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Beaufort Hotel
71 Festing Road
Southsea

Portsmouth
Hampshire

PO4 0NQ | View map

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A warm welcome awaits you at the Beaufort Hotel.The Beaufort Hotel, nestling in the heart of Southsea and only one minutes walk from the sea is a delightful place to stay. Enjoy a relaxed and friendly atmosphere where the quality of supervision is second to none. We take pride in being the best privately owned hotel in Portsmouth, which is backed by the AA Hotel Guide.We are committed to providing the highest standards of excellence relating to every aspect of your stay at the Beaufort Hotel. Our friendly and accommodating team are waiting serve to you!This pretty seafront hotel benefits from 20 recently refurbished ensuite rooms that are equipped with satellite television and tea/coffee making facilities.Following a comfortable night, enjoy a tasty full english breakfast before heading out for an action packed day. After a busy day touring or working, relax in our non-smoking lounge and enjoy a nice afternoon tea or freshly brewed coffee, or spend a little time at the luxuriously-appointed bar!The hotel is only three minutes walk from the beach and close to the Ferry Port for links to France and the Isle of Wight.Just 200 yards from Canoe Lake, Tennis Courts and 18 hole Pitch & Putt, Rose Garden and Cricket Club.

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