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This Roman coastal garrison has never stopped growing and is today one of Britain's major container ports. Southampton was badly damaged by bombing in the Second World War but made a successful recovery in the 1950s. Alongside its medieval remains a modern city has grown up, with a lively university and reinvigorated industrial sector.
Tourist attractions Southampton : Things to see and do
After razing 36 parishes near Winchester Castle to the ground, William the Conqueror had a royal forest devoted to hunting planted in the area. Heavy penalties were inflicted on whoever was found harming the trees or the deer. The Crown finally gave ..
This majestic drive is lined with trees planted in 1859. Today they make up Britain's finest collections of adult conifers. Some of the Douglas firs and sequoias are over 50m tall.
This splendid 19C drive features a large number of magnificent adult trees, particularly oak and beech. Paths lead off from the drive to observation platforms from which visitors can admire the stag in paddocks. Further on down the drive, the oak and..
34 - 35 High Street GB - SOUTHAMPTON SO14 2HN
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The Mercure Southampton Centre Dolphin is a 4 Star hotel that has stood in the heart of the city for over 500 years. Perfectly located near the main port it provides a great base to stay before and after your cruise or trip to the Isle of Wight. With..
6 Dials, New Road GB - Southampton SO14 0AB
This Premier Inn offers modern, spacious rooms in Southampton’s lively city centre. The on-site restaurant serves all-you-can-eat breakfasts, and the West Quay Shopping Centre is 0.6 miles away. Premier Inn Southampton City Centre is just 5 minutes'..
13-14 Terminus Terrace GB - Southampton SO14 3DT
Flying Dutchman Hotel is located in the heart of historic Southampton, 2 minutes’ walk from bustling Oxford Street. It offers a stylish restaurant and lounge bar and luxurious rooms with free WiFi. Rooms at Flying Dutchman are individually decorated..
High St GB - SO31 4HA Hamble-le-Rice
Set in a charming spot in a quaint little village, this Grade II listed building is popular with the sailing community and has views over the marina. Menus offer soups, salads and sandwiches, small plates and traditional pub dishes.
28 Oxford St GB - SO14 3DJ Southampton
Eye-catching black pub with vast windows and a smart pavement terrace, set in the lively maritime district. Choose between all day tapas-style small plates or meaty dishes on the modern British à la carte. Smart modern bedrooms, named after White Sta..
High St GB - SO32 3PA Droxford
Proudly run, charming village pub with leather sofas, a roaring log fire and walls hung with old beer adverts, Victorian photographs and stag heads. Unfussy, filling dishes rely on local produce, with veg grown by the owners and bread baked daily in-..