Eversley Guest House

Guest House in Southampton, Hampshire

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Eversley, Kanes Hill
SO19 6AJ

Eversley Guest House, Southampton

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Accommodation Description:

Eversley Guesthouse is situated in the Eastern suburb of Southampton, we are a friendly, family run guesthouse. The decor and furnishing is to a very high standard, all rooms are en-suite with power showers, hospitality trays, Freeview television, and complimentary Broadband Wi-Fi access.

Eversley Guesthouse is a friendly, warm and very comfortable destination for visitors to Southampton and surrounding areas. With only a short drive to the premier Southcoast shopping centre of Southampton and the Ferry and the Oceanliner terminals. Eversley Guesthouse is situated close to the Rosebowl Cricket Ground, with easy access to the M27.

We cater for business users and leisure visitors alike. The accomodation has been totally refurbished to a high standard and provides all rooms with en-suite facilities including power showers. We take pride in serving our traditional full English breakfast, which we can guarantee guests will enjoy.

Breakfast is served in the ground floor dining room.

 4 star rating

From: £55.00

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