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Southsea Castle

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Colette
Colette
October 18, 2019
Free to walk around has champagne bar there every Friday in the summer months and only 10 min walk from our holiday home
Tim
Tim
September 21, 2019
There’s a cracking champagne bar in the summer evenings.
Keith
Keith
September 7, 2019
What makes Henry VIII's castle so unique, and what secrets are contained within? The Castle is a great place to walk through Tudor history, enjoy great views of both city and sea.
Neil
Neil
July 25, 2019
Very impressive castle, a good day out for children.
Susan
Susan
July 22, 2019
Southsea Castle is free to wander around the ramparts and there is a lovely little restaurant/bar in the courtyard. The Champagne Bar runs through thee summer months and is great fun for a night out.

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Ubicación
Portsmouth, Portsmouth PO5 3PA
Teléfono023 9282 7261