Fully refurbished amenities in the heart of everything Southsea has to offer
About Yvonne Solorio
Michael is a semi-retired IT consultant and Yvonne is a Montessori teacher. Michael is originally from the area and grew up in nearby Emsworth. Yvonne grew up in the many places her father was stationed in the Air Force.
Yvonne Solorio purchased this Apartment in 2015
Why Yvonne Solorio chose Southsea
We chose this property for its character and great location. It needed a lot of work but it was well worth it and we are very happy with the results. It is our home when we are in the UK. We really enjoy it and hope you do too.
What makes this Apartment unique
Central yet peaceful location. The flat is very close to just about everything and we enjoy being able to walk everywhere especially across the common and along the sea front. However, it is still relatively quiet compared to many city locations. There is very little traffic on the street day or night.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Very comfortable stay in excellent location. Highly recommended
We really enjoyed our stay. The flat is a good size, exceptionally clean with everything feeling brand new. Really great location being very close to the sea front and the shops but also with the added benefit of being on a quiet side street, so no noise. Highly recommended.
From Wikipedia... Southsea is a seaside resort and geographic area, located in Portsmouth at the southern end of Portsea Island, Hampshire, England. Southsea is located to the south of Portsmouth city centre and to the east of Old Portsmouth. It developed as a fashionable Victorian seaside resort in the 19th century, originally named Croxton Town, but later borrowed the name of nearby Southsea Castle to promote itself and grew into a dense residential suburb and large distinct commercial and entertainment area, separate from the centre of Portsmouth The 'Southsea' name of the area originates from Southsea Castle; a fort, located on the seafront and constructed in 1544 to help defend the Solent and approaches to Portsmouth Harbour
The areas surrounding Albert Road, Palmerston Road and Osborne Road comprise numerous bars, restaurants and independent shops. Palmerston Road is the main High Street of Southsea and contains two national department stores, as well as the local library. Albert Road is a distinct street containing shopping and cultural venues, which includes the Kings Theatre, a regional theatre built in 1907. From the owner: Castle road, Elm Grove and the pubs in Old Portsmouth also well worth a look.