with the Mary Rose exhibition is nearby. We can help arrange sea fishing and provide maps for the local attractions. The beautiful beaches of the Witterings are a short drive away, beautiful at all times of the year. The main problem you will encounter is not having enough time to pack it all in whilst wanting to spend time in the house! Getting AroundThe public transport is impressive. Emsworth train station is a 10 minute walk away with connections to London, Chichester, Brighton and Southampton and a direct link to Gatwick airport. There is a good bus service. Southampton Airport is 30 minutes away by road with a taxi service to Emsworth. The M27 motorway is 2 miles away. Details of local taxis, train and bus timetables are provided if needed. Other Things to NoteThere will be a detailed guide available in the house and we are always available by text if you need directions/help to find local places of interest. Information on booking local restaurants can be discussed at time of booking and local driving information if you are travelling to events at Goodwood. The Coach House is in walking distance to Emsworth, 5 minutes from the train station from Victoria or a 5 minute drive to Havant for the train to Waterloo. The cross channel ferries are 15 minutes drive away and Southampton Airport about 25 miles away. This is a perfect location for guests who come via any mode of transport including cyclists.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
66 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceBay Tree Cottage is currently an undiscovered gem, being a newly refurbished traditional Victorian end-of-terrace cottage in the attractive village of Westbourne. Original characteristics have been carefully retained, but contemporary comforts and design features have been added. In the winter guests can enjoy an open log fire, in addition to efficient central heating, and to relax in the sun there is a roof terrace overlooking adjacent gardens plus a patio area for outdoor eating and barbecues. Bay Tree Cottage has wireless internet BT infinity, TV/DVD player and DAB radio/CD player: for guests who enjoy reading there is fiction and non-fiction and interesting prints decorate the walls. A kitchen/dining area is fully equipped to include dishwasher and microwave. The bathroom provides both bath and shower. A washing machine is fitted with full laundry facilities. Upstairs are two bedrooms: one with a comfortable king-sized bed whilst the second is generously twin bedded. Children are welcome: a travel cot and high-chair, along with other nursery necessities, can be provided on request. Secure private parking is available at the back of the cottage. Westbourne is superbly placed for visits to Chichester, Goodwood, Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight, being situated between the South Downs and the Solent. (There is a place for walkers' muddy boots or sailors' wet kit in the cottage.) The village has a small number of excellent shops, a really good fish and chip shop, an Indian restaurant which supplies excellent take-aways and two pubs with dining areas; although guests will be supplied with bread, milk and wine etc. as part of the warm welcome they will receive. Emsworth and the sea are a twenty minute walk along an unmade-up-road ... perfect occupation for time out from busy life.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The Space18th century thatched cottage with many traditional features including oak beams and Sussex beehive open fireplace, as well as modern comforts such as combi boiler central heating Downstairs lounge, dining room, recently fitted kitchen (Rangemaster double oven, microwave, fridge, dishwasher), utility area (washing machine, freezer), bathroom (bath with shower, toilet, sink) and study. Upstairs 3 bedrooms, 1 double bed, 1 daybed (pulls out to double), 1 three quarter bed, bathroom (shower, toilet, sink) Enclosed large lawned garden, with small raised pond, patio, garden furniture and barbecue. Driveway with parking space. Guest AccessFull access to house and garden; garage off limits. Interaction with GuestsLocal contact details will be available for emergencies. The NeighborhoodPrinsted is a lovely, quiet historic village on the shores of Chichester harbour much loved by walkers, bird watchers and sailors. There are lots of local walks on the footpaths and along the coast to Boshum , Emsworth or Thorney Island. Southbourne village is nearby with many local amenities such as bus, train station, farm shop, Co-op, pub, church and doctors surgery. Just a short drive to Portsmouth historic dockyard (home of Nelson's Victory and Henry VIII's Mary Rose), Chichester (cathedral, Festival theatre, market town and Roman remains), West Wittering sandy beaches, Hayling Island, Goodwood for motor sports and horse racing; as well as the beautiful South Downs National Park. Getting AroundThe 700 Coastliner bus (Southsea to Brighton) passes close by. Southbourne railway station is only 20 mins walk away for day trips to London. Take the ferry from Portsmouth for a day trip to the Isle of Wight. Chichester Harbour Boat trips from Emsworth or Itchenor Other Things to NoteSmoking is not allowed in the house. Pets may be allowed by prior arrangement. A cot and high chair are available on request. Wifi available.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe Coach House is a beautiful 1 bedroom cottage in the grounds of a grade II listed house dating back to the 1760's in the heart of Westbourne near Emsworth on the West Sussex/Hampshire border. It is a perfect location for visiting the South coasts beautiful beaches such as West Wittering, exploring the South Downs, Stansted House or a day at the races at Goodwood. Hayling Island is close by with HISC only 20 minutes drive. The Coach House was awarded a 4 star rating (for Self Catering) by Enjoy England and Quality in Tourism in June 2012. We are close to local amenities including a coop supermarket, 2 pubs, a cafe, a curry house, bakery, pharmacy and an award winning fish and chip shop all within maximum 2 minutes walk away! It is luxury accommodation with a large open plan kitchenette/diner/living room, 1 first floor double bedroom with a king size bed and a ground floor modern 'wet room' shower room (no bath). The living area has 40'' LED TV with freeview and Apple TV, DVD player, stereo with IPod dock and a full size table football for pure adult entertainment with secure wireless fibreoptic broadband internet. The kitchen is small put perfectly formed with a fridge, gas hob, combination microwave oven/grill, dualit 2 piece toaster and a Nespresso coffee machine (capsules and a range of teas are included at no extra cost!) The Coach House has a private outdoor eating area with BBQ and access to the 'outdoor living room' terrace. The cottage is well away from the main house and gives full privacy, perfect for those romantic getaways. The living room has a corner sofa bed that converts into a double bed but we do not recommend more than 2 adults stay here at any one time. All linen and towels are included. This cottage is in the grounds of our home but is very private and self contained. We give a warm welcome to all our guests and can provide breakfast welcome packs at a small extra charge (including milk, bread from our local bakery, bacon, eggs etc...) Orders need to be placed a couple of days in advance - please let us know what you require. We also provide a full laundry service at a small extra cost. (no washing machine in the cottage) Emsworth train station is a mile away and there are regular buses into Chichester from the village. We are 10 minutes from the A3 and 5 minutes from the A27. Please note we have our own dog so sorry NO PETS. Animal lovers only please. Please note prices will vary at weekends when the Goodwood Festivals are on and during high season. Minimum booking is 3 days during these times. (Festival of Speed, Goodwood Revival & Glorious Goodwood) and Christmas/New Year, Easter (April) & Summer holidays (July & August) An area of our Garden Terrace with table and chairs Hammocks BBQ and outside firepit Shared entrance Parking space As much or a little as you require The cottage is very separate to the main house giving total privacy. Westbourne is a beautiful village dating back to the days of the Domesday Book in the 11th century. It is full of history and has over 60 grade II listed houses and a very old church, St John the Baptist. The churchyard boasts one of the oldest yew tree avenue in the country. Westbourne has just enough amenities meaning if you don't want to go anywhere you don't have too: including a pharmacy, supermarket open until 10pm, 3 pubs, a fish & chip shop, an indian restaurant, gift shops, 3 hair dressers, a beauty salon, doctors, village school and barbers. It is a vibrant community with lots going on including yoga, pilates and Zumba classes. We love living here and all of our guests love the fact everything is no more than a 2 minute walk. The sea is a 20 minute stroll (Emsworth Harbour) and this is a small bustling town with banks and shops and even a Michelin starred restaurant, 36 on the Quay. Chichester and Portsmouth are a 15 minute drive away as is West Wittering beach. Westbourne has a local bus service and is close to Emsworth & Southbourne train stations (15 minutes walk or £2.50 in a taxi if its raining or you have heavy bags) We can arrange these for you. Havant station is close by (10 minutes in a taxi) The quick, most direct trains from London pass through here (1 hour 15 minutes from Waterloo) Taxis are available outside this station. Guest AccessOur guests are welcome to use the terrace table and chairs and hang out in the hammocks. A BBQ and fire pit are available for use in this area. Interaction with GuestsWe live here so are around as much or as little as you need. Anything extra you require (Bedding, kitchen utensils, DVDs etc..) please just ask. Happy to accommodate. The NeighborhoodWestbourne is a beautiful village dating back to the days of the Domesday book in the 11th century. It is full of history and has over 60 grade II listed houses and a very old church, St John the Baptist. The churchyard boasts one of the oldest yew tree avenues in the country. Westbourne has just enough amenities meaning if you don't want to go anywhere you don't have too: including a pharmacy, supermarket open until 10pm, 3 pubs, a fish & chip shop, an indian restaurant, gift shops, 3 hair dressers, a beauty salon, doctors, village school and barbers. It is a vibrant community with lots going on including yoga, pilates and Zumba classes. We love living here and all of our guests love the fact everything is no more than a 2 minute walk. The sea is a 20 minute stroll (Emsworth Harbour) and this is a small bustling town with banks and shops and even a Michelin starred restaurant, 36 on the Quay. Chichester and Portsmouth are a 15 minute drive away as is West Wittering beach. Getting AroundEmsworth station is 1 mile (15 minutes walk or 5 minute drive (Trains from Brighton, London Victoria) Havant station is 15 minute drive (fast train from Waterloo) Taxis are available and cost £10 to Westbourne Other Things to NoteWe have 2 dogs so animal lovers only!
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis is a bungalow with a large garden in the back and front garden. It is only a few steps to the shore -- when the tide is high, my children jump right into the sea. It's very shallow and sea-weedy for swimming (though my kids don't care), but it's a popular Windsurfing area. Stormy winds? The windsurfers turn up and park at the end of the road. It's shorter to walk into town via the main road, by why do that when you can walk via the sea? The sunny garden is great for croquet. Bring bikes - the roads are brilliant for cycling - and you've got the Downs within reach for amazing walks. We also love Portsmouth which is a 15 minute drive or a quick trainride from Emsworth. Guest AccessThe pin code to a key safe will be posted to you for access to keys. Interaction with GuestsYou won't see us - we live in London! But there's wi-fi so we are easily contactable via internet or by a phone call. Our caretaker lives not far away for any emergencies and we will provide you with all contact details you need. The NeighborhoodIt is a lovely 15 minute walk via the shore path and across a dramatic promenade over the Mill Pond into Emsworth village. Our part of the harbour water is tidal to the extreme and a tide table is advisable to plan walks (ocean-side at high tide, and bird-rich mudflats at low tide). Our guests are always suggesting great places to eat. We've recently enjoyed breakfasts at The Deck Cafe, which is about a 15 to 20 minute amble via the path behind the Lord Raglan pub in town which crosses the Slipper Pond. It's also a great place to start a coastal walk on Thorney Island. The Driftwood Cafe on the High Street in the village is another brilliant breakfast place. There are a number of restaurants in the village, from the high end Fat Olive and 36 on the Quay to steak sandwiches at the Emsworth Delicatessen. If you're self-catering, there are a number of massive supermarkets within driving distance (in Havant, Portsmouth and Chichester) but the village's Tesco Express and Co-op are well stocked. Further abroad: on foot one can follow the public paths and cross Thorney Island to Chidham, aiming for a relaxing beer and meal at the Old House At Home, with its lovely garden. Hayling Island is a typical English seaside spot - but if you have toddlers and small children, it has the most satisfying little funfair for children that age. It's also got a secret sandy beach - you have to walk through the Hayling Island Sailing Club to access it (we've accessed it by sailboat!), but as far as I know, it's open to the public. If you'd like to walk on the Downs, there are some great routes in Kingley Vale, just a 20 minute drive away. The attractions of Portsmouth, Chichester and Arundel are easily accessible by train or car. Getting AroundThere are buses that potter along to Portsmouth or Chichester but they tend to be infrequent. The train from Emsworth is a great way to visit both Chichester and Portsmouth - both stations are located near key sites you might want to visit. For taxis, we tend to use Andicars (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA short walk from Emsworth town centre, it is located on the shoreline of Chichester and Langstone Harbours. This two bedroom Deckhouse is a novel yet practical design dating from the 1960's and is part of a unique development of deckhouses that were originally built as yachtsmen's weekend and holiday houses and are now often lovingly referred to as "the houses on stilts" 10, Osprey Quay provides an original base for holidays, being are set in a tranquil parkland setting that contains two natural ponds. The Sussex Border Path passes beside as it follows the contours of Chichester Harbour and Thorney Island. The accommodation is light and airy with floor to ceiling windows in the living room and master bedroom, which both open onto a south west facing balcony with stunning views over the harbour and of Emsworth. Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire property making it ideal for a short or a long term break. The master bedroom has a double bed, the second bedroom has 2 sets of bunk beds (The second set of bunk beds is slightly shorter than standard at 164cm long, as opposed to 194cm). Both bedrooms share a bathroom with walk in electric shower. The living room also has a comfortable sofa bed Wifi is available Interaction with GuestsVery little - I leave keys available via a key safe so that you have access from the minute you arrive. I am on hand to answer any questions you may have via mobile I live close by and so can pop over if needed am always available on the end of the phone The NeighborhoodThe deckhouse forms part of the Emsworth Yacht Harbour - a tranquil destination Getting AroundEmsworth is a short walk away and has a train station. Havant is approximately 10 minutes away by car and has a fast line up to London Other Things to NoteWifi is available - access codes are held within the property
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2br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceThe lounge area, has a sofa bed, which can accommodate an extra two people if needed. There is also a wonderful large open fire. Dining room table. The Galley kitchen leads on from this and is decorated in a cottage style. The large bathroom is at the back of the kitchen and has a bath with hand held shower. On the second floor is the main bedroom with double bed the bedroom has a wonderful outlook of the stream and fields. You can hear the stream at night. The second bedroom has bunk beds and has room for an additional camp bed if needed. The cottage does not have a tv, but there is an aerial should you want to bring one with you. Guest AccessYou will have access to the whole cottage along with a large rear garden which has space for bbq and table and chairs. The garden has a shared access. Interaction with GuestsShould you want the fridge to be full on arrival, send me your shopping list and I will do the shopping for you. In addition to this if you would like a 'gourmet meal on wheels' service, please ask and I can send you a menu. I live locally to the cottage so am very hands on, should you need me. The Neighborhood It's all here to enjoy – in Emsworth Tucked away in the south east corner of Hampshire on the shore of Chichester Harbour, Emsworth is a quiet and attractive yet vibrant and dynamic town where residents wouldn't live anywhere else and visitors can be sure of a friendly welcome. Emsworth is popular with sailors, artists, naturalists and walkers. The two tidal millponds to east and west are host to a variety of wildlife. Emsworth has a long history connected with oyster fishing and boat building and still boasts traditional shipwrights and chandleries. Its attractive streets are lined with a mixture of architectural styles and high walled gardens and a walk around the town gives a genuine feel for the past, with exceptional harbour views. (thanks to (URL HIDDEN) for this perfect description) Getting AroundEmsworth train station is a 7 minute walk from the cottage and has links to London which takes app 1h 40, to Brighton and 40 minutes. If you are wanting to attend any events at Goodwood, there are trains directly to Chichester and bus links to Goodwood, which are very efficient. Alternatively taxis costs are approximately £12 -£20 each way.
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Excellent
13 reviews
2br house
    Bay Tree Cottage is located in the attractive village of Westbourne which nestles between the sea and the South Downs National Park, yet within close reach of the City of Chichester, Goodwood Racecourse and Portsmouth with its historic dockyard. This traditional Victorian end-of-terrace cottage has been refurbished to a high standard and furnished to make it extremely comfortable yet also interesting. Care has been taken with choosing art works and colours appropriate for a cottage in the country yet near the sea. We welcome walkers, sailors and families with children or those who simply want a break from work and urban life. (The cottage has space for muddy boots and sailors' wet kit.) In the winter guests can enjoy and open fire in addition to efficient central heating and to relax in the sun there is a roof terrace overlooking adjacent gardens plus a patio area for outdoor eating and barbecues. (Secure parking is also provided for our guests' car.) Westbourne is a vibrant village with a small number of excellent shops, an award-winning fish and chip shop, an Indian restaurant which supplies good take-aways and two pubs with popular dining rooms. We are determined to make our guests as content as possible when staying in Bay Tree Cottage which is very fully equipped: cleaning, bed-linen and towels are provided at no extra charge. Bay Tree Cottage provides an cosy, beautifully designed haven for those in search of a well deserved rest or a base from which to explore the wealth of sight-seeing opportunities in this area of Hampshire and West Sussex, yet not a great distance from London.
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    2br boathouse
      Ariane is a luxury motor yacht moored in Emsworth Yacht Harbour. She has a luxury en-suite double aft-cabin, spacious saloon, fully equipped galley and dining area and a twin forward-cabin with toilet. She also boasts her own private aft-deck with views across the marina - the perfect spot to indulge in the nautical tradition of sun-downers! Ariane offers a romantic ambiance for couples, or a relaxing haven for groups of 4. Staying on board Ariane is the ultimate marina experience! See for yourself what it's like to own your own a motor yacht. Life slows down on the water. Suddenly you are transported to a world of relaxation and rest while you gently float on your mooring, safe in the knowledge that you are free from tides, currents and the world outside. Should you wish to step ashore, Ariane is within walking distance of historical Emsworth, a delightful and vibrant town situated on the shore of Chichester Harbour. Emsworth is full of restaurants, cafes, pubs and shops and also frequent rail and bus links, together with easy access to the A27. Ariane is a great place to stay if you are visiting the Historic Dockyard in Portsmouth, attending events at Goodwood, visiting Chichester or simply exploring the delights of Emsworth. Emsworth has a vibrant history of ship building, boat building,rope making and fishing. Today Emsworth's delightful town centre can boast 9 pubs, 5 restaurants, 5 cafes, 2 butchers, a fishmonger, a green-grocer, specialist shops, 2 sailing clubs, an 18th Century museum and walks along the millpond. En-suite double cabin, twin forward-cabin, linen and towels, complimentary tea, coffee and milk, fully equipped galley and dining area, private aft-deck with seating, fly-bridge with seating, free parking, free wifi, access to marina showers, toilets and laundry room. Ariane is fully heated so you remain warm and cosy on board during autumn and winter.
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        'Harbourways' is a unique, modern, architect designed luxury high spec home. Bright, spacious, cozy and comfortable, this space has proven to provide an environment to suit all needs. Latest review: Our large family stayed at the property for a long weekend for my husbands 40th birthday and what a fabulous place to celebrate. The house was perfect, plenty of space for our family without feeling like we were on top of each other and well equipped, especially the kitchen. The garden was great size and enclosed, which was really good for our dog, plus it was lovely to make use of the hot tub, what a relaxing way to spend an afternoon! To top it all off, we were close enough to walk to the local pubs and beach :) Martine is amazing and can't do enough to help, I would definitely recommend'. Set in the heart of the sought after village of Emsworth and adjacent to the beautiful Mill Pond it also boasts excellent transport networks: bus and trains 2 and 6 minutes walk respectively. 2 minutes walk to the shore and an exceptionally well equipped fishing village containing: restaurants (from good value eateries, kebab,pizza, Italian, Indian, Chinese, fish and chip shop, through to Michelin Star), cafes, 8 pubs, butchers, banks, hairdressers, charity shops, gift shops, delicatessen, large Co-op with post office, Tesco, cobblers, chemists, great antique shops, book shops, dry cleaners, ironmonger, museum, bicycle shop, doctor's surgery, sailing clubs, garages, petrol station and more.48 ft long lounge opens via V-fold doors onto a large south facing garden with large private Jacuzzi and lawn.Spacious bespoke Ash and quartz kitchen open out to the garden via 15ft oak French doors. American style fridge freezer with drink/ ice maker, all mod cons including built-in convection, microwave, steam ovens lots of spare cooking utensils, cutlery, glasses, and tableware. Additional items include ice cream maker, slow cooker, toaster, fondue, chocolate fondue, popcorn machine and food warmers. Fresh ground coffee always available. Separate quartz breakfast bar with new black leather bar stools is a great addition. One of the beauties of this house is the flexible sleeping accommodation comprising 4 large bedrooms. Upstairs you will find a 30ft long family bedroom, a 20ft triple children's room and the 3rd bedroom with Queen Size or Zip and link bed all with new carpets. Downstairs there is a double bedroom with walk-in closet and easy access to an en-suite bathroom. Bedroom 1 - Family room, Super king, sleeps 2,Sofa bed, sleeps 2 Travel cot (not included in head count) Bedroom 2, Super king, sleeps 2, or 2 large singles, Travel cot can also be accommodated (not included in head count) Bedroom 3,Single, sleeps 1,Bunk bed, sleeps 2,Travel cot can also be accommodated (not included in head count) Bedroom 4, Double, sleeps 2 - access to en-suite Double and king size sofa beds in dining and lounge area (not included in head count). The open plan nature of the house and excellent access throughout the entire ground floor creates a great family space where generations can sit, talk and relax together whilst also providing great space for accessibility or children.New Oak floors and carpets throughout. Music area containing piano and more. 50" HD, Full TV package.Newly installed Gas central heating throughout, powerful Bosch Boiler to ensure constant hot water! Plenty of new spare duvets and blankets. New double glazing throughout. Bathrooms can also be en-suite. Safe garden, peaceful location. Extremely popular for dog walking with the foreshore at the bottom of the road! Great area for running and cycling.NEW TRAMPOLINE PARK - FLIP OUT.We are keen to make the house accessible, please let us know if you have additional requirements. Ramps and other assistance available. A complete guide to the house provided including the hot tub, please feel free to contact the owner for further information prior to booking. MIN 3 NIGHT BOOKING AT WEEKENDS. Terms and Conditions - A non-refundable deposit of 30% is required at the time of booking. The balance is payable 3 weeks prior to first day of commencement of stay.Security deposit 300/week is payable 2 weeks (up to 4 weeks) before commencement of stay. This is refundable no later than 14 days after the end of stay.The rental period commences at 4pm on the first day and finishes at 10am on the day of departure.Change over day is generally Friday but is flexible where possible.Late check outs can sometimes be arranged - graduated fees. Attractions and places to visit; Travel and visitor information.The town of Emsworth lies on the border of Hampshire and Sussex. It is situated on Chichester harbour and was, in its early history, an important port for the area. Up to the nineteenth century, it was famous for its oyster fishing fleet. The older part of the town around the square and the harbour has some lovely old houses and still retains the atmosphere of the past. Warblington (1km) is believed to have been founded by the Saxons in the fifth or sixth century but all that now remains of the village is the parish church and the castle ruins. The tower of the church has two Saxon archways, the nave is the thirteenth century and the wooden porch, fourteenth century. All that remains of Warblington Castle is a single turret and part of the gateway. This can only be viewed from a distance as it is now unsafe. It was a fortified manor house built between 1513 and 1526 and was dismantled by the parliamentary forces during the Civil War. Attractions and Places to Visit Bird-watching by boat - Langstone Harbour Browndown, near Gosport - An extraordinary landscape of shingle, like Dungeness in Kent Charles Dicken's Birthplace Cumberland Fort - The last bastioned fort to be built in England Eastney Pumping Station Farlington Marshes - One of England's premier bird-watching areas Fort Brockhurst, Gosport George Gales Brewery - Tours around the Brewery Gosport Discovery Centre HMS Warrior 1860 Jane Austen's Portsmouth; Mansfield Park - The city is the only place in Hampshire that is specifically mentioned in any of Jane's novels. Mary Rose Portsdown Hill - Spectacular viewpoint across the harbour. Port Solent - Portsmouth's outstanding marina and quayside development Portsmouth Cathedral. Portsmouth City Museum and Records Office Portsmouth Naval Dockyard Southsea Castle Spitbank Fort - The only sea fort open to the public... Staunton Country Park The Art House - This Fine Art Gallery specialises in original contemporary work. The Cumberland House Museum - Meet a life-sized iguanodon and walk among the butterflies in Southsea! The D-Day Museum - The Longest Day; more vividly recalled. The Royal Naval Museum. The Solent Way - Emsworth to Milford-on-Sea (60 miles). The Spring, Havant The Staunton Way - Langstone Harbour to Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Petersfield (12 miles) The Wayfarer's Walk - Emsworth to Inkpen Beacon (70 miles) The Victory Westbury Manor Museum, Fareham FRIENDS OF EMSWORTH WILDLIFE (web site dedicated to the observation, recording and protection of the wildlife of the Emsworth area). Cinema, Theatre and Art Centres: South East Hampshire (Cosham; Fareham; Havant; Hayling Island ; Portsmouth) Cosham (Cosham - UCI Cinema, Port Way, Port Solent) Fareham (Ashcroft Arts Centre, Osborn Road, Fareham Ferneham Hall, Osborn Road, Fareham (Theatre) Havant (The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, East Street, Havant) Hayling Island (Station Theatre, Hayling Island) Portsmouth (Kings Theatre,New Theatre Royal,St Peters Theatre, Southsea)Aspex, Portsmouth - UCI Portsmouth Guildhall, Guildhall Square, Portsmouth No. 6 Cinema, Action Stations, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Portsmouth Vue, Gun Wharf Quay Local Tourist Information: Hayling Island Tourist Information Centre, Beechlands, Southfront, Hayling Island PO11 0AG. Local Information. Emsworth Library.23 High Street, Emsworth PO10 7AWAccess by Public Transport.Public Bus Service operate to Emsworth from Chichester, Portsmouth and Petersfield.
        cottage
        1br cottage
          The Coach House is a 1 bedroom cottage in the grounds of a grade II listed house dating back to the 1760's in Westbourne near Emsworth, a beautiful coastal town. It has recently been awarded a 4 star rating by Visit England and perfect for a romantic getaway. We are suitable for the business traveller too and can offer longer term lettings, Monday to Friday with full laundry & cleaning service. It is luxury accommodation with a large open plan kitchen/diner/living room with corner double sofabed, 1 first floor double bedroom with a king size bed and a ground floor modern 'wet room' shower room (no bath). The living area has 40'' LED TV internet enabled with Apple TV and freeview, DVD player, a selections of DVDs, a stereo with IPod dock and a full size table football for pure adult entertainment. We provide secure fibre optic wireless internet which is specific to The Coach House. The kitchen is small put perfectly formed with a fridge, gas hob, combination microwave oven/grill, dualit 2 piece toaster and a Nespresso coffee machine. A selection of teas, coffee capsules and basic condiments are provided free of charge. We provide all linen (bedding & 4 pillows, 3 towels per person, dressing gowns, slippers and flip flops) We can provide a full laundry service at a small extra cost. The living room has a futon sofa that converts into a double bed but we do not recommend more than 2 adults stay here at any one time. Breakfast packs can be provided at a small extra cost (From £5) and our laundry service is £5 per load. Extra adults are £10 per night but we do not recommend more than 2 adults staying at any one time. Children under 12 are free however we do not encourage children. Please note cottage prices will vary at weekends when the Goodwood Festivals are on and during high season (Festival of Speed June 26th - 29th), Goodwood Revival September 12th - 14th) and Christmas/New Year, Easter & Summer Holidays (July & August) We accept cash, cheques, BACS payments and all major credit cards (not AMEX) A security deposit of £150 is required at time of booking. Westbourne A rural village in West Sussex within minutes from the South Downs, West Wittering beach seeped in history and beauty. Brief history It is believed that the name Westbourne is derived from the fact that the River Ems, which in times gone by would have generally been referred to as Bourne, indicating a brook, marked the western boundary of Sussex, hence attracting to itself the name West Bourne and so passing it on to the village through which it flows'. Formerly Westbourne was renowned as a market town centred around the Square. It was famous for sheep, cattle and pony trading and reached the height of its prosperity in the late 1600's, during the reign of Charles II. Although today there are far fewer shops than there were a hundred years ago, Westbourne still retains a vibrant commercial centre, boasting a selection of village shops, garages and pubs as well as the local school and the churches. Indeed the parish church, St John the Baptist with its 18th century spire visible from all approaches, plays an integral part in village life. The story of the village has been written and illustrated in a wonderful publication: "The Westbourne Story" and a copy is available in The Coach House This beautiful village has an intriguing and eventful history dating back some 1,000 years to the Norman Conquest. This story comes from the villagers who have lived here. Drawing on fascinating past and present reminiscence from local residents, authors Lucinda Roch and Matthew Toms combine factual narrative with anecdote to convey the intriguing story of Westbourne. A story of heroes, eccentrics, miscreants, murderers, admirals, ministers, millers and publicans. This colourful look at the village contains over 800 new and old photographs, paintings and drawings in its 192 pages. The Westbourne Story vividly depicts every aspect of village life and the community, from the beautiful listed houses and the characters who lived in them through to the churches, mills, schools, pubs and clubs. All revenue from book sales is being used to support deserving Westbourne causes. Enjoy the story. Incorporating 66 listed buildings, it is not surprising that part of Westbourne's charm lies in the diversity of its houses, ranging from timber-framed thatched cottages to Georgian mansions and Victorian terraces. Although its written history can be traced back to Domesday, a fire destroyed a large chunk of the village, resulting in the oldest surviving properties dating back to no earlier than the 16th century. Many shops have since been converted into residential properties but still display original features to indicate their past. Close to Portsmouth & Chichester, the parish of Westbourne has always attracted naval personnel. It is also home to many who work for local businesses and the village school continues to entice younger families into the neighbourhood. Residents appreciate Westbourne's rural charm, its sense of community and its thriving social life which, with the likes of Westbourne week, the charity Open Gardens (The Coach House's gardens are involved) and the Church fete, becomes particularly active in summer. The Coach House is a 1 bedroom cottage in the grounds of a grade II listed house dating back to the 1760's in Westbourne near Emsworth, a beautiful coastal town. It has recently been awarded a 4 star rating by Visit England and perfect for a romantic getaway. Westbourne is on the Hampshire West Sussex border close to Chichester, Portsmouth and the South Downs.
          house
          Excellent
          24 reviews
          2br house
            Located on the shoreline of Chichester and Langstone Harbours, a short walk from Emsworth, this two bedroom Deckhouse is a novel yet practical design dating from the 1960's. It is part of a unique development of deckhouses that were originally built as yachtsmen's weekend and holiday houses. The deckhouses are set in a tranquil parkland setting that contains two natural ponds. The Sussex Border Path passes beside as it follows the contours of Chichester Harbour and Thorney Island. The accommodation is light and airy with floor to ceiling windows in the living room and master bedroom, which both open onto a south west facing balcony with glimpses of Chichester Harbour. The master bedroom has a double bed, the second bedroom has bunk beds with a further 'trundle' bed being which pulls out from under the bottom bunk. Both bedrooms share a bathroom with electric shower above the bath. The living room has a comfortable sofa bed. The property is available from 4pm on the day of arrival and should be vacated by 10am on the day of departure. Emsworth is on the West Sussex and Hampshire border, and is midway between the cathedral city of Chichester and historic Portsmouth with its naval dockyard home to HMS Victory. It is a popular town with sailors, walkers and naturalists.The town has a long history with oyster fishing and boat building and still boasts traditional shipwrights and chandeliers. The attractive streets are lined with a range of architectural styles and a walk around the town gives a real feel for its history along with offering superb harbour views.The Sussex border path affords a beautiful outlook across the Chichester Harbour area. To the west Chichester Harbour merges with Langstone Harbour and the walk around the coastline towards the pretty village of Langstone is particularly picturesque. Heading south from the property, Thorney Island projects out into this natural harbour and taking the coastal path around the island will afford some wonderful views. Chichester Festival Theatre - 20 mins Fishbourne Roman Palace - 10 mins West Wittering Beach - 30 mins Hayling Island - 20 mins Goodwood Racecourse & Motor Circuit - 30 mins - home of the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the Goodwood Revival, Glorious Goodwood and many more events throughout the year Fat Olives - (website: hidden) 36 On The Quay - (website: hidden)
            cottage
            Excellent
            18 reviews
            1br cottage
              Attractive detached one bedroom Grade 2 Listed Coach House, in the heart of Westbourne village. Less than 5 minutes walk to local shops and pubs. Close to attractive sailing centre of Emsworth, which boasts a variety of excellent restaurants. Chichester, Portsmouth, Hayling Island, the South Downs and Goodwood are all within easy reach, which makes this location ideal for sailors, hikers, golfers, cyclists, car racing and horse racing enthusiasts. The first floor accommodation comprises double bedroom (king sized bed) with en suite shower room. Large living room with dining area, study desk with secure ethernet and wifi access. Stunning arched picture window, 40" TV, DVD and Ipod Stereo system. Ground floor fully equipped kitchen. (fridge/freezer, electric oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, kettle, electric mixer, Nespresso coffee machine, washing machine). A complimentary selection of teas, coffees, sugar, etc is provided. Breakfast table. Outdoor dining area, parasol and barbecue. Private parking. Additional Fees will be charged for: 2 night stay £20 Parking for Boat/2nd car £20 per week or part thereof Additional linen change and/or additional cleaning £20 per change For our guests arriving from abroad, (we have many from New Zealand, Australia and the USA), I am happy to organise a taxi to collect you from the airport. This service would be payable directly to the taxi driver. CHICHESTER: Approximately 7 miles from The Coachman's Cottage lies the historical city of Chichester, one of the well preserved Georgian cities in the UK. The city's broad streets, many of which are now pedestrianised, are packed with historical listed buildings. The most prominent of these being Chichester Cathedral, home to a family of peregrine falcons who return every spring to nest in the turrets of the cathedral. Chichester Festival Theatre lies to the north of the city and is well renowned for the quality of its productions. Chichester Harbour boasts a number of prestigious sailing clubs of Chichester, Bosham and Itchenor. GOODWOOD: Goodwood House, Goodwood Race Course, Goodwood Golf Course and Goodwood Motor racing circuit are all within 20 minutes drive from the village of Westbourne. Goodwood is internationally renowned for events such as the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the Goodwood Revival, and Glorious Goodwood (horse racing). The South Downs National Park, ideal for walking or cycling is within easy reach of Chichester and Westbourne.
              house
              Good
              17 reviews
              2br house
                10 Osprey Quay is a most attractive and unusual holiday home set in a much sought - after location. A short walk from Emsworth town centre, it is located on the shoreline of Chichester and Langstone Harbours. This two bedroom Deckhouse is a novel yet practical design dating from the 1960's and is part of a unique development of deckhouses that were originally built as yachtsmen's weekend and holiday houses and are now often lovingly referred to as "the houses on stilts" 10, Osprey Quay provides an original base for holidays, being are set in a tranquil parkland setting that contains two natural ponds. The Sussex Border Path passes beside as it follows the contours of Chichester Harbour and Thorney Island. The accommodation is light and airy with floor to ceiling windows in the living room and master bedroom, which both open onto a south west facing balcony with stunning views over the harbour and of Emsworth. The master bedroom has a double bed, the second bedroom has 2 sets of bunk beds (The second set of bunk beds is slightly shorter than standard at 164cm long, as opposed to 194cm). Both bedrooms share a bathroom with walk in electric shower. The living room also has a comfortable sofa bed Wifi is available Situated at the top of Chichester Harbour, Emsworth is a stunningly beautiful market town popular with sailors, walkers, artists and tourists. To the west Chichester Harbour merges with Langstone Harbour and the walk around the coastline towards the pretty village of Langstone is particularly picturesque. Heading south from the property, Thorney Island projects out into this natural harbour and taking the coastal path around the island will afford some wonderful views. Emsworth has two tidal mill ponds, one of which abuts Bath Road, which are host to a variety of wild life. It is full of history, with a long established reputation for oyster fishing and boat building and still boasts traditional shipwrights and chandeliers. The sailing club is a thriving centre for sailing enthusiasts and the pretty streets have a fascinating mixture of different architectural styles. A gentle walk around the village, which has superb harbour views, gives a genuine feel for the past. There are excellent road links to Portsmouth and Chichester (15 minute drive to both approximately) and there is also a mainline station to London. There is an interesting selection of shops & restaurants in the town itself and there are numerous places of interest to visit in the area. These include Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth, one of the largest vantage points in Europe, the internationally rernowned Chichester Festival Theatre at Chichester, polo at Cowdray near Midhurst and horse racing and motor sports at Goodwood. There are also annual festivals at Chichester, Brighton and Arundel. In addition to the sailing at Emsworth there is also a super sandy beach at West Wittering which attracts wind surfers and surfers, as well as sun bathers. Chichester Festival Theatre - 20 mins Fishbourne Roman Palace - 10 mins West Wittering Beach - 30 mins Hayling Island - 20 mins Goodwood Racecourse & Motor Circuit - 30 mins - home of the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the Goodwood Revival, Glorious Goodwood and many more events throughout the year 2 Bedroom holiday home in Emsworth with a balcony & stunning views over the harbour
                house
                Excellent
                2 reviews
                1br house
                  Set in the garden of a Georgian house reputedly built for one of Nelson's lieutenants in 1805 this beautiful old Coach house has been meticulously transformed into modern comfortable accommodation. P.G. Wodehouse based a lot of his novels on Emsworth and his aunt Marion lived in the main house. He loved the peace and quiet of Emsworth and wrote many of his books here. In the last year the house has been completely renovated and has included underfloor heating and the installation of the wetroom and kitchen. Downstairs is the new kitchen diner with oven, hob,refrigerator, dishwasher and washing machine. The dining area opens out onto a patio for sunny days. There is an iron with board, kettle , toaster and all that you will need to cook. The living room is spacious and comfortable with satellite television and free wi-fi. The wet room has a large walk in shower for long hot showers , basin and loo. Upstairs the bedroom is large with king-size bed, en-suite toilet and basin. All bed linen and towels are by the White Company. The two velux windows have electric controls and close automatically when it rains! There is a large gothic window overlooking the pretty garden. The Coach House is suitable for weekends, weekly lets and the business traveller for Mon-Friday longer term lest with cleaning and linen. Local attractions such as Goodwood, Festival of Speed and Revival weekends attract minimum 3 night stays. There are many reasons to come to Emsworth. We have fantastic walking in the SouthDowns National Park. You can walk to the beach and coastal walks form the house and we can supply maps to help you find the best spots. There is a lot of on and off road cycling nearby and an excellent cycle shop in the village if anything breaks! Chichester Harbour is famous for its sailing and kite surfing and there are many fishing trips to be taken if you like sea fishing Chichester theatre has a world wide reputation for its productions and worth a visit . Portsmouth is home to the Victory and other historic ships. The recently opened Mary Rose Exhibition has a wonderful display of the remains of the Tudor ship and its contents. If you like eating Emsworth has 2 award winning restaurants , Fat Olives and 36 The Quay. However there are also some excellent pubs with locally sourced pub food and good beer. The Coach House has everything you need for a relaxing, restorative stay within easy reach of London, airports at Southampton, port at Portsmouth, mainline station, cycling routes from the South Downs and close to Goodwood and of course 5 minutes walk to the sea. We are 5 minutes walk from the sea, town, station, restaurants, Chichester harbour walks, cycling and more.
                  apt. / condo
                  Excellent
                  16 reviews
                  1br apt. / condo
                    A 1 Bedroom Annexe situated in North Emsworth and close to the West Sussex border. A great location for walkers, cyclists and horse riders with the South Downs on our doorstep For horse or car racing enthusiasts Goodwood is a mere 15 minutes drive away The coastal town of Emsworth with its many pubs and restaurants (including main line rail links) is a 20 minute walk and the quaint village of Westbourne less than a 10 minute walk. Portsmouth and Chichester only 20 minutes by car or train I Bedroom Annexe Bathroom Kitchen/Lounge/Diner Goodwood, Chichester, Portsmouth walking, cycling, horse riding, pubs
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                    1br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceUnique coastal location in a quality Marina setting. Our yurts are a stones throw away from the sea with a wealth of activities to enjoy. Surrounded by nature you are immersed in one of England's hidden gems. Our yurts offer all the comfort you would expect from a luxury glamping experience. Breakfast is not included however the deck cafe is just a few minutes walk from the yurt and provide superb breakfasts ... Or you can use the facilities in the yurt which include small oven/grill and hob, teppanyaki grill. Tea/fresh coffee, sugar and milk is supplied. Please also note we do provide all bedding but not towels/toiletries. A travel cot with mattress is available on request (bedding NOT Provided). Guest AccessThis yurt comprises of a king size four poster bed, 1 double sofa-bed and two single pull out beds (all bedding provided) Kitchen facilities including small cooker and fridge. Inside and outside dining area. 1 minute walk to toilets and shower rooms. Token operated laundry services. Free parking and wifi. Award winning deck cafe open daily from 9am. Chichester Harbour tours available from the Marina. 15 minute walk to Emsworth town centre. Interaction with GuestsWe live on the Marina so after meeting and greeting our guests we will be close by to offer any assistance, advice and information. The NeighborhoodWe are passionate about this area, the working Marina offers a real sense of community in a welcoming environment. Just a short walk away is the historic fishing town of Emsworth with a wide array of restaurants, pubs and cafes. The yurts overlook Chichester harbour, Hayling and Thorney Island. We are nestled in the foothills of the South Downs National Park in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Numerous coastal and cycle paths are available. We are a short drive from the Cities of Portsmouth and Chichester and the nearby villages of Bosham, the Witterings and Goodwood have plenty to offer. Getting AroundEmsworth has a main line train station to Portsmouth, Chichester, London Waterloo, London Victoria and Gatwick. Local bus and taxis are readily available. Ferry and hovercraft services to the Isle of Wight operate from Portsmouth and Southsea. The A3 and M27 are approximately a ten minute drive from Emsworth. Other Things to NoteThe yurt peninsula is surrounded by deep water with sloping banks, children must be supervised at all times.
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                    Bedroom
                    • Wifi
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceThe room is light and airy and has a double bed and wardrobe. The bathroom in the next door room is for your sole use and has a thermostatic shower. There is offroad parking for one car. The house has a total of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a downstairs toilet. I live in the house alone, so there is plenty of space. Guest AccessYou can have full use of the kitchen for preparing meals. There is a gas hob and oven, kettle, toaster and fridge. (There is no microwave.) You are free to use the living room and there is a small garden too. If you have a bicycle it can be kept in the garage. Interaction with GuestsI am very happy to help with any questions and also give advice on what to see and do in the local area. I enjoy walking and if you would like to any tips on some beautiful walks by the sea or in the hills, just let me know. The NeighborhoodThere is beautiful countryside a little inland in the South Downs or by the sea. It takes 15 mintues to walk to the sea. There is a Tesco Express within 150 meters and pubs / restaurants within a short drive. Chichester is 15 minutes away by car or train and Portsmouth about 20 minutes by car or train. The village of Emsworth with its wide range of shops, pubs and cafes is a 5 minute drive away. Getting AroundThe train station at Southbourne is less than five minutes walk and has trains to Brigthon, Gatwick, Southampton and London Victoria. Goodwood is 10 miles by car. Chichester is 15 minutes drive. Other Things to NotePara tres personas, se necesita hacer una reserva para 2 personas en ésta habitación y otra reserva para una persona en la habatación individual al lado: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/9704545
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                    Bedroom
                    • Wifi
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceThe room is light and airy with a high vaulted ceiling. The bed is huge and very comfortable. You have your own front door, garden area and off road parking. It's nice to feel you have your privacy and independence from the house but also to know that we are a friendly family and happy to help should you need us. Within the price we provide cereals, fruit, milk etc so although we don't offer a cooked breakfast you won't starve. There is a toaster, microwave and full size fridge so lots of facilities should you need them. Guest AccessYou will have access to your own parking space and garden area which is next to Little Lodge. Interaction with GuestsWe will be present during your stay and we will be guided by you as to how much interaction you would like to have with us. Due to the fact that Little Lodge is self contained we like to respect the privacy of our guests. You can be assured of a warm welcome. The NeighborhoodThere is so much to do and see here. It's very popular with anyone into water sports, cycling and walking. It's a very good place for artists and birdwatchers. We are within a mile of Chichester Harbour Conservancy and all its beauty. The Historical Chichester Cathedral and Chichester Festival Theatre are within 15 minutes drive. Brighton and London are accessible to by train. Getting AroundThe train station is less than 10 minutes walk and there is a comprehensive bus route. The bus stop is a 10 minute walk. You can easily jump on a train to Portsmouth and get across to The Isle of Wight in well under an hour. Other Things to NoteWe are happy to offer a continental breakfast or any special occasion packages. Please just ask us and we will do all we can to assist. We will work out the cost and advise you accordingly. We would need payment up front for any special occasion packages to avoid us being out of pocket if you were to cancel for any reason.
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                    Bedroom
                    • Wifi
                    • Breakfast
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceWe have an en-suite sitting room leading from the bedroom, complete with fridge, kettle and TV. There is a designated breakfast room with outside access. The NeighborhoodWestbourne has an ideal location on the South Coast. We are 20 minutes by car from Goodwood, Chichester and Portsmouth (for access to the Isle of Wight). On the doorstep of the South Downs and an hour from the New Forest. Getting AroundWe are a 20 minute walk to Emsworth Train Station, where trains run to London Victoria via Gatwick Airport; Brighton, Portsmouth and Southampton. We are also half an hour from Southampton Airport.
                    Home/Apartment
                    Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceUnique coastal location in a quality Marina setting. Our yurts are a stones throw away from the sea with a wealth of activities to enjoy. Surrounded by nature you are immersed in one of England's hidden gems. Our yurts offer all the comfort you would expect from a luxury glamping experience. Breakfast is not included however the deck cafe is just a few minutes walk from the yurt and provide superb breakfasts ... Or you can use the facilities in the yurt which include small oven/grill and hob, teppanyaki grill. Tea/fresh coffee, sugar and milk are supplied. Please also note we provide all bedding but NOT towels/toiletries. Guest AccessThis yurt has of a king size four poster waterbed and double futon plus one single futon bed - (all bedding provided) Kitchen facilities including small cooker, teppanyaki grill and fridge. Inside and outside dining area. 1 minute walk to toilets and shower rooms. Token operated laundry services. Free parking and wifi. Award winning deck cafe open daily from 9am. Chichester Harbour tours available from the Marina. 15 minute walk to Emsworth town centre. Interaction with GuestsWe live on the Marina so after meeting and greeting our guests we will be close by to offer any assistance, advice and information. The NeighborhoodWe are very passionate about this area, the working Marina offers a real sense of community in a welcoming environment. Just a short walk away is the historic fishing town of Emsworth with a wide array of restaurants, pubs and cafes. The yurts overlook Chichester harbour, Hayling and Thorney Island. We are nestled in the foothills of the South Downs National Park in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Numerous coastal and cycle paths are available. We are a short drive from the Cities of Portsmouth and Chichester and the nearby villages of Bosham, the Witterings and Goodwood have plenty to offer. Getting AroundEmsworth has a main line train station to Portsmouth, Chichester, London Waterloo, London Victoria and Gatwick. Local bus and taxis are readily available. Ferry and hovercraft services to the Isle of Wight operate from Portsmouth and Southsea. The A3 and M27 are approximately a ten minute drive from Emsworth. Other Things to NoteThe yurt peninsula is surrounded by deep water with sloping banks, children must be supervised at all times.
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                    4br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceLazy Meadow has 2 double bedrooms with king beds, one twin room and one room with bunk beds. There is one family bathroom upstairs with a bath/shower, with a cloakroom downstairs. The open plan sitting room, with reclining chairs (some rocking), has a Smart TV with freeview and a DVD player. The spacious dining area easily accommodates 8 people and a conservatory off the sitting room gives views of the beautiful garden. The newly fitted large kitchen has a breakfast bar, a 4 oven range, microwave, fridge freezer, toaster and Nescafe Dulce Gusto coffee machine with a selection of pods provided. There is a separate utility room (the tiles of which have been left in place as a tribute to the 70s!) with washing machine and tumble dryer. The large garden to the rear has a BBQ and seating for 8, with the River Ems running to one side and the millstream on the other. Guests have use of a private meadow beyond the garden, suitable for walking dogs or a picnic. There is ample free parking for 4 cars in the private driveway. Guest AccessGuests will be sole occupants and have access to all of the house and garden, although we are currently "reclaiming" the far end of garden (beyond the willow tree) back from the weeds and brambles, so please venture down there at your own risk! Beyond the garden, guests have the use of a private meadow to walk dogs or picnic, bordered by the river and stream with established trees. Interaction with GuestsWe live around 20 minutes away and are always available on the end of the phone to offer help or information! We will leave a welcome pack with information on local pubs/restaurants and tourist attractions. The NeighborhoodWestbourne is a pretty village that nestles on the Hampshire/Sussex border. The local amenities are good with a Co-op within 5 minutes walking distance of the property and a pharmacy a couple of minutes further on. There are 3 pubs and an Indian restaurant and an excellent fish and chip shop. There is a doctor's surgery and hairdresser and a fascinating emporium full of gift ideas and painted furniture. The town of Emsworth is 5 minutes drive to the south and there are pleasent walks to be had around the harbour and mill pond. There is a wider range of shops there and a Michelin starred restaurant - 36 On the Quay. If you like the beach, you can either visit Hayling Island (shingle) or West Wittering (sand). Both are between 20 - 30 minutes drive away although traffic can be heavy in the summer. For walks, Stansted Park is 5 minutes drive away. There is a wide avenue of grass in front of the house or you can wander though the woods. Getting AroundEmsworth train station (with links to Chichester, Southampton and London Victoria) is 5 minutes drive away. Havant train station is 10 minutes away and the fast trains to Portsmouth and London Waterloo stop here. Westbourne is ideally situated for exploring the local area - Portsmouth with it's Historic Dockyard including HMS Victory, the Mary Rose and HMS Warrior - is about a 20 minute drive away. You can catch either the hovercraft or the ferry to the Isle of Wight from Portsmouth. The market city of Chichester is 15 minutes drive to the east, with excellent shops, its beautiful cathedral and the world famous Festival Theatre. Goodwood with its Festival of Speed, Revival and Glorious Goodwood horse racing is about 20 minutes drive. Further afield is Arundel (Castle and Wildfowl Trust), the South Downs (Queen Elizabeth Country Park) and the Hangers/South Downs Ways and Jane Austen's house at Chawton. If travelling with small children Paulton's Park - 45 minutes along the M27 is a must! Other Things to NoteThe river, mill stream and pond in the front garden are all unfenced so PLEASE be aware of this, especially with small children.
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                    3br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    Charming cottage set in a stunning location on the millpond in Emsworth. Magnificent sea views and a short walk along the harbour wall takes you into the village and its' wonderful restaurants and shops. MINIMUM LET - 3 NIGHTS.
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                    4br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceFor 5* reviews and more photographs go to 'Owners Direct Havant' as Listing still being populated. RECENT REVIEW: Sarah C. said... 30-May-2016 - Highly recommend,divine,well equipped,fab location 40 Warblington Road40, Emsworth, PO10 7HQ, United Kingdom ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) Date of Stay 02 May 2016 We loved this house, it caters for everybody literally. We are an extended family to include children and grandchildren. First of all, a very big thank you to the owners, customer service was excellent, we've never had such good communication for any holiday from start through to post finish. They seemed to have insight into our needs that we hadn't even considered. Our son has cerebral palsy and the downstairs bedroom with access to en-suite, discrete portable ramps, wide open doors and spaces made life a lot easier for him and us. My husband loves to cook on holiday and was mightily impressed with the very well-equipped kitchen with three ovens. The grandchildren also loved the wide open spaces inside and out. We've never been to a holiday home with so many children's books. The fab breakfast/cocktail bar was a great place to relax when the youngsters were in bed. This really is a large luxurious house with a very well thought out design. The layout meant it was always easy to keep an eye on the mature and the young and the particular created a very well naturally lit house with the amazing French doors that opened out into the back garden. Lots of people have commented on her views about the location being to die for and it really is it's incredibly beautiful in so many ways. The area is stuffed with culture and you will find all manner of leisure activities within reach of this cool pad. We've never seen so many pubs and cafes in a genuine village, you must head to the Quay for Flintstones ice cream and we can also recommend the Bluebell pub fish and chips - in fact here we bumped into a lady who had been a victim of the floods a few years ago and she couldn't say enough about the owners who gave up their home for free until she was re-housed, this sums out hosts up I think! We loved all the small things as well such as mattresses, linen, carpets, huge TV, versatile lighting, deep deep bath , how many plates and glasses do you need, all shapes and sizes. The property was spotless, as described and excellently presented. Lastly, Daisy the dog had to be dragged into the car rather than back down to the sea - only a few steps away. Can definitely recommend for all! My Response Dear Gillian, thank you so much for your wonderful feedback - it really is helpful to us and potential guests to see how wonderful the area is - I'm glad our hard work on the house gives so much pleasure - that is our aim always. Your and your lovely extended family are welcome back anytime! Thank you for leaving the house so well. Thank you, Martine 'Harbourways' is a unique, modern, architect designed luxury high spec home. Bright, spacious, cozy and comfortable, this space has proven to provide an environment to suit all needs. Set in the heart of the sought after village of Emsworth and adjacent to the beautiful Mill Pond it also boasts excellent transport networks: bus and trains 2 and 6 minutes walk respectively. 2 minutes walk to the shore and an exceptionally well equipped fishing village containing: restaurants (from good value eateries, kebab,pizza, Italian, Indian, Chinese, fish and chip shop, through to Michelin Star), cafes, 8 pubs, butchers, banks, hairdressers, charity shops, gift shops, delicatessen, large Co-op with post office, Tesco, cobblers, chemists, great antique shops, book shops, dry cleaners, ironmonger, museum, bicycle shop, doctor's surgery, sailing clubs, garages, petrol station and more.48 ft long lounge opens via V-fold doors onto a large south facing garden with large private Jacuzzi and lawn.Spacious bespoke Ash and quartz kitchen open out to the garden via 15ft oak French doors. American style fridge freezer with drink/ ice maker, all mod cons including built-in convection, microwave, steam ovens lots of spare cooking utensils, cutlery, glasses, and tableware. Additional items include ice cream maker, slow cooker, toaster, fondue, chocolate fondue, popcorn machine and food warmers. Fresh ground coffee always available. Separate quartz breakfast bar with new black leather bar stools is a great addition. One of the beauties of this house is the flexible sleeping accommodation comprising 4 large bedrooms. Upstairs you will find a 30ft long family bedroom, a 20ft triple children's room and the 3rd bedroom with Queen Size or Zip and link bed all with new carpets. Downstairs there is a double bedroom with walk-in closet and easy access to an en-suite bathroom. Bedroom 1 - Family room, Super king, sleeps 2,Sofa bed, sleeps 2 Travel cot (not included in head count) Bedroom 2, Super king, sleeps 2, or 2 large singles, Travel cot can also be accommodated (not included in head count) Bedroom 3,Single, sleeps 1,Bunk bed, sleeps 2,Travel cot can also be accommodated (not included in head count) Bedroom 4, Double, sleeps 2 - access to en-suite Double and king size sofa beds in dining and lounge area (not included in head count). The open plan nature of the house and excellent access throughout the entire ground floor creates a great family space where generations can sit, talk and relax together whilst also providing great space for accessibility or children.New Oak floors and carpets throughout. Music area containing piano and more. 50" HD, Full TV package.Newly installed Gas central heating throughout, powerful Bosch Boiler to ensure constant hot water! Plenty of new spare duvets and blankets. New double glazing throughout. Bathrooms can also be en-suite. Safe garden, peaceful location. Extremely popular for dog walking with the foreshore at the bottom of the road! Great area for running and cycling.NEW TRAMPOLINE PARK - FLIP OUT.We are keen to make the house accessible, please let us know if you have additional requirements. Ramps and other assistance available. A complete guide to the house provided including the hot tub, please feel free to contact the owner for further information prior to booking. Guest AccessEntire Interaction with GuestsYes via phone, email or popping in if guest required The NeighborhoodEmsworth is popular with sailors, artists, naturalists, walkers, cyclists and is a great place for families and adults alike. The two tidal millponds to east and west are host to a variety of wildlife. Emsworth has a long history connected with oyster fishing and boat building and still boasts traditional shipwrights and chandleries. Its attractive streets are lined with a mixture of architectural styles and high-walled gardens and a walk around the town gives a genuine feel for the past, with exceptional harbour views. Emsworth began as a small Saxon village. Once famous for it's oyster industry, boat building and associated maritime trades it is now the haunt of artists and weekend sailors. Famous residents have included: Sir Peter Blake, -Nicholas Lyndhurst and P.G. Wodehouse.Things to see and do near Hampshire.Browse our selection of favourite attractions in Hampshire , for some great ideas for things to see and do. Choose from the headings below to view a list of the attractions you can enjoy from your cottage. Fishbourne Roman Palace, Chichester - 5.1 Miles away*The remains of one wing of the largest domestic Roman building yet found in Britain can be seen inside a cover building, with many impressive mosaic floors, underfloor heating systems, corridors and courtyards. The story of the site is told in a new audio visual programme. Weald Downland Open Air Museum, Chichester - 8.3 Miles away*The open air museum covers 50 acres, with nearly 50 historic buildings dating from the 13th to 19th centuries, along with gardens, farm animals, walks and lakes. Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Portsmouth - 8.6 Miles away*A fantastic attraction displaying the history of the Royal Navy in all its glory. Visit the Action Stations, a fun, an interactive section which is great for all ages. Or take a stroll around the Mary Rose, who sat at the bottom of the sea for almost 450 years, before being raised in 1982. The famous HMS Victory is also on display, which commanded by Lord Nelson lived up to its name at the Battle of Trafalgar.Osborne House, East Cowes - 16.4 Miles away*Step into Queen Victoria's favourite home and experience the world unchanged since the country's longest reigning monarch died here just over 100 years ago. See the splendour in which they lived and learn about the staff that kept them here throughout her infamous reign. View the artwork and gifts around the house; keepsakes from around the world at a time when the British Empire still dominated the globe. The charm and character of this much-loved home is there for all to see. Brading the Experience, Nr Sandown - 16.5 Miles away*Meet British legends such as Queen Victoria, William Shakespeare and Winston Churchill, see torture instruments from the Royal Castle of Nuremberg, wander through World War One trenches, visit Henry V111 in his Tudor mansion, admire historic steam engines and enjoy some seaside amusements from yesteryear. Amberley Working Museum, Amberley - 17.2 Miles away*Ride a vintage bus, go on a nature trail and admire the wide-ranging exhibits. At 36 acres, this huge open-air museum largely run by volunteers houses a huge range of exhibits, including vintage vehicles like the Southdown bus collection and traditional crafts.Carisbrooke Castle , Newport - 20.2 Miles away*In the medieval hall, the museum depicts the history of the Isle of Wight including the imprisonment of King Charles I at Carisbrooke Castle itself. Godshill Model Village , Godshill - 20.5 Miles away*The models depict Godshill and Shanklin Old Villages. You can walk amongst the 1/10 scale models and maybe catch a little islander at work or playing Nelson saw alive. HMS Warrior a fine example of a 19th century warship can also be visited. In addition to the glorious ships The Royal Naval Museum is also worth a visit, depicting the lives and stories of their battles, ships and those that served upon them. Royal Navy Submarine Museum, Gosport - 9.4 Miles away*Picture yourself in a tiny miniature submarine about to slip under an enemy ship – at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum you can experience the reality, tracing back the history to when submarines were first conceived.Arundel Castle , Arundel - 16.2 Miles away*There is nearly 1,000 years of history at this great castle, situated in magnificent grounds overlooking the River Arun in West Sussex and built at the end of the 11th century by the Earl of Arundel.Dinosaur Farm Museum , Brightstone - 21.4 Miles away*Dinosaur Farm Museum is popular with children as well as adults. Children's activities include 3D dinosaur jigsaws, a fossil sandpit and dinosaur rubbings.Fort Victoria , Isle of Wight - 27.7 Miles away*Built on the north shore of the Isle of Wight to guard the Solent, the remains of Fort Victoria now house a marine aquarium, a sea bed archaeology exhibition, a planetarium and a model railway. Haredown Mountain Boarding Centre, East Dean - 10.3 Miles away*Mountain boarding is the youngest and fastest growing sport to hit the hills and mountains around the UK. A mountain board looks like a scaled down snowboard with wheels, and comes in a range of styles and sizes.Gosport Ice Rink , Gosport - 10.4 Miles away*Gosport Ice Rink is a large indoor facility that boasts one of the Souths only all year round ice rinks. There is also a fully catered café and a shop that sells everything from skating to ice hockey equipment.L A Bowl, Ryde - 12.8 Miles away*Expect lots of fun with 22 lanes of computerised tenpin bowling, fast food diner, licensed bar serving bar meals, restaurant in the summer, patio area, large screen TV and pool tables.Jolly Rogers Plaice, Newport - 18.7 Miles away*Jolly Rogers Plaice is the largest indoor childrens soft adventure playground area on the Isle of Wight. Giant three-level play frame with separate dedicated zones for babies and under fives.Newport Golf Club, Newport - 19.2 Miles away*A gem of a course set on the downs about Newport, the capital of the Isle of Wight, and surrounded by fantastic views to Portsmouth on one side and Southampton on the other.Ventnor Paddling Pool, Ventnor - 21.4 Miles away*A fun little paddling pool with an island in the shape of the Isle of Wight in the middle which children can play on. Worthing Aquarena, Worthing - 24.8 Miles away*Worthing Aquarena offers far more than just a swim, with a main 33 metre pool, a learner pool, diving boards, flume, sauna, steam room, sun beds and health and fitness centre.The Rapids , Romsey - 26.4 Miles away*Three pools including 75 metre flume, water cannons, bubble seats, tipping bucket pirate ship promise lots of fun. Archies World adventure play area is for the younger ones.Farnborough Bowl, Farnborough - 28.6 Miles away*Try tenpin bowling at Farnborough Bowl, a 10 lane centre offering fun for all ages including bowling in the dark with cosmic glow lighting.Chichester Harbour Water, Chichester - 5.8 Miles away*A boat cruise from the narrow harbour mouth and between the sandy point of Hayling Island all the way to Dell Quay enables you to see much of the unspoilt area and its bird life from the water. Gunwharf Quays Complex, Portsmouth - 8.6 Miles away*Gunwharf Quays has so much to offer with over 95 designer outlets, 30 cosmopolitan bars and restaurants, health and fitness centre, 14 screen Vue cinema, 26 lane bowlplex, Jongleurs comedy club and Tiger Tiger dance club.Cowes, Isle of Wight , Cowes - 17.3 Miles away*Separated by the River Medina and linked by a chain ferry, the Isle of Wights most northerly towns of Cowes and East Cowes are steeped in maritime history.Madina Theatre, Newport - 18.1 Miles away*Local theatre offering professional and amateur shows as well as movies – check the website for forthcoming events.Newport , Newport - 18.9 Miles away*Located in the centre of the island, Newport is its principal town and main shopping centre. Excellent roads and bus services make it easy to reach from anywhere on the island. Getting AroundAll public transport on your doorstep, village, sea and forest 2 minutes walk, Attractions and places to visit; Travel and visitor information.The town of Emsworth lies on the border of Hampshire and Sussex. It is situated on Chichester harbour and was, in its early history, an important port for the area. Up to the nineteenth century, it was famous for its oyster fishing fleet. The older part of the town around the square and the harbour has some lovely old houses and still retains the atmosphere of the past. Warblington (1km) is believed to have been founded by the Saxons in the fifth or sixth century but all that now remains of the village is the parish church and the castle ruins. The tower of the church has two Saxon archways, the nave is the thirteenth century and the wooden porch, fourteenth century. All that remains of Warblington Castle is a single turret and part of the gateway. This can only be viewed from a distance as it is now unsafe. It was a fortified manor house built between 1513 and 1526 and was dismantled by the parliamentary forces during the Civil War. Attractions and Places to Visit Bird-watching by boat - Langstone Harbour Browndown, near Gosport - An extraordinary landscape of shingle, like Dungeness in Kent Charles Dicken's Birthplace Cumberland Fort - The last bastioned fort to be built in England Eastney Pumping Station Farlington Marshes - One of England's premier bird-watching areas Fort Brockhurst, Gosport George Gales Brewery - Tours around the Brewery Gosport Discovery Centre HMS Warrior 1860 Jane Austen's Portsmouth; Mansfield Park - The city is the only place in Hampshire that is specifically mentioned in any of Jane's novels. Mary Rose Portsdown Hill - Spectacular viewpoint across the harbour. Port Solent - Portsmouth's outstanding marina and quayside development Portsmouth Cathedral. Portsmouth City Museum and Records Office Portsmouth Naval Dockyard Southsea Castle Spitbank Fort - The only sea fort open to the public... Staunton Country Park The Art House - This Fine Art Gallery specialises in original contemporary work. The Cumberland House Museum - Meet a life-sized iguanodon and walk among the butterflies in Southsea! The D-Day Museum - The Longest Day; more vividly recalled. The Royal Naval Museum. The Solent Way - Emsworth to Milford-on-Sea (60 miles). The Spring, Havant The Staunton Way - Langstone Harbour to Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Petersfield (12 miles) The Wayfarer's Walk - Emsworth to Inkpen Beacon (70 miles) The Victory Westbury Manor Museum, Fareham FRIENDS OF EMSWORTH WILDLIFE (web site dedicated to the observation, recording and protection of the wildlife of the Emsworth area). Cinema, Theatre and Art Centres: South East Hampshire (Cosham; Fareham; Havant; Hayling Island ; Portsmouth) Cosham (Cosham - UCI Cinema, Port Way, Port Solent) Fareham (Ashcroft Arts Centre, Osborn Road, Fareham Ferneham Hall, Osborn Road, Fareham (Theatre) Havant (The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, East Street, Havant) Hayling Island (Station Theatre, Hayling Island) Portsmouth (Kings Theatre,New Theatre Royal,St Peters Theatre, Southsea)Aspex, Portsmouth - UCI Portsmouth Guildhall, Guildhall Square, Portsmouth No. 6 Cinema, Action Stations, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Portsmouth Vue, Gun Wharf Quay Local Tourist Information:Hayling Island Tourist Information Centre,Beechlands,Southfront,Hayling Island PO11 0AG. Local Information. Emsworth Library.23 High Street,EmsworthPO10 7AWAccess by Public Transport.Public Bus Service operate to Emsworth from Chichester, Portsmouth and Petersfield. Other Things to NoteMinimum 3 night stay at weekends unless very last minute. summer period always 2400 per week from 15th July to 2nd September.
                    Home/Apartment
                    Excellent
                    6 reviews
                    4br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Parking
                    Mariners Cottage is just yards from the waters edge in the heart of Old Emsworth. Just 15 minutes drive from Chichester, Portsmouth and the beaches at West Wittering and Goodwood.
                    Home/Apartment
                    7br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceUnique converted Chapel. Normally used as our family home and residential recording studio. Two lounges plus games room. Dining for 12. Multiroom SKY Sports and Movies HD, Netflix, Hot Tub, Fibre Broadband, Pool table, Wi-fi, Xbox 360. Use of our Kayaks and Laser sailing dinghy is possible with prior organisation, Although a good level of previous experience is required. Sorry not for beginners. New hot tub summer 2016! Guest AccessFull access and sole use of house and accommodation. We have 4 double bedrooms, 2 Single rooms and a twin room. all upstairs, so can sleep 12 people in bedrooms. There are also two further (small!) double sofa beds in two of the lounges. We can comfortably accommodate 12 people with enough bedding, dining and living space. Further guests are welcome, but you will need to provide your own bedding if you want to use the sofa beds. Further facilities for a child cot can be arranged or toddler size floor mattress. (Please bring your own bedding for these) The main central living room is 5m x 8m with a lounge area and dining table that seats 12. A second 5m x 8m games room/lounge can be found on the first floor complete with pool table, sofa's ,TV etc. To the rear you will find a 6m x 4m kitchen, with 8 seater table and connected to a 4m x 4m snug lounge with TV and Sofa's. This rear lounge and kitchen both access the rear garden, patio and hot tub. Things to note before booking.. Bedrooms are situated on the first and second floors, and due to a number of steps on the ground floor I would say this property is unsuitable for those of limited mobility. The third and forth double bedrooms are not very big.. But the rest of the house space makes up for it!! The fourth double is ONLY accessed through the twin room. There is a ground floor WC and Utility Room, with washing machine and tumble drier. The First Floor has two Double Rooms but no Bathrooms. The Second Floor has Two Doubles, Two Singles and a Twin Room. It also has a Shower Room/WC and a Bath/Shower Room with WC. This is a functioning family home and will contain a fair amount of our personal items. Outside of the school holidays we operate a recording studio in the property. All studio equipment will be locked away or removed during your stay... Sorry Elton John. Although you might find the odd piano or guitar laying around for a sing song. The rear garden is approximately 13m X 9m. Has; hot tub, trampoline and climbing frame. Please note that the these items are used entirely at your own risk!! You will be required to add hot tub chemicals. (Easy job) Interaction with GuestsVery happy to offer assistance either in person or by phone, we are likely to be away during school holidays. (We have alternate local assistance available if we are away.) The NeighborhoodWe are situated in the village of Nutbourne on the A259 between Chichester and Emsworth. A two minute walk will get you down a lane and to the fields and footpaths surrounding Chichester Harbour. We are well placed just a 5 minute drive from the beautiful city of Chichester, very close to the local sailing facilities at Bosham, Emsworth and Chichester Marina. Just a 20 minute drive from Gun Wharf Quays in Portsmouth. 15 minutes from Goodwood, so well placed for all Goodwood based events and activities. 20 Minutes drive from the fantastic West Witterings beach. The Village of Nutbourne has very good Indian and Chinese restaurants plus a 'Vintage Inns' chain Pub/ Restaurant that serves food all day and late into the evening. Also other Pubs and Fish and Chips can be found in the local area. Getting AroundWe are 2 minutes from Bosham and Emsworth, 5 minutes from the A27. Just 15 minutes from Goodwood. Nutbourne Railway station is about 300m walk so very close, is on the mainline from Victoria. 700 bus stops pretty much 50m away.. which will get you to Brighton, Chichester, Portsmouth. Off road parking for 6+ Cars/ Boats etc. plus plenty of on road parking. Other Things to NoteMinimum booking period of three nights during other school holidays and two nights during Goodwood events. Bedrooms are situated on the first and second floors, and due to a number of steps on the ground floor I would say this property is unsuitable for those of limited mobility. This is a functioning family home and will contain a fair amount of our personal items, although clean and tidy with plenty of storage for your own belongings. Outside of the school holidays we operate a recording studio in the property. All studio equipment will be locked away or removed during your stay... Sorry Elton John. Although you might find the odd piano or guitar laying around for a sing song.
                    house
                    Excellent
                    2 reviews
                    2br house
                      A recently refurbished terraced house close to the harbor and to shops and restaurants. There is a kitchen dining room and a separate living room. The house is well equipped with a television,WI-fi,dishwasher and washing machine There is a front garden which is a sun trap during the day and has seating. There is NO access to the rear garden. Close to Chichester Harbour and the South Downs for excellent walks
                      guest house
                      Poor
                      84 reviews
                      28br guest house
                      • Breakfast
                      • Gym
                      • Parking
                      • Pets Allowed
                      • Swimming Pool
                      • Wifi
                      Situated in Emsworth, this guesthouse is within 3 mi (5 km) of Staunton Country Park, Stansted Park, and Langstone Adventure Rowing. Northney Marina and Farlington Marshes are also within 6 mi (10 km).
                      guest house
                      Poor
                      43 reviews
                      4br guest house
                      • Breakfast
                      • Gym
                      • Parking
                      • Pets Allowed
                      • Swimming Pool
                      • Wifi
                      Situated in Emsworth, this bed & breakfast is 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Stansted Park and 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Staunton Country Park. Fishbourne Roman Palace and Langstone Adventure Rowing are also within 6 mi (10 km).
                      farm stay
                      4br farm stay
                      • Breakfast
                      • Parking
                      • Wifi
                      Situated in Emsworth, this bed & breakfast is 2.1 mi (3.3 km) from Stansted Park and 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Staunton Country Park. Langstone Adventure Rowing and Northney Marina are also within 6 mi (10 km).
                      hotel
                      Excellent
                      77 reviews
                      9br hotel
                      • Breakfast
                      • Gym
                      • Parking
                      • Pets Allowed
                      • Swimming Pool
                      • Wifi
                      Located in Chichester Harbour, this inn is 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Langstone Adventure Rowing and 3.1 mi (4.9 km) from Stansted Park. Fishbourne Roman Palace and Staunton Country Park are also within 6 mi (10 km).
                      hotel
                      39br hotel
                      • Breakfast
                      • Gym
                      • Parking
                      • Pets Allowed
                      • Swimming Pool
                      • Wifi
                      At The Brookfield Hotel, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Fishbourne Roman Palace and Gunwharf Quays. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out The Hermitage , which serves British cuisine. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms offer sofa beds and 24-hour room service.
                      hotel
                      74br hotel
                      • Breakfast
                      • Gym
                      • Parking
                      • Pets Allowed
                      • Swimming Pool
                      • Wifi
                      Travelodge is 10 miles East of Portsmouth on the Eastbound carriageway of the A27. (However, junction to access A27 Westbound is 7 miles East of the Travelodge, therefore distance to return to Portsmouth is 24 miles).
                      house
                      Excellent
                      5 reviews
                      3br house
                        New to the Holiday Rental market for summer 2016, this beautiful cottage provides open plan living with 2 newly fitted bathrooms and outdoor living space. Located in the vibrant fishing village of Emsworth, it is excellently placed for access to Goodwood and Chichester harbour. With walking, sailing, bars and restaurants all within a stone's throw, you will never be short of things to do. Thorney Road is a quiet residential street and the cottage has views across fields to Chichester harbour and onwards as far as the Spinnaker tower in Portsmouth.
                        yurt
                        1br yurt
                        • Pets Allowed
                        One of two yurts set on a private peninsula in the heart of Emsworth Marina. We offer a nautical stay in a beautiful woodland setting. Surrounded by luxury yachts and cruisers this 'glamping' experience really is unique. Ideal for couples/families (MAXIMUM 2 ADULTS per yurt & up to 3 children) Unique coastal location in a quality Marina setting. Our yurts are a stones throw away from the sea with a wealth of activities to enjoy. Surrounded by nature you are immersed in one of England's hidden gems. Our yurts offer all the comfort you would expect from a luxury glamping experience. This yurt comprises of a king size four poster bed, 1 double sofa-bed and two single pull out beds (all bedding provided) Kitchen facilities including small cooker and fridge. Inside and outside dining area. 1 minute walk to toilets and shower rooms. Token operated laundry services. Free parking and wifi. Award winning deck cafe open daily from 9am. Chichester Harbour tours available from the Marina. 15 minute walk to Emsworth town centre.
                        yurt
                        1br yurt
                        • Pets Allowed
                        One of two self catering yurts set on a private peninsula in the heart of Emsworth Marina. We offer a nautical stay in a beautiful woodland setting. Surrounded by luxury yachts and cruisers this 'glamping' experience really is unique. Ideal for couples/families (MAXIMUM 2 ADULTS per yurt & up to 3 children) Unique coastal location in a quality Marina setting. Our yurts are a stones throw away from the sea with a wealth of activities to enjoy. Surrounded by nature you are immersed in one of England's hidden gems. Our yurts offer all the comfort you would expect from a luxury glamping experience. This yurt comprises of a king size four poster bed WATERBED, 1 double futon bed 1 single futon (all bedding provided) Kitchen facilities including small cooker and fridge. Inside and outside dining area. 1 minute walk to toilets and shower rooms. Token operated laundry services. Free parking and wifi. Award winning deck cafe open daily from 9am. Chichester Harbour tours available from the Marina. 15 minute walk to Emsworth town centre.
                        Home/Apartment
                        Excellent
                        8 reviews
                        2br Home/Apartment
                        • Pets Allowed
                        6 Avocet Quay is a most attractive and unusual self - catering holiday cottage set in a much sought - after location near the town centre of Emsworth. The properties in this location are often referred to as "the houses on stilts" and are great fun to stay in for holidays. It is ideal for sailing enthusiasts, being near the sailing club and it is only a short walk from the varied shops in Emsworth. The accommodation consists of an entrance hall/utility area on the ground floor with a bright open plan kitchen/sitting room on the first floor, along with 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. There is a balcony off the sitting room with area to sit out on, affording pleasant water views, and there is also space for storing a small dinghy as well as a car parking space. The house will accommodate four people and is comfortably equipped. It is available either short or long term, for either long weekend breaks or for a month or longer at a time. It will cater for both holiday makers or business people on short term work contracts. EPC - F
                        Home/Apartment
                        Excellent
                        9 reviews
                        3br Home/Apartment
                        • Pets Allowed
                        Toll House is the southern wing of Lumley Mill, a beautiful Grade II listed building which dates back to the 18th Century and is nestled at the end of a leafy lane just outside the harbour town of Emsworth. Imposing in appearance, the building has a notable history, with previous occupants including the artist and entomologist, Peter Buckler, and it is reputed that Admiral Nelson and Lady Hamilton were once guests of then owner who was the baker to the Royal Navy. Today, Lumley Mill is often the subject of local artists, keen to capture its character and charm. With 3 large bedrooms on the first floor, the house will comfortably sleep 6 guests, with the option of 2 further guests on pull-out beds in the twin bedroom, suitable for children (£50 supplement for use of pull-out beds). There is a large bathroom which is accessed through one of the 2 double bedrooms, as well as a separate shower room. On the ground floor, there is a generous kitchen featuring a 4-oven Aga. The dining area is open to the kitchen and can comfortably seat 8 or more for dinner. There is a very stylish sitting room with doors opening onto a private patio with the mill stream running past. There is also the benefit of a utility room. Sat right on the Hampshire/Sussex border, Toll House is perfect for a quiet retreat away from the crowds or would equally be suitable as a holiday base for those looking to explore the attractions and stunning natural surroundings that Hampshire and Sussex have to offer. Please be aware that the mill stream runs directly alongside the house and patio, with no barrier in some places. Guests with small children should be aware of this. EPC - F
                        Home/Apartment
                        2br Home/Apartment
                          17 Quinton Fields is a very well presented and comfortable first and second floor maisonette in the popular Hampshire town of Emsworth. It is ideal as a holiday base from which to explore all the region has to offer, or as a "home away from home" for short term rentals. Stairs lead from the private entrance to the first floor that has a good size living room, with comfy sofas and a dining area. There is a modern fitted kitchen that is very well equipped and includes a dishwasher, washing machine, range style cooker, microwave and fridge/freezer. There is also a toilet on the first floor. On the second floor there are 2 double bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite shower room. There is also a family bathroom on this floor, so each bedroom can have separate bathroom facilities. Outside the maisonette there is a private parking space right outside the front door. There is a small area with an outdoor table and chairs, but there is no private garden available. Emsworth town centre is easily accessible by car or on foot, being less than 1 mile away. The railway station is also just a short walk away with direct services to London and along the south coast.
                          Cottage
                          Nice
                          1 review
                          4br Cottage
                            Kings Cottage is a wonderful historic house set in the heart of the Hampshire sailing village of Emsworth. Just a few meters away from the water front and the popular town centre, this is a great location from which to enjoy all the region has to offer. Originally built in the early 1700's, Kings Cottage is one of the oldest properties in Emsworth and was built by a local ship builder for himself to live in. Parts of the property have been used as a blacksmiths up until the 1930's and some of the history of the property can still be seen, including a water well set in to the patio in the rear garden. At the front of the cottage are 2 open-plan sitting rooms which include a wonderful feature fireplace. There is a sofa bed here that provides additional sleeping accommodation to the bedrooms, if required. There is a well equipped kitchen which includes a cooker, fridge with freezer box, dishwasher and microwave. There is a good sized dining room which is ideal for large family meals and this overlooks the courtyard style rear garden. The rear garden includes a patio, a parking area (that could also double as a great badminton court) and a garden area. There is a shower room on the ground floor of the cottage, as well as small utility room with a washing machine. On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms, 2 of which have king size beds with the other having twin single beds. There is also a large family bathroom. On the second floor, there is a further twin bedroom and it is from this room that guests will get the best view from the cottage, over looking the roof tops to Emsworth harbour.
                            Cottage
                            Good
                            9 reviews
                            3br Cottage
                              Anglers Cottage is a charming cottage set in a stunning location on the millpond in Emsworth. The property has magnificent sea views and a short walk along the harbour wall takes you into the village where there is a wonderful selection of restaurants, traditional shops and pubs. Situated at the top of Chichester Harbour, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, Emsworth is a stunningly beautiful waterside market town, popular with sailors, walkers, cyclists, artists and tourists. Emsworth is full of history, with a long established reputation for oyster fishing and boat building. It remains a bustling village with independent shops and some interesting pubs and great restaurants catering for all tastes and budgets. A gentle walk around the village with superb harbour views, gives a genuine feel for the past. Chichester Harbour is a safe and varied sailing area with waterside pubs and extensive wildlife including a seal colony and there is a large variety of wading birds. The harbour is a mecca for water sports of all kinds. There are many beautiful walks in and around Emsworth, including Solent Way, Sussex Border Path, Wayfarers Way and the Chichester Harbour Walk. Both Road Cycling and Mountain biking in the South Downs are extremely popular. As is Golf with a choice of excellent courses to play. Portsmouth is in easy reach to the west – approx 15 minutes by car or train. Chichester is a similar distance to the east. It is an historical Cathedral city surrounded by beautiful countryside and the South Downs. It has a thriving shopping centre and world famous Festival Theatre. Goodwood on the South Downs above Chichester hosts Horse racing and motor racing alongside classic car events. The Cottage is in excellent condition. The kitchen breakfast room has full width sliding doors, opening out onto the back garden which is sheltered and south facing, a perfect suntrap to enjoy a glass of wine until the sun goes down.
                              Home/Apartment
                              Okay
                              3 reviews
                              2br Home/Apartment
                                6 Stanley Road is a delightful family holiday house set close to the waterfront and centre of the popular Hampshire town of Emsworth. Located in a quiet residential road, it is just a few yard from the edge of Emsworth harbour and, if it is not at high tide, you can walk along the shoreline to the quay and town centre. It makes an ideal house for a family holiday or as a base from which to explore all the region has to offer. The ground floor to the house has a cosy and comfortable sitting room with a TV and DVD player available. There is a separate dining room that is open to the good sized large kitchen, which offers all the appliances for modern living, including a dishwasher, washing machine and microwave. Off the kitchen there is a small utility room, as well as a ground floor toilet. On the first floor, there is a double bedroom and a bedroom with twin single beds. The family bathroom has a bath with a shower over. Outside, there is a small patio garden with patio furniture. There is one parking space for the house, which is located just to the far side of the neighbouring house. Internet access is available at the house. EPC- D
                                Home/Apartment
                                Excellent
                                24 reviews
                                2br Home/Apartment
                                  Situé sur le rivage de Chichester et de Langstone havres, à proximité de Emsworth, cette chambre deux rouf est un roman pourtant la conception pratique datant des années 1960. Il fait partie d'un développement unique de roufs qui ont été construits comme des plaisanciers de week-end et maisons de vacances. Roufs sont définies dans un cadre un parc paisible qui contient deux étangs naturels. Le chemin d'accès de la frontière Sussex passe à côté, en suivant les contours du port de Chichester et de Thorney Island. Le logement est clair et spacieux avec baies vitrées dans le salon et la Chambre des maîtres, qui s'ouvrent sur un face ouest balcon avec des aperçus de Chichester Harbour au sud. La chambre principale possède un lit double, la deuxième chambre a des lits superposés avec un autre lit « gigogne » étant qui sort sous la couchette du bas. Les deux chambres partagent une salle de bains avec douche électrique au-dessus de la baignoire. Le salon a un canapé-lit confortable.
                                  Cottage
                                  Excellent
                                  18 reviews
                                  1br Cottage
                                    Attractive detached one bedroom Grade 2 Listed Coach House, in the heart of Westbourne village. Less than 5 minutes walk to local shops and pubs. Close to attractive sailing centre of Emsworth, which boasts a variety of excellent restaurants. Chichester, Portsmouth, Hayling Island, the South Downs and Goodwood are all within easy reach, which makes this location ideal for sailors, hikers, golfers, cyclists, car racing and horse racing enthusiasts. The first floor accommodation comprises double bedroom (king sized bed) with en suite shower room. Large living room with dining area, study desk with secure ethernet and wifi access. Stunning arched picture window, 40" TV, DVD and Ipod Stereo system. Ground floor fully equipped kitchen. (fridge/freezer, electric oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, kettle, electric mixer, Nespresso coffee machine, washing machine). A complimentary selection of teas, coffees, sugar, etc is provided. Breakfast table. Outdoor dining area, parasol and barbecue. Private parking. Additional Fees will be charged for: 2 night stay £20 Parking for Boat/2nd car £20 per week or part thereof Additional linen change and/or additional cleaning £20 per change For our guests arriving from abroad, (we have many from New Zealand, Australia and the USA), I am happy to organise a taxi to collect you from the airport. This service would be payable directly to the taxi driver.
                                    Home/Apartment
                                    4br Home/Apartment
                                    • Pets Allowed
                                    'Harbourways' is a unique, modern, architect designed luxury high spec home. Bright, spacious, cozy and comfortable, this space has proven to provide an environment to suit all needs. Latest review: Our large family stayed at the property for a long weekend for my husbands 40th birthday and what a fabulous place to celebrate. The house was perfect, plenty of space for our family without feeling like we were on top of each other and well equipped, especially the kitchen. The garden was great size and enclosed, which was really good for our dog, plus it was lovely to make use of the hot tub, what a relaxing way to spend an afternoon! To top it all off, we were close enough to walk to the local pubs and beach :) Martine is amazing and can't do enough to help, I would definitely recommend'. Set in the heart of the sought after village of Emsworth and adjacent to the beautiful Mill Pond it also boasts excellent transport networks: bus and trains 2 and 6 minutes walk respectively. 2 minutes walk to the shore and an exceptionally well equipped fishing village containing: restaurants (from good value eateries, kebab,pizza, Italian, Indian, Chinese, fish and chip shop, through to Michelin Star), cafes, 8 pubs, butchers, banks, hairdressers, charity shops, gift shops, delicatessen, large Co-op with post office, Tesco, cobblers, chemists, great antique shops, book shops, dry cleaners, ironmonger, museum, bicycle shop, doctor's surgery, sailing clubs, garages, petrol station and more.48 ft long lounge opens via V-fold doors onto a large south facing garden with large private Jacuzzi and lawn.Spacious bespoke Ash and quartz kitchen open out to the garden via 15ft oak French doors. American style fridge freezer with drink/ ice maker, all mod cons including built-in convection, microwave, steam ovens lots of spare cooking utensils, cutlery, glasses, and tableware. Additional items include ice cream maker, slow cooker, toaster, fondue, chocolate fondue, popcorn machine and food warmers. Fresh ground coffee always available. Separate quartz breakfast bar with new black leather bar stools is a great addition. One of the beauties of this house is the flexible sleeping accommodation comprising 4 large bedrooms. Upstairs you will find a 30ft long family bedroom, a 20ft triple children's room and the 3rd bedroom with Queen Size or Zip and link bed all with new carpets. Downstairs there is a double bedroom with walk-in closet and easy access to an en-suite bathroom. Bedroom 1 - Family room, Super king, sleeps 2,Sofa bed, sleeps 2 Travel cot (not included in head count) Bedroom 2, Super king, sleeps 2, or 2 large singles, Travel cot can also be accommodated (not included in head count) Bedroom 3,Single, sleeps 1,Bunk bed, sleeps 2,Travel cot can also be accommodated (not included in head count) Bedroom 4, Double, sleeps 2 - access to en-suite Double and king size sofa beds in dining and lounge area (not included in head count). The open plan nature of the house and excellent access throughout the entire ground floor creates a great family space where generations can sit, talk and relax together whilst also providing great space for accessibility or children.New Oak floors and carpets throughout. Music area containing piano and more. 50" HD, Full TV package.Newly installed Gas central heating throughout, powerful Bosch Boiler to ensure constant hot water! Plenty of new spare duvets and blankets. New double glazing throughout. Bathrooms can also be en-suite. Safe garden, peaceful location. Extremely popular for dog walking with the foreshore at the bottom of the road! Great area for running and cycling.NEW TRAMPOLINE PARK - FLIP OUT.We are keen to make the house accessible, please let us know if you have additional requirements. Ramps and other assistance available. A complete guide to the house provided including the hot tub, please feel free to contact the owner for further information prior to booking. MIN 3 NIGHT BOOKING AT WEEKENDS.