Hayling Island Sailing Club
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|MOTH INTERNATIONAL 2014 International Moth National Championship
|116 Boats||Jul 2014|
|OPTIMIST Harbour Chandlers Optimist Open - Main Fleet
|82 Boats||June 2014|
|OPTIMIST Harbour Chandlers Optimist Open - Main Fleet
|82 Boats||June 2014|
|OPTIMIST Harbour Chandlers Optimist Open - Regatta Fleet
|43 Boats||June 2014|
|RS300 RS300 Southern Championships
|13 Boats||June 2014|
|Newtown House Hotel||Hayling Island||£85.00|
|Waratah Lodge Bed & Breakfast||Hants||£47|
|The Langstone Hotel Portsmouth||Portsmouth||£79.20|
|Travelodge Chichester Emsworth||£49|
|Premier Inn Portsmouth (Havant)||Havant||£55|
|The White Lodge||Southsea||£84.53|
|Brimfast House Bed and Breakfast||Nr Chichester||£30|
|2||The Ship Hotel||Chichester||All bedrooms and the newly opened cottage have recently been refurbished with superb furnishings and... More..|
All bedrooms and the newly opened cottage have recently been refurbished with superb furnishings and ultra comfy beds in this centrally located beautiful Grade 2 listed 18th century building just a few moments from the Chichester Festival Theatre, the Cathedral and an abundance of retail outlets. The Ship Hotel has recently been awarded an AA rosette for culinary excellence and is the only restaurant within the city walls to hold such an accolade. All rooms are en suite some have beautiful Georgian features and overlook North Street, Priory Park or over the rooftops towards the cathedral. The restaurant and bar are popular for relaxed dining with a very comprehensive all fresh menu served throughout the day and evening. Pre theatre dinners available. The hotel prides itself on its friendly and attentive staff and levels of service. Area Information: With a fantastic central location with its own car park, The Ship Hotel is a great base from which to discover Chichester and explore the beautiful Sussex landscape and coastline. There is plenty to do and see in the region, from the sheltered waters of Chichester Harbour to the sandy beaches of The Witterings. You could visit Goodwood House, famous for horse racing and Festival of Speed motor racing. Fishbourne Roman Palace hosts Britain's largest collection of in situ mosaics. Petworth House and Park has an internationally important art collection. Stansted Park and Uppark House and Garden are some of the South's most beautiful stately homes. Tangmere Aviation Museum houses a historic military flying collection. West Dean Gardens and Estate is home to many training courses on Britain's artistic and rural heritage and the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum is a centre of traditional rural buildings. The hotel is just a 5-minute walk from the internationally acclaimed Chichester Festival Theatre, one of the UK's flagship theatres. Important information Guests who wish to pay by cash must produce a positive means of identification such as a driving license or passport.
|3||Seaview Hotel||Isle of Wight||Warm and welcoming. The Seaview is a one-off, an informal hotel by the sea where couples of all ages... More..|
Warm and welcoming. The Seaview is a one-off, an informal hotel by the sea where couples of all ages, families and groups of friends will feel equally at home. Service and style go hand in hand at The Seaview, in surroundings classic yet contemporary. The ideal place to wind down and relax, The Seaview is an attractive Victorian retreat in the picturesque Isle of Wight sailing village of the same name. A hotel since 1898 and set within the oasis of calm that is the village of Seaview the Hotel offers twenty-eight bedrooms and suites each with their own unique style, design and finish. Each one has that touch of luxury and individuality you would expect to enjoy from the original boutique Hotel by the sea. The Seaview is now included in the 'Top Ten Family Hotels in the UK' in the Good Hotel Guide for 2009 and was awarded 82% by the AA for the Hotel Guide 2010. Rapidly reasserting itself as one of the Island's finest dining venues, The Seaview offers a range of dining, serving an outstanding menu of great British dishes, using produce from our very own farm, awarded 2AA Rosettes in the dining room along with Island Dining Pub of the Year by the Good Pub Guide for the bars. To avoid confusion we only have our rooms available to book online.
|4||The Royal Oak Inn||Chichester||We'd love to welcome you to our 200 year old Inn that now boasts 6 luxurious and individual room... More..|
We'd love to welcome you to our 200 year old Inn that now boasts 6 luxurious and individual rooms plus two fully serviced 2 bedroom cottages all converted with loving care from the original barns and cottage buildings. As we are grade 2 listed we have a rather quirky feel everything is unique and everything is individual. We believe in the best so our sheets are beautifully laundered in crisp white cotton and all our furnishings - a mixture of antique and contemporary are chosen to suit each room. We dont have themes because we dont believe we need them but as you will find out the room names and numbers are related to their individual style. Leather armchairs and widescreen tvs abound and of course each room has its own bathroom with power showers and large baths. Special toiletries and bathrobes go without saying. Our Food draws people from all over, the Modern British menu offers classy renditions of pub classics such as Beer Battered Cod and Hand Cut Chips or 28 day aged Sirloin Steak with home made Bearnaise, plus we use local ingredients - Selsey Crab and Diver caught scallops to create dishes with a contemporary twist. Do look on our website for our current menu which changes every couple of months. The daily blackboard specials focus on seasonal dishes reflecting what is available and these change each day. Well behaved children are welcome and we will happily provide smaller portions to suit. Around and about Chichester Festival Theatre is 10 minutes away as are Goodwood, West Dean House and Gardens, Chichester Town and Cathedral, the medieval market town of Midhust, Petworth and Uppark. The Sussex Coast with the Witterings nature reserve is about 25 minutes dirve so why not build up an appetite with a fabulous walk along the beach!
|5||Rijnstroom IV||Isle of Wight||Historic 90ft Dutch Barge available for Bed & Breakfast Accommodation and Self Catering Holidays... More..|
Historic 90ft Dutch Barge available for Bed & Breakfast Accommodation and Self Catering Holidays in Bembridge on the Isle of Wight. Moored at a private pontoon on the beautifully scenic Bembridge Harbour, Rijnstroom IV, is a 90ft long by 18ft wide original Dutch barge built in Rotterdam, Holland in 1922. Constructed from Iron and Steel she weighs 140 tons. Originally she was used for transporting grain and other heavy goods around the canals and waterways of Holland. Later, after being commandeered by the German army, she was used for transporting munitions along the Rhine during World War 2. She was imported into the UK in December 1982 and moored at Sunderland Wharf in the Northeast of England. She was transferred to the River Hamble on the South coast of England in 1991 and then onto the Isle of Wight in 2004, where she was moored at the Odessa Marina, Newport. Finally after being purchased by her present owners in September 2006, she was transferred to Island Harbour on the river Medina and then onto her current home at Bembridge Harbour, where she has undergone extensive alterations and renovations to become a very popular holiday destination. Wheelhouse The accommodation comprises an entrance from the starboard side into the Wheelhouse. This is situated above the engine room and contains all the engine, navigation and helm controls. It has a large comfy bench seat offering stunning panoramic views across the Solent to Portsmouth and surrounding landscape. She also has stairways to the Saloon and the Captains cabin. Captains Cabin Snugly situated at the stern of the barge behind the wheel house. This cabin offers a double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers, bench seat and has its own shower and toilet. Saloon Spacious, open plan living area which is comfortably furnished with 3 sofas. A fold away dining table provides seating for 12 people with a further 6 places around the Breakfast Bar in the Galley. There is a colour television, DVD player, Video player and stereo sound system for guests to use as well as numerous films and books. Galley Situated at the end of the saloon, it is a modern fully fitted and very well equipped kitchen which benefits from a fridge/ freezer, microwave, oven and hob, full place settings for 18 people. Owners Suite Situated in the bow of the barge, comprising two cabins both tastefully decorated and furnished. The Masters Cabin with double bed and the First Mates Cabin with twin beds. Boatswains Cabin A snug compact cabin with double bed, wardrobe and bedside table. Crew Cabin Containing twin full-size bunks, bedside tables and wardrobe. Bathroom 1 Fully equipped with hot and cold water, full size bath, shower, wash basin and flush toilet. Bathroom 2 Fully equipped with hot and cold water, shower, wash basin and flush toilet. Sundeck Externally, the barge has a huge sundeck in front of the wheelhouse. It has a large wooden table with ample bench seats and easy chairs. It also has a gas BBQ. All cabins benefit from ample natural light, central heating via radiators and mains power.