5 Great Places For Easter!

The Easter hols are upon us! Take the boredom out of the next few weeks and get out there!


The Spinnaker Tower, Portsmouth



At an impressive 170 metres above Portsmouth Harbour and the Solent, the Spinnaker Tower is taller than the London Eye, Blackpool Tower and Big Ben.

The Tower stands proud over one of the most fascinating seascapes in the world. Situated on the waterfront at Gunwharf Quays, it offers amazing 350º panoramic views of Portsmouth Harbour, the South coast and the Isle of Wight, with views stretching out for up to 23 miles – breathtaking by day and a glittering sea of lights by night.

There are 3 view decks to explore including Cafe in the Clouds at 105 metres above sea level, plus a gift shop and Waterfront Cafe on ground level.

You can also benefit with money off from the Town Or Country Discount Card!


Camp Beaumont, Isle Of Wight


There are holiday clubs and then there is Camp Beaumont! 

They’ve been running camps for over 30 years, with the aim of exciting each individual and having a great time. The Camp Beaumont experience is unique to every individual, a place of unlimited possibility and action-packed adventures that inspire young people and help them build confidence and independence while having the time of their lives.

From activity day camps during the school holidays to action-adventure holidays, Camp Beaumont offers experiences to suit every parent and child including on the Isle Of Wight.

Surrounded by 100-acres of open fields and natural

woodland, our cliff-top site overlooks the sandy beach at Whitecliff Bay. A campus-style centre with boundary fencing and security gates, access to the beach is always supervised and our guests sleep in 4-12 bed dorms, with optional en-suites.


The Mary Rose, Portsmouth


The Mary Rose is a Tudor ship, built in 1510. In service for 34 years. Sank in 1545. Discovered in 1971. Raised in 1982. Now in the final stages of conservation, she takes her place in a stunning and unique museum.

After years of planning, fundraising and building, the new museum opened to the public on the 31st May 2013. Packed with fascinating artefacts and plenty to enjoy, the museum is a wonderful day out for all the family. If you want a taste of pure English history then this is the place to be. 

Once inside the museum, it takes between 90 to 120 minutes to go round, but you can take as long as you like. Please be aware that during school holidays we will be very busy, so expect some queues.

Why not make a day of it? There is plenty to do in the Historic Dockyard. Including Action Stations, HMS Warrior plus many more!


High Tea, Grand Cafe, Southampton



Nothing beats an afternoon tea. Tiers of freshly made sarnies, delicious cakes and a pot of fine English tea. That is what you get at the Grand Cafe, Southampton. Situated at the bottom of Oxford street and in the historic South Western House (we have properties here) you will not be disappointed with this delectable selection!

Book in advance – it gets busy in the holidays.

You can also benefit with money off from the Town Or Country Discount Card!


Hill Head Beach, nr Fareham

© Basher Eyre

This award winning shingle beach is the perfect place to chill, relax and have family fun. Situated on the south coast near Fareham it is the perfect place for walks along promenade and adjacent large grass area. Also at The Haven Nature ReserveSSI areas nearby. Beach is Site of Special Scientific Interest with important wildlife habitats and many brent geese.

Ben Glover 


Glove Box Media Co.



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