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Attractions near Mariners Cottage

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Staunton Country Park (2 Miles)*
At Staunton Country Park there is something for all the family, including farm, follies and fabulous glasshouses.
Fishbourne Roman Palace (5 Miles)*
Fishbourne's impressive remains came to light in 1960 when a new water main cut into the previously unsuspected foundations and mosaics.
Chichester Cathedral (6 Miles)*
For 900 years Chichester Cathedral has stood at the heart of Chichester. Each generation has left its mark on the Cathedral, so this magnificent building has unique architecture ranging from original Norman features to the towering Victorian Spire.
Royal Marines Museum (6 Miles)*
The Royal Marines Museum celebrates the history of the Royal Marines from their origins in 1664 as Sea Soldiers through to their roles in Trafalgar, China, the Falklands and the Gulf with a series of interactive displays.
Pallant House Gallery (7 Miles)*
A contemporary wing adjoining a Queen Anne townhouse holding one of the best collections of Modern British art in the country.
Chichester District Museum (7 Miles)*
Chichester District Museum, housed in an eighteenth century corn store, explores the history of Chichester and District.
Uppark House and Garden (7 Miles)*
Like many National Trust properties, Uppark House is not just about the historic house and gardens, but also the fascinating lives of those who have lived there.
Portsmouth City Museum & Records (8 Miles)*
Stroll through a 17th century Stuart bedroom, a 19th century Dockworker's kitchen, an art deco dining room and a 1950's living room.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard (8 Miles)*
No visit to Southern England is complete without a great day out at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
Mary Rose Museum (8 Miles)*
During action in 1545, Henry VIII's favourite warship, the Mary Rose, sank in the Solent with over 400 men on board. 437 years later, the world held its breath as she was finally recovered.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Mariners Cottage
Emsworth (< 1 Mile)*
Emsworth is a picturesque little fishing village with narrow streets, Georgian houses, high walled gardens and swans on the mill pond. Emsworth was the home of PG Wodehouse.
Warblington (1 Mile)*
Once an old Saxon village, Warblington is now pretty much deserted. All that remains are the ruins of a 16th century castle, standing alone in a farmer's field.
Langstone (2 Miles)*
The Ship Inn and the Royal Oak on the harbour side at Langstone are said to have once been smuggler's haunts.
Havant (2 Miles)*
Once a leading leather, glove and parchment-making centre, Havant evolved around an ancient network of springs and an old Roman crossroads which linked Arundel to Winchester and Hayling Island to Rowlands Castle.
Bedhampton (3 Miles)*
The village of Bedhampton is now a conservation area, with country lanes and winding streams. Still standing is the Norman church of St. Thomas the Apostle and also the Old Mill House where John Keats once stayed.
Hayling Island (3 Miles)*
Bosham (4 Miles)*
King Harold sailed from Bosham to visit Duke William, before the Norman invasion of 1066.
West Itchenor (4 Miles)*
The pretty village of West Itchenor is just southwest of Chichester, in a delightful area of West Sussex.
South Hayling (4 Miles)*
West Wittering (5 Miles)*
The delightful village of West Wittering lies in a beautiful part of West Sussex, close to endless stretches of untamed beach and windblown sand dunes.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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