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The Brimar Guest House

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6.1km from city centre - Show on Map
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No rating 148
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

We are a local bed and breakfast guesthouse with 21 newly refurnished rooms and self-catering facilities...... More...

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About Southampton

A major port town known as the cruise capital of Europe, Southampton on England's southern coast has a combination of historic architecture, culture and sports. There are inspiring art galleries to wander around and museums that explore the city's medieval past and connection to the Titanic. Surrounded by water from two rivers, you'll also find parks and outdoor spaces that make Southampton one of the greenest cities in England. The busy student scene means there are plenty of pubs, bars and clubs come nightfall.

Hostels in Southampton come in several styles, including a guesthouse and a contemporary apartment to rent. You can meet other travellers in communal lounges and shared kitchens, or unwind in outdoor spaces when the south-coast sun comes out. At many Southampton hostels, you'll find handy features like free Wi-Fi and en-suite rooms for a little luxury. Hostels offering free breakfasts of continental buffets and complimentary hot drinks throughout the day can help keep your budget in check.

Neighbourhoods here range from the medieval walls and cobbled streets of the 800 year-old Old Town to the contemporary Cultural Quarter. This regenerated centre is busy with art, entertainment venues and event spaces. Swaythling and Bassett, home to the University of Southampton campus, have a student vibe that means bars and clubs as well as sports centres. If you like to be by the water, Ocean Village (once Southampton’s original docks) offers a revived marina with restaurants and bars along the waterfront.

From history and art to sports, there's plenty to do here. Check out SeaCity Museum for exhibits on the Titanic, which departed from the docks in 1912, or immerse yourself in centuries of history at the timber-framed Tudor House. Out on the water, take a tour of the Solent on the SS Shieldhall or learn to sail with a Royal Yachting Association course. Sports fans can support the Saints at a match at Southampton Football Club or watch world-class cricket at the Ageas Bowl.

The city is well set up for travel by air, sea and land. Southampton International Airport connects with cities across the UK and Europe and is just 7 minutes by train from Southampton Central Station. You can get around town by bus once you're here, or hire a bike to see the city at your own pace. The nearby Isle of Wight is accessible via the high-speed Red Funnel ferry from Town Quay, and there are trains throughout the day heading to other popular cities in England, like London and Brighton.