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B and Bs in Waterlooville

New Haven Bed & Breakfast
193 London Road
Waterlooville
Hampshire

PO7 7RN | View map

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A warm welcome awaits you in our spacious home. We offer you comfortably equipped en-suite luxury rooms, continental breakfast, colour TV, tea/coffee facilities, iron and board, and hairdryers available on request. Parking along Wallis Road and on site.Walking distance to shops, post office, banks (Lloyds TSB, Natwest, Barclays, HSBC), pubs, restaurants (Chinese, Indian, Italian and Thai), First Fitness Gym, and Waterlooville swimming pool and park. 10-15 minutes travel distance to Portsmouth's Spinnaker Tower, Gunwharf Quays, and Royal Navy Historical Dockyard.Many areas of countryside attractions such as Staunton Country Park where you can explore the English Heritage listed gardens. Stansted park is one of the Souths most beautiful stately homes set in wonderful parkland and home to the famous 'Garden in Mind', and Queen Elizabeth Contry Park, one of the finest country parks in England, combining dramatic homeland with the quiet seclusin of the forest.Ideal for walking holidays, business or personal. Welcome either long or short stays.

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