Beautiful & spacious 1920s-inspired studio in converted guesthouse. Finished with authentic art deco furnishings.Guest access
The generous studio gives guests ample space to relax and unwind, with a comfortable double bed, easy chair and television. This room comes complete with wardrobe, dressing table, and a table with chairs for dining or working.
A separate door leads to a kitchenette providing basic essentials for cooking, including a single electric hob, microwave, utensils, crockery and glassware. *Please note there is no washing machine but there is a laundrette nearby.
Through the kitchen is a separate door to a spacious bathroom with bathtub and separate shower.
We can provide a put up bed for a extra person. Although it's probably more suited to children than adults. Airbnb have listed the additional bed as an airbed, but it is a single camp bed.
We can also provide a travel cot or highchair but please advise in advance if these are required, so we can be sure they are available for your stay
Self check in. Keys are situated in a lock box. I am also contactable via airbnb for queries and recommendationsAdditional notes
Parking permits are required between 4.30pm - 6.30pm every day. We can provide these for you with advance notice. Please contact us for details. Guest interaction
There is no washing machine in the studios but there is a laundrette just a 5 min walk away.
For violating our policy a £100 fine will be applied.
I do not live on site and like to give guests their space. I do live in Southsea and may be around the building at points during your stay. I am always on-hand via airbnb to help with any queries or to provide recommendations.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 dockyardGetting around
Most locations are walkable or taxis are plentiful and cheap. There are also frequent buses running nearby. The nearest train staiton is Fratton which is a 20 min walk. If you are driving please notify us up front as you will require visitors permits, so we will need 24hrs notice to provide these and will provide them free of charge. 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 side roads nearby.