Beautiful 1920s-inspired studio in converted guesthouse. Finished with authentic art deco furnishings and features a private terrace.Guest access
This light airy studio is a great base for venturing into Southsea and is a lovely space to relax and unwind when you come back. The room includes a comfortable double bed, ensuite wet room, kitchenette with cooking essentials and breakfast bar.
We can provide a travel cot and/or highchair but please advise in advance if these are required, so we can be sure they are available for your stay.
Private access to studio and terraceAdditional notes
Max occupancy 2 adults, 1 childGuest interaction
Parking permits are required if you’re travelling by car and can be purchased via the Marketplace in the digital guidebook we send to you before your arrival. This is so you can park on-street during your stay. It is not for a personal parking space.
A travel cot and/or highchair can also be purchased in advance via the Marketplace in the guidebook and we will ensure they are there for your arrival.
Please be mindful of quiet hours between 11pm – 8am.
All of our properties are non-smoking (this includes the terrace) as the comfort of our guests is very important to us. If a property has been smoked in we will need to carry out a deep clean to remove the smell which will incur a minimum charge of £100.
There is no laundry facilities on site for guests but there is a laundrette just 5 mins walk away.
Please let us know in advance if you require bedding for the sofa bed.
We will give you privacy during your stay but the Places to be team are on hand for any enquiries and Dan is a Southsea local.Neighborhood overview
This is a fantastic location for your stay as you are in the middle vibrant Southsea with so much on your doorstep! There is an amazing coffee and cake shop - The Garage Lounge just opposite, there are bars, restaurants, shops, hairdressers, what ever you need all within a stones throw! You are also extremely close to the Kings Theatre and s short distance to the seafront or Gunwharf Quays and Portsmouth's historic dockyard.Getting around
Most locations are walkable or taxis are plentiful and cheap. We also have Uber. There are frequent buses running nearby. The nearest train station is Fratton which is a 20 min walk. If you are driving - you will require visitor's permits, which can be purchased for £3 per vehicle, per day via our Digital Guidebook which is sent prior to your stay. Parking is hit and miss as Portsmouth is a little overcrowded with vehicles but you will find a space on the main road or in one of the nearby side roads.