Ashby’s is close to all that Portsmouth and Southsea have to offer, including Portsmouth historic dockyard, Gunwharf Quay’s shopping centre and Fratton Park football stadium. The hotel has easy access to the public transport network that will take you to any part of the city or the surrounding area. Southsea beach is a classic pebble beach with sand at low tide.
Exit the M27 onto the M275 and follow the A3 signposted to Southsea and Sea Front. Merge onto A288 (Kings Terrace) and follow onto Clarence Parade. After 150 yards turn left onto Auckland Road west, the hotel is on your left hand side
Chichester – 19 miles
An historic city set in glorious English countryside, including the South Downs national park and located only minutes from the beautiful south coast. Chichester has a lot to offer with a mix of high street stores and quality independent clothes and shoe boutiques, an electric range of restaurants, gastro pubs and olde worlde inns, not to mention a 900yr old cathedral and West Wittering sandy blue flag beach only minutes away.
Southampton – 21 miles
Southamptonis a vibrant, modern city with thriving maritime history and a busy port for cruise ships. The city is packed with places to go from concert halls, art galleries and two magnificent theatres and for the shopping fanatic there is a large shopping centre that is home to all the big names including John Lewis. Don’t forget to visit the old town with its medieval architecture including one of the countries finest town gates. There is a vibrant restaurant and bar scene, whether you want an elegant café bar, a charming Inn or an Italian on the waterfront.
Bognor Regis – 25 miles
Bognor Regis was once a small fishing village dating back to when the Saxons first landed on our shores which has now grown into a popular small seaside town. Take a walk along the promenade which is lined with many rides and amusements for the children or have a drink or an ice cream in one of the seafront bars. In the evening there are several nightclubs, live music and entertainment or catch a show at the Alexandra theatre. For many people, the ultimate pleasure is to take an evening stroll along the prom with a bag of fish and chips.
Worthing – 40 miles
A classic British seaside town,Worthinghas its own charm. Visit the Pavilion Theatre at the entrance to Worthing Pier, – built in 1926 with its unique and regal elegance which plays host too many local vibrant shows and theatrical performances. If the weather is fine, recline on the beach, stroll on the prom and sample the town’s delights