Leave the M275 and follow signs for Old Portsmouth. If you follow the one-way system, you’ll pass right by the pub. Parking in the area is typically limited to two hours, although there is a car park on the other side of the point allowing for longer stays.Driving Directions
We're just a short walk from the Broad Street Terminus stop, served by the route to/from Portsmouth Cathedral.
Portsmouth harbour station is our nearest main-line train station.
While you’re in Old Portsmouth, The Hot Walls art studios is well worth a look - and naval and maritime enthusiasts will enjoy a trip round Portsmouth’s historic dockyard, home to The Warrior (Britain’s first iron-clad warship) and Nelson’s famous flagship, The Victory.
Boat enthusiasts may also be interested in BAR - the headquarters of Ben Ainslie, the most successful Olympic sailor of all time.
Elsewhere in Portsmouth, there’s the ever-popular Gunwharf Qays, Spinnaker Tower and a myriad of museums to keep the whole family entertained.