Langstone Harbour
Langstone Harbour
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Dani
Hungerford, UK30 contributions
Aug 2020 • Couples
Really nice food and excellent service. Each time we called we were treated with great courtesy - was extremely busy but all staff seemed very ‘on it’ - maybe a tad on the pricey side but we went in the ‘eat out to help out’ deal time and were very pleased. Will return when they start offering their set price menus again.
Written August 22, 2020
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charleewharlee
Langstone, UK23 contributions
Jul 2022 • Solo
This is a beautiful place, not so pretty in low tide but in high tide on sunny days it can be beautiful. There are two lovely animal friendly pubs on the harbour. There is a lovely Mill Pond with nesting swans and ducks etc. It is a great place to visit, good for dog walking, lots of nature ie ducks, swans, crabs etc. It’s just a lovely place to go for a walk and maybe grab some lunch :)
Written July 6, 2022
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Redfred320
Greater London, UK278 contributions
Aug 2019
Mr C describes the harbour well in a recent post here. Don’t look for outstanding, gobsmacking features. Instead relax into being by the water, soaking up the views, wondering at the wildlife, and pottering. There’s a decent (if not amazing) and popular pub beside the foot ferry that links across to Southsea, and a cycle route that goes the whole way round the harbour. A colony of seals lives on some distant mudflats on the western side, sandbanks come and go with the tide, and Arctic birds winter here. This is flat but sometimes bracing territory to enjoy a calm day away from it all, and go home refreshed by the sea air and nature. Sunset over Portsmouth can be spectacular on the right evening.
Written January 20, 2020
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JayneBrem
East Cowes, UK140 contributions
Oct 2022 • Friends
For my birthday my husband and I travelled over from the Isle of Wight to have a meal out with close friends who live on Hayling Island. After much research and thought they booked a table for us at the Langston Hotel. Initial reactions were great - the hotel has had a make over since we were there last and the menu had lots of really nice options on it. As my husband is vegan it was nice to see a reasonable choice for him as well.
Sadly the food took 45 minutes to arrive. 2 meals arrived together and we waited almost a further 10 minutes for the other 2 meals. It appeared that the waitress serving us was extremely busy and there were not enough staff as the restaurant filled up. Unfortunately, 2 of the meals were over cooked and my food was not very warm. When asked by the waitress if everything was okay with our food there was silence. We then explained the issues to her. A manager arrived to chat to us. We explained the issues again and he was very quick to apologise and offered to take steps to rectify the situation. As we explained to him, it was a lovely menu but the processes behind the scenes had not worked effectively to deliver 4 good quality meals at the same time.
It’s a shame, as I believe that with some tweaks, the staff can deliver high quality food that merits the prices they are charging. On a positive note, my husband loved his vegan shepherd’s pie - so 1 very satisfied customer. The manager took steps to make the price for for what we had.
Written October 26, 2022
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Rob W
Ruislip, UK681 contributions
Aug 2020 • Couples
We really love to have a walk here with our cameras to see the different waders on the mud flats as the tide goes out.
There were lots of Little Egrets, Oyster catchers, Curlew, Redshanks and many more we didn't recognise. Rumour has it there were even Cattle Egrets in the trees behind the millpond. But we didn't see for ourselves.
Pubs nearby.
Large Car Park - free to park
Toilets near the car park.
Written August 17, 2020
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Janet
Toronto, Canada94 contributions
Sep 2020 • Couples
A beautiful and quaint place to walk along the harbour, past the pond which has a wonderful variety of birds. In the harbour there were paddleboarders and respectful jet skiers, families crabbing from the wall and children and dogs playing in the water off the small beach. A really enjoyable afternoon!
Written September 7, 2020
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Shaun L
Clanfield, UK1,646 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
Nice long walk today along the foreshore starting at Emsworth towards Langstone. Sunny but cold day with plenty of others doing the same. Lots of geese on the water and with the tide low we could walk the beach rather than the path. So quiet apart from the geese and the occasional lapping of the water on the shingle. If you plan to do the walk then best check the tide as a couple of places are covered in particular high tides. Park your car in Emsworth and then walk back for a spot of lunch. Lovely.
Written February 7, 2020
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Shaun L
Clanfield, UK1,646 contributions
Aug 2020 • Couples
Walked the shore between Emsworth and Langstone and found a nice spot to sit and watch the natural world from for an hour in the baking hot sun. So peaceful with very few people around. Watching the gulls and rooks look for food in the seaweed and harbour mud. It’s a nice walk along the shore but take a drink with you on a hot day.
Written August 12, 2020
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MarkMahoney
Aldershot, UK1,803 contributions
Aug 2019 • Couples
Large harbour 2miles by 4miles, with a few access points. Good walks and views on north, east and west sides with small picturesque harbours on south side( eastney/ or west hayling. Great for wildlife including seals and numerous birdlife. The rosie k boat trip that runs from west hayling is good, exellent value, and takes yoi right across bay to the seal colony.
Written August 18, 2019
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Rita Welling, Kent
Welling, UK54 contributions
Jan 2017 • Couples
We have a lovely trip when we went to warner's Sinah Warren but due to us being Pensioners we cannot afford, the last time we went we had a long walk. We would like to book at Sinah Warren for our Diamond Wedding Anniversary on 22nd March next year but cannot find any vacancy If you can find us a deal we will appreciate it.
Written December 22, 2017
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