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Welcome to Windbrake House

Address: 50 Palmerston Way, Alverstoke, Gosport, PO12 2LZ

Telephone: 02392 582929 02392 582929

Hotel Description

Windbrake House is an intimate, luxury boutique b&b located in the charming village of Alverstoke, near Gosport. It is within meters of Stokes Bay and enjoying some views of the Solent and the Isle of Wight. Whether you are here on business or pleasure, we will ensure you experience a personalized, comfortable and relaxing visit. Start to unwind after your journey by enjoying a welcoming drink with homemade cake. You will find your room warm and luxurious. Feel pampered with thick, fluffy towels in your en-suite and soft, crisp linen on your sumptuous bed. The nights are so quiet you may find it difficult to get up for breakfast, a leisurely affair in the south facing dining room overlooking the garden. Choose from a varied selection of freshly cooked, locally sourced and homemade produce.

Our Facilities

  • Free Parking
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Bridal Suite
  • Wifi Available
  • Luxury Accommodation
  • Vegetarian Food Available
  • Romantic Breaks
  • Country Retreat

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Attractions - Windbrake House

St Vincent College - University

St Vincent College - University

Distance 1.39 miles (2.23 km)
St Vincent College is a sixth form college in Gosport, Hampshire. It opened in September 1987 and current has around 1,100 full time students on roll and a similar number of part time students. The college offers a wide range of courses, including more than 40 AS and A levels, GCSEs, BTEC, OCR and City & Guilds.

Fort Brockhurst - Hampshire - Castle

Fort Brockhurst - Hampshire - Castle

Distance 2.14 miles (3.42 km)
Fort Brockhurst

Designed in the 19th century, this fort was built to protect Portsmouth with its formidable fire power. Largely unaltered, the parade ground, gun ramps and moated keep can all be viewed. The fort is also available for private hire.

International College Portsmouth - University

International College Portsmouth - University

Distance 2.77 miles (4.43 km)
<p>International College Portsmouth (ICP) is situated in the centre of a beautiful and cosmopolitan South Coast city and provides pathway courses for international students wishing to study at the University of Portsmouth. Situated in the centre of the campus, ICP is an associate college of the University and, upon successful completion of their ICP studies, all students have guaranteed progression to a University of Portsmouth degree course.
<p>ICP provides expert teaching in small classes and subjects currently offered include Business, Engineering, Law, Science, Mathematics, Computing and Creative Technologies.

Portsmouth Centre - Town Centre

Portsmouth Centre - Town Centre

Distance 2.91 miles (4.66 km)
Portsmouth has been home to the Royal Navy for over five hundred years. The historic dockyard contains Nelson's flagship HMS Victory alongside HMS Warrior, the first iron clad battleship. The Royal Naval Museum has the remains of Henry VIII's warship the Mary Rose, which was raised from the seabed in 1982. It was also in Portsmouth that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created the world renowned detective "Sherlock Holmes". Portsmouth is also host to the continental Ferry Port. No visit to Southern England is complete without a fun day out at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.

Southsea Castle - Hampshire - Castle

Southsea Castle - Hampshire - Castle

Distance 3.06 miles (4.9 km)
Southsea Castle was built by Henry VIII between 1544 and 1545 to protect Portsmouth against possible French invasion. Its revolutionary design provided for the most efficient use of guns in attack or defence now that artillery dominated warfare. In the early 19th century, the castle was substantially altered to accommodate extra guns and a larger garrison of 200 men. The most significant addition of this period was an underground tunnel around the moat, which you can still enter. The castle was only withdrawn from active service in 1960. In our amazing Time Tunnel the Ghost of the Castle's first master gunner guides you through the most dramatic scenes from the castle's eventful history.