The George Hotel
George Name


If you want to experience

history then you've got it all

right here on our doorstep!


Or, if you just want to relax

between meetings, Continental Ferry stopovers or

corporate events, then

The George Hotel is for you!


(Secure parking in Historic Dockyard
car park at 50% discount )


Tel. 02392 753885




The hotel is just 300 yards from Portsmouth Harbour Railway Station where you can also board the Gosport Ferry or the WightLink fast catamaran to Ryde in the Isle of Wight. The M275 motorway is just ½ mile away providing rapid access to Southampton, London and the countryside. The Continental Ferry Port is just a mile away with Brittany Ferries going to many destinations in France and

Condor Ferries going to the beautiful Channel Islands.
This historic area has many attractions. The hotel is conveniently situated just yards from the Historic Dockyard with it's museums and collection of historic ships including the first ironclad - HMS Warrior, Nelson's own flagship - HMS Victory and the oldest of them all - Henry VIII's flagship the Mary Rose. The famous
Royal Marines Museum is just 3 miles away too.
There's places to visit that will appeal to all ages and tastes, Gunwharf Quays with it's shopping centre and the stunning 170m Spinnaker Tower with 3 viewing decks from which you can see into the next counties and over to the
Isle of Wight or you can simply enjoy the beautiful Hampshire and West Sussex countryside. You are also on the doorstep of the newly created
South Downs National Park with it's picturesque rural villages and rolling hills.

Join your fellow guests in the large public bar with it's walls festooned with historic paintings. All this, combined with it's friendly atmosphere, means you'll be assured of a relaxing stay at The George Hotel.

Visit the world of Nelson and the great sea warriors at The George Hotel.
Historic Dockyard
Spinnaker Tower
Mary Rose
Brittany Ferries
Royal Marines Museum
Isle of Wight
Condor Ferries


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