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Alverbank Hotel (The)  - 3 Star Hotel Gosport, Hampshire
Stokes Bay Road, Alverstoke, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 2QT

Phone: +44 (0)23 9251 0005, Fax: +44 (0)23 9252 0864
email:
enquiries@alverbankhotel.co.uk   click here for map of Gosport

Anglesey Hotel (The)  24, Crescent Rd  Gosport Hampshire PO12 2DH
Tel: 02392 582157  Click here for map
Situated in the heart of Alverstoke village The Anglesey is an elegant Georgian building dating back to 1830. The upper floors of the hotel have fabulous views across the Solent to The Isle of Wight and across to Portsmouth Harbour .With eighteen en-suite bedrooms , full A la Carte Restaurant and friendly bar, The Anglesey offers the  traditional service of years gone by.


Old Lodge Alverstoke Hotel (The)  - Gosport, Hampshire
81 The Avenue, Alverstoke, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 2JX
Telephone: 023 9250 4750
11 bedrooms all en suite.
Full menu restaurant, bar and Lounge
bookings@alverstokeoldlodge.co.uk
www.alverstokeoldlodge.co.uk

 

 

 


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 Alverbank Country Hotel
Without doubt one of Gosport's best  hotels that successfully combines style and elegance with a very relaxed atmosphere.

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