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Primrose Cottage - Bed & Breakfast
Primrose Cottage, Allington Lane
SO30 3HQ

Contact: Janet Stovell
Tel: 02380 466348
  • £35 - £55 per night Other Currency
  • Sleeps Up To 6
  • Primrose Cottage - Bed & Breakfast Grading : 3
  • Children Allowed : welcome
  • Pets Allowed : sorry, no pets
  • Smoking Policy : NOT permitted inside residence
  • Alcohol License : sorry, no sales
  • Parking Available : present
  • Wheelchair Access : present
  • Primrose Cottage - Bed & Breakfast Southampton - Your accomadation comes complete with own garden . . .
    Your accomadation comes complete with own garden, decking, tea and coffee making facilities, fridge and dining area and a television in all rooms. We offer a comprehensive range of food for breakfast, everything from traditional english, Porridge and continential.

    Located in the heart of the Hamble Valley, backing on to the Itchen Valley Country Park and residing next door to Glen Eagles riding stables, should you wish to take a lesson!

    Close to The Hampshire Rose Bowl Cricket ground, and easy access to St Mary's Stadium.
    International Festival of the sea in Portsmouth on June 30th - July 3rd is only 20 mins by car, The lush and green New Forest is also only a stones throw from Primrose cottage and hosts the Country Show at the end of July.

    One of Southamptons biggest attractions is the Boat Show in late September, being close to the sea and the docks also provides easy access to the Isle of Wight and Cowes week! Southampton, an important port for nearly two thousand years. Armies have embarked for invasions and foreign troops have landed here for raids on Britain. The Romans had a port here, William the Conqueror used it for ships arriving from Normandy, Richard I left from Southampton to go on his crusades, the French sacked the town in 1338 and Edward III embarked from here to win the Battle of Crécy. More recently, during the First and Second World Wars millions of troops left the port to go into battle. Southampton was also the major port for transatlantic liners like the Queen Elizabeth and the Queen Mary.

    Reminders of the medieval town can be seen in the town walls and their towers. Only one section of the wall itself survives, in Western Esplanade. The towers have all survived: Polymond, Catchcold, Wind Whistle and God’s House Tower stood at the four corners of the walls. God’s House Tower, on the Town Quay, is now a museum of local archaeology. Other museums are housed in the 14th century Wool House, a maritime museum, and the Tudor House, a 16th century mansion with overhanging gables, half-timbered walls and mullioned windows standing in St Michael’s Square.

    As well as its historic buildings, there are an enormous number of other attractions and things to do in Southampton. There is a lively nightlife with traditional English pubs, lively winebars, clubs and other entertainment venues. These include Leisure World on West Quay Road which has nightclubs, live entertainment, bars, restaurants and a 13 screen Odeon cinema.
    Primrose Cottage - Bed & Breakfast  -   Southampton   -   Hampshire

    Contact:  Janet Stovell   Tel:  02380 466348   -   Website: > (Click Here)


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