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Royal Haslar

Living at Royal Haslar

Overall we plan to deliver a massive 3,000 sq.m. (33,000 sq.ft.) of community facilities including a gym, pool, restaurant, retail and medical centre; all within the grounds of Royal Haslar. 

With outstanding architecture and amenities, residents will enjoy the convenience of on-site facilities along with stunning sea views and tranquil landscaped gardens.

The surrounding area offers something for everyone, from vibrant cities to beaches and National Parks. With plenty of options for day trips, weekend breaks and family holidays, both close to home and further afield, you'll be spoilt for choice.

Welcome An exceptional quality of life

Join a vibrant community in a beautifully landscaped development with on-site retail, health and leisure facilities. Currently under construction in the vaults underneath Royal Haslar is a Romanesque thermal suite. Indulge yourself in this subterranean sanctuary.

Landscaped Gardens Space to relax & unwind

With acres of open spaces, tree-lined lawns and a private waterfront walkway on its southern boundary; residents of Royal Haslar can enjoy a range of tranquil walks without even leaving the property.

A short drive away are the natural attractions of Denny Wood in the stunning New Forest National Park, The South Downs Way National Trail and Blackwater Valley. There’s a lot to explore throughout the county within easy distance of Royal Haslar.

Haslar Marina Sail the Solent!

Royal Haslar is located right on the waterfront and the local area boasts 35 beautiful beaches from which you can pick from and explore at your leisure. From enjoying fish and chips at Milford-on-sea beach, to taking in the breath-taking views of the Isle of Wight from Hill Head beach, life by the sea has never been better.

For the more adventurous, you can sail directly into the Solent from Haslar Marina and enjoy one of the most famous yachting areas in the world ~ a coastline full of beautiful natural harbours, pretty fishing villages and historic ports.

Shops All you need, on your doorstep

Creating a sense of community is what makes Royal Haslar so special. On-property facilities under development include retail facilities and convenience stores for your everyday needs, as well as start-up units for local businesses.

Cafes & Restaurants Savour the moment

From morning coffee & croissants to lazy lunches and dinner with friends, Royal Haslar’s restaurants will suit every taste and occasion.

Medical Centre Priceless peace of mind

The on-site community medical centre couldn’t be more convenient - it’s easily accessible from each of Royal Haslar’s residential buildings.Also under development is care home for the elderly.

Estate management and landscaping will be actively run by a professional property management team dedicated to creating a welcoming environment for all ages and interests.

Hotel Luxury Accommodation

Built in 1899 and opened in 1901 to house medical officers, a planned 78 bedroom boutique hotel located at the centre of the site and will provide excellent accommodation and facilities for visitors, friends & family.

Stokes Bay beach A hidden gem

Stokes Bay is just 5 minutes from Haslar and provides activities for all the family; from walking trails to Lee-on-Solent, Gilkicker Fort, playing fields, sailing clubs, an ice cream parlour and Pebbles Restaurant all with excellent views of the busy Solent and Isle of Wight.

Gosport & Stokes Bay Golf Club A links course with outstanding views

Adjoining Royal Haslar with panoramic views of the Solent, Gosport & Stokes Bay Golf Club is one of the finest courses in the South of England. The friendly club welcomes green-fees and applications for full-time membership.

Bowling Green A sport for all

Bowls is an outdoor game that can be played by all ages, abilities and gender, making it the perfect sport for all members of your family.

Chapel of St. Luke At the heart of Haslar

Completed in 1754, St. Luke's Chapel has served the spiritual needs of Royal Haslar for over 250 years and is open for mass at 11:00am on the 4th Sunday of every month.

A Perfect Location In the heart of the south coast

Royal Haslar's location provides a quiet sanctuary within easy reach of Portsmouth’s vibrant city, with easy access to the beautiful south coast beyond. Portsmouth is just 30 minutes away by road or 5 minutes by ferry.

Well Connected Coming & going

The M27 and M3 are both easy to access from Royal Haslar, while Portsmouth’s rail links are excellent: three trains an hour to London Waterloo (one hour 30 minutes+) and to Southampton (one hour) and its airport. Ferries and catamarans run regularly to the Isle of Wight (20 minutes), France, Channel Islands and Bilbao.

Marinas A rich maritime tradition

Royal Haslar is within easy reach of Portsmouth’s dynamic waterway, and with two world-class marinas on the doorstep, it’s the perfect berth for sailors.

Portsmouth The great waterfront city

From world-class visitor attractions, magnificent theatres, live music venues, museums and galleries, to unique shopping destinations, great places to eat, and miles of beautiful waterfront, Portsmouth offers something for everyone.

The Isle of Wight A slower pace of life

From truly stunning coastlines to unique experiences, the Isle of Wight is the perfect destination at any time of year. There’s a slower pace of life and exploring the country lanes, sandy beaches and tearooms at leisure is a real treat. Just a short hop on the ferry or hovercraft from Portsmouth it's the ideal spot for a day trip or weekend away.

Southampton A diverse city with great connections

Southampton boasts an impressive cultural offering, from museums, music venues and art galleries, to award winning parks and the general hustle and bustle of a diverse city with fantastic shopping facilities. And with Southampton airport's superb regional and European links just 35 minutes away, you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to holidays.

Winchester History, restaurants & shopping

Once England's capital, this stunning medieval city is less than an hour's drive from Haslar. One of the smallest cities in the country, Winchester is a delight to explore on foot. In addition to its imposing cathedral and rich history, the city boasts gourmet restaurants, wonderful local shops and delightful boutique hotels. The perfect spot for a weekend break.

The National Parks Walking & outdoor activities

The gently rolling countryside boasts two national parks: the New Forest and the South Downs. The New Forest, with picturesque villages, miles of trails and its famous wild ponies, is an ideal setting for outdoor activities guaranteed to keep the whole family happy. The South Downs are ideal for walking and soaking up the magnificent coastal views - and it's also home to vineyards producing some fine English sparkling wines.

Chichester Something for everyone

Nestled at the foot of the South Downs, Chichester is surrounded by beautiful countryside, sandy beaches, fishing villages, historical and family attractions, offering incredible diversity to suit everyone. Chichester Harbour AONB is one of the few remaining undeveloped coastal areas in Southern England. The bright wide expanses and intricate creeks are at the same time a major wildlife haven and among some of Britain’s most popular boating waters.

Hayling Island Unspoilt coastline & countryside

Just 30 minutes away by car, Hayling Island combines all the attractions of a traditional seaside holiday with excellent sporting and leisure facilities. It holds a European Blue Flag award for its excellent beaches, recognising water quality & safety. The island's miles of unspoilt coastline and countryside are a haven of peace and tranquillity, where visitors can walk, cycle or ride on horseback. You can also enjoy the only links golf course in Hampshire.

The Jurassic Coast The perfect 'staycation'

To the west of Royal Haslar is the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site: 95 miles of coastline, and 185 million years of history! With sweeping beaches, dramatic cliffs, and sheltered coves, The Jurassic Coast has many things to offer lovers of a landscape adventure. Whether it’s pastoral tranquility, rugged footpaths or wide sea views you’re looking for there is something here for you. With many picturesque market towns to enjoy along the way, this beautiful area of Dorset and Devon makes the perfect 'staycation'.

Go By Sea Ferries from Portsmouth

Portsmouth International Port offers more ferry routes than any other UK ferry port, with Brittany Ferries and Condor Ferries serving popular destinations in France, Spain and the Channel Islands.

Enjoy the convenience of taking your own car on your next holiday with sailings to to Jersey, Guernsey, Caen, Cherbourg, Le Havre, St Malo, Bilbao and Santander.

Domestic & European Connections Southampton Airport

With over 20 airlines and tour operators flying to 40 destinations in 15 countries, Southampton Airport is just a 30 minute drive from Royal Halsar.

Enjoy direct flights to destinations throughout the UK & Ireland including Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Belfast & Dublin. Explore Europe via cities including Paris, Amsterdam, Munich and Verona.

Winter Sun Top up your tan

Get some much needed winter sun with direct flights from Southampton to Malaga, Alicante and Faro; with average winter temperatures around 25°C, you can escape the grey UK skies to top up your tan!

Skiing Hit the slopes

For those who prefer their holidays a few degrees cooler, Southampton Airport will put you at the heart of Europe's best skiing resorts in Austria, France and Switzerland with direct flights to Innsbruck and Geneva.

Island Hop Enjoy a slower pace of life

With direct flights from Southampton Airport to islands including Mallorca, Corsica, Ibiza and the Channel Islands, you'll have plenty of options for relaxing seaside breaks.

Rugby in France A game for gentlemen...

For those who like their balls oval, Southampton Airport offers a great opportunity to broaden your rugby horizons! With direct flights to both Toulon and Perpignon, you can enjoy a weekend away watching top flight French club rugby, or even catch a Champions or Challenge Cup tie.