We offer family run self catering accommodation in the district of Woolston in Southampton as an alternative to a hotel or B&B so guests have the freedom to come and go as the wish and also save considerably on constantly eating out which can become tiresome after a few days and not to mention the expense!
Victoria-mews is located on the main street on the eastern side of the city in the riverside district of Woolston at the eastern end of the river Itchen Toll Bridge with some views toward Southampton docks and the cruise liners and also the city centre.
For the comfort of guests all rooms are non smoking and en-suite and also fully serviced daily including bed linen and towels all rooms are equipped with microwave, fridge, kettle, toaster, TV, crockery & cutlery, some have a cooker and washing machine.
We also have plenty of off road parking at the rear of our property.
Southampton has much interesting history with the medieval part of the old walled town making an interesting walk which can also include the Titanic Trail which visits some sites connected to the famous ship, we have one of the largest shopping areas in the south at The West Quay shopping Centre with all the best known stores represented including cinemas and restaurants.
Guest may wish to take the ferry over to the Isle of Wight, the ferry is only a short distance from us at the Town Quay, the car ferry takes approx 1 hour and the high-speed craft only 20 mins,
The New Forest is also only a short ferry journey away with the ferry also leaving from the Town Quay and taking only 10/15 mins to the village of Hythe on the edge of the New Forest which has a weekly market and one of the longest piers with a small railway that delivers passengers to and from the ferry, In fact from Hythe guests can visit other New Forest attractions such as Lymington, Lyndhurst, and Beaulieu with its motor museum.
Within 1 hour of our property is Salisbury, Winchester, Portsmouth, Bournemouth, Andover, New Forest, Isle of Wight, and much more. Woolston has some history of its own as the birth place of the famous world war 2 Battle of Britain fighter plane the Supemarine Spitfire, and also the famous Vosper Thorneycroft Shipyard which produced warships for many nations for over a century, as a result of these factors Woolston was a prized target during ww2 and suffered heavily, our own building being a casualty with many adjoining properties being completely demolished and many lives lost, there is a memorial monument to RJ Mitchell the designer of the Spitfire only a few meters around the corner from us at the site of the original factory of which the old slipway still survives today much to the relief of local fishermen and kids alike.
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