Cosy and stylish apartment for 2.

Number Nine is a cosy and stylish, well equipped, self catering accommodation in Alverstoke, Gosport. 5 minutes walk away from the Stokes Bay beach and Alverstoke village. Close to Gosport Town centre with transport links to Portsmouth and beyond.

The accommodation is very comfortable, lovely and light. Previous guests always comment on how cosy it is. Newly refurbished you'll find designer pieces mixed with quirky and vintage finds. You'll find our favourite artwork on the walls and well-thumbed books in the bookcase. Enjoy the latest magazines, small DVD collection, free wifi and Sky tv with Sky Sports. Every detail has been thought of to ensure a wonderful, luxurious stay.

Your accommodation consists of an open-plan living space. With a comfy sofa and squishy cushions, a vintage pouffe to get those feet up! A neat table and chairs.. Along with a flat screen tv with Sky. You will find a dvd player and an ipod dock. Feel free to choose a film from our library or to use the complimentary wifi.

The mini-kitchen has a fridge, ceramic halogen hob and a microwave which multifunctions as a convection oven and grill, plus everything you need for tea and coffee.

The bedroom is accessed through the living area. It has a comfy, king size bed with anti allergenic duck down duvet and luxurious bed linen.

The ensuite shower room is small but perfectly formed with big fluffy towels, robes and toiletries.

Prices and Booking

Number Nine is available all year round. Sleeps a maximum of 2 people.
There is a minimum stay of 3 nights. 
A discount may be offered for bookings of 4 weeks or more.
Please contact us for prices and availability to discuss your stay.
For stays of longer than a week we will change bed linen and clean the apartment.

The apartment is perfect for up to 2 people. It is purely for adults no babies, children or pets.

The Area

Number Nine is in a lovely location. Situated in Alverstoke, Gosport. At the end of the road you have the beautiful award winning Crescent Gardens. 2 minutes walk away you have Stokes Bay beach. An award winning picnic spot! Perfect to watch the sunset. Alverstoke Village is in walking distance with a convenience store, pub, restaurant, a great fish and chip shop, chinese restaurant, post office, tea rooms and more!

Gosport Town Centre is a 4 minute drive or 20-30 minute walk away. From Gosport Town Centre you can take a passenger ferry to Portsmouth and it's train station (7 minute journey) runs everyday from 05:30am - midnight.

Getting Around

There is a bus stop a short walk away.
There is on road parking outside the property.

If you’re using a sat nav then the post code is PO12 2DA.

M27 Southbound. Leave the M27 at junction 11, then at Wallington Roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A27. At Quay Street Roundabout branch left, then merge onto the A32. At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A32. Keep in the right hand lane onto Newgate Lane. At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Newgate Lane – B3385. At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Newgate Lane – B3385. At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Manor Way. At traffic lights veer left onto Cherque Way. At roundabout straight over, continue onto Cherque Way. At traffice lights turn left onto Privett Road. Take next right onto Browndown Road. At roundabout take 2nd exit onto Stokes Bay Road. At roundabout take first exit onto Anglesey Road. Take next right onto Crescent Road. Take next left onto St Marks Road. Number Nine can be found halfway down the road on the right.


Tripadvisor Reviews

“We had a lovely stay at Number Nine in May! It was seamless in organising and getting/returning keys - everything worked perfectly, wifi included and clear instructions for everything. The flat is beautifully furnished, with lovely detailings (Molton Brown toiletries!) and we really appreciated some food essentials to start our weekend! I'd definitely recommend Number Nine to anyone looking for a small break - it was a little home from home for us, thank you Claire for making us feel so comfortable!”

“It would be hard to find a more perfect place to stay. I couldn't have wished for more. The decor is lovely, attention to detail in every room, beautifully furnished throughout and exceptionally clean. Located on the outskirts of Gosport in the charming Alverstoke village. The apartment is a short walk from the village centre, and one of my favourite beaches, Stokes Bay is just a short stroll away. I highly recommend number nine, a charming place with a gracious host.”

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Out and about - locally

Gosport Town Centre is a 4 minute drive or 20-30 minute walk away. From Gosport Town Centre you can take a passenger ferry to Portsmouth (7 minute journey) runs everyday from 05:30am - midnight.  After Midnight a smaller boat operates on certain days.

Gosport has many attractions. If museums are your thing we have the diving, submarine, Explosion! and Gosport museums. The Gosport Gallery has monthly exhibitions.

Explosion! is an award winning museum of naval warfare created within 18th century buildings at the Royal Navy's former armaments depot of Priddy's Hard, in Gosport, Hampshire.

The Diving Museum
Gosport is the home of the global diving industry. The co-inventor of the diving helmet, John Deane, lived in Gosport from 1835 to 1845 during which time he discovered the Mary Rose. The first diving helmet ever sold by the inventors was to a Gosport mariner, Henry Abbinett. Gosport represents a natural home for the country's premier historical diving museum.

Royal Navy Submarine Museum
Come on board. Share the secret of living under the sea. Newly restored after £7m refit and ready for patrol! Assault all of your sense by walking on board HMS Alliance, the only remaining WW2 era British ocean going submarine.

Historic Dockyard
Visit the unique and award winning Mary Rose Museum. Explore the vast war ship of HMS Warrior 1860. Walk the decks of the iconic HMS Victory. And more!

Gunwharf Quays
Across the water to Portsmouth is Gunwharf Quays. A popular destination. Home to 30 bars, restaurants and cafes, over 90 shops, a Vue cinema, bowling alley, contemporary art gallery, gym and casino.

Spinnaker Tower
Whilst at Gunwharf Quays a visit to the Spinnaker Tower is a must. Experience the stunning views from this unique tower.

Lee on the Solent
Wander along the seafront, stopping for an ice-cream (whatever the weather!). Browse the independent shops, bars and cafes.

Hill Head
A lovely beach and a row of beach huts! Wander the wild grounds or fish for a bit!

Contact us

Number Nine
9 St Marks Road
PO12 2DA

Telephone: 07803 388277

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