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Welcome to Houseboat Harbourside View

Address: Embankment Rd, Bembridge, PO35 5NS

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Houseboat Harbourside View is a family-run bed and breakfast moored on Bembridge harbour, with fantastic sea views. Off the far east coast of the Isle of Wight, the luxury accommodation includes a master suite with a large balcony and its own whirlpool bath. All rooms at Houseboat Harbourside View have an en suite bathroom with spacious shower, a TV, tea and coffee facilities and table and chairs. The superior king room also includes a mini-fridge, sofa and has clear harbour views through the patio doors. Breakfast is full English, plus there’s a choice of fruit, cereals, breads and pastries. You can enjoy your breakfast in your room, in the main lounge / dining room or on deck in fine weather. Bembridge village is a short drive from the island’s main towns, with Sandown and Shanklin around 15 minutes away, and Newport just under 25 minutes. The peaceful harbour setting is a short walk into the village where you can find relaxing cafés and seafood restaurants. Day passes for a nearby hotel's swimming pool, sauna, and gym facilities are available at an extra charge.

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Southsea Castle - Hampshire - Castle

Southsea Castle - Hampshire - Castle

Distance 6.01 miles (9.61 km)
Southsea Castle was built by Henry VIII between 1544 and 1545 to protect Portsmouth against possible French invasion. Its revolutionary design provided for the most efficient use of guns in attack or defence now that artillery dominated warfare. In the early 19th century, the castle was substantially altered to accommodate extra guns and a larger garrison of 200 men. The most significant addition of this period was an underground tunnel around the moat, which you can still enter. The castle was only withdrawn from active service in 1960. In our amazing Time Tunnel the Ghost of the Castle's first master gunner guides you through the most dramatic scenes from the castle's eventful history.