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Travelodge Hotel Emsworth Star Rating 2        
A27 Eastbound, Emsworth, Nr. Havant

This basic budget hotel is a 3-mile drive from Emsworth train station and 9 miles from the Chichester Festival Theatre. The HMS Victory warship museum is 10 miles away.The straightforward rooms provide limited free Wi-Fi, TVs, tea and coffeemaking facilities, and en suite bathrooms with showers.
Jingles Hotel Emsworth Star Rating 4        
73 & 77 Horndean Road

Set on an acre of grounds adjacent to farmland, this classic B&B in a Victorian house with a modern annexe is 0.7 miles from the Emsworth train station and a mile from the centre of town.The traditional rooms all include en suite bathrooms, and have flat-screen TVs and free WiFi, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Hollybank House Star Rating 4        
Hollybank Lane

Set 2.6 miles from the Stansted Park, this quaint B&B in an 1825 Georgian country house is also 7 miles from the Kingley Vale National Nature Reserve, and 8 miles from the Fishbourne Roman Palace.Featuring old-world accents and garden views, the bright, country-style rooms also include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
B&B Millers House Star Rating 3.5        
8 New Brighton Road

In a modern redbrick home on 1.5 acres of landscaped grounds, this upmarket guesthouse is a 5-minute walk from Emsworth train station and 7 minutes' walk from an Italian restaurant.With both contemporary and traditional decor, the 4 upscale rooms have free WiFi, flat-screen TVs and heated floors, as well as en suite bathrooms with black granite tile and rainfall showerheads; 2 feature private patios with seating.
The Crown Hotel Emsworth Star Rating 3        
8 High Street

Facing the town square and surrounded by shops, this 16th-century coaching inn is a 7-minute walk from Emsworth train station and a 1-hour train ride from Brighton.The 9 simple, traditional rooms have flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking equipment and free WiFi; 2 share a bathroom.Classic fare is served in the on-site pub with exposed brick, oak beams and patio tables.
Emsworth Studio        
6 New Brighton Rd

Emsworth Studio offers accommodation in Emsworth. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property and free private parking is available on site.Each room includes a flat-screen TV, blu-ray player and DVD player.
The Coach House Emsworth        
The Coach House, Whitechimney Row, Westbourne

The Coach House Emsworth is situated in Emsworth and is close to the area's tourist attractions.The Coach House Emsworth offers a comfortable apartment, designed to fit the requirements of any traveller.The property is within walking distance of South Downs National Park.
Ariane Luxury Motor Yacht        
Emsworth Yacht Harbour, Thorney Road

Situated in Emsworth, Ariane Luxury Motor Yacht is located an easy drive from Havant and Portsmouth. It also offers bicycle rental.Ariane Luxury Motor Yacht provides a comfortable lodging, equipped to fit the requirements of any traveller.
Seahorses        
20 Quinton Fields

Less than 20 minutes' walk from Emsworth Railway Station, Seahorses offers guests an ideal base when in Emsworth.Seahorses offers a comfortable lodging, equipped to fit the requirements of any traveller.The vacation rental provides easy access to South Downs National Park.
The Old Dairy Farm B&B Star Rating 2        
Long Copse Lane

The Old Dairy Farm is a newly built, beautifully furnished Bed and Breakfast . Set in 16 acres of grazing land and surrounded by the beautiful woods of Hollybank we offer a quiet peaceful location which is within easy access to Emsworth town centre, Stansted, Goodwood, Chichester, Portsmouth and the surrounding area. All rooms are en-suite consisting of three kingsize doubles and one twins which can be made into superkings via zip and link bedsThe Old Dairy Farm's rooms are individually and tastefully decorated to a high standard.
 
 
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Emsworth is a small town in Hampshire on the south coast of England, near the border of West Sussex. It lies at the north end of an arm of Chichester Harbour, a large and shallow inlet from the English Channel.