Places to Visit and Things to See

Titchfield Nature Reserve

Titchfield Nature Reserve is a popular spot for bird watchers from all over the UK with it concealed hides amongst the reed beds.  Twitchers are a common and welcome sight in and around the nature reserve and the adjacent haven where many rare birds have been spotted.

Trevarner Guest House is an ideal location from which to plan your stay to visit Titchfield Nature Reserve.

Titchfield Haven Tea Rooms

The locally referred to ‘Haven café’  (Titchfield Haven Tea Rooms) overlooks the harbour at Hill Head and is adjacent to the nature reserve.  Again, all within a scenic half mile walk of Trevarner Guest House.

The Osborne View Public House

Less that fifty metres away from Trevarner Guest House is the busy Osborne View Public House.  So named due to its location on the mainland side of the Solent and with views across to Osborne Bay and Queen Victoria’s island retreat, Osborne House on the Isle of Wight.  Osborne House itself is only viewable by it’s chimney stacks above the trees, but this English heritage site can be visited by taking ferries from both Portsmouth and Southampton.

The Osborne View Pub itself covers three storeys and has a large seated beer garden at the rear which leads, via a few steps, directly onto the shingle beach on the Solent shores.

Breezes Deli/Café

The local deli at Hill Head is called Breezes and it is situated directly opposite the Osborne View Public House, so Breezes is also a two minute walk from Trevarner Guest House.   Breezes prides itself on its ‘on site’ cooked and prepared food menu.

Wah Ying Chinese Takeaway

On the other side of the road, and closer still to Trevarner Guest House, is the ever popular and conveniently placed Hill Head Chinese takeaway, Wah Ying.   Menus can be found in our foyer for Wah Ying.

The Hovercraft Museum – Lee On The Solent

About a mile and a half to the east of Trevarner Guest House at Lee On The Solent you will find the ever evolving and growing Hovercraft Museum.

A unique collection of British designed hovercraft detailing their history and various applications from the smallest of hovercraft to the largest cross channel hovercraft ever built.  Renovation work continues on the last surviving cross channel hovercraft The Princess Anne.

Hovercraft pleasure rides  can be enjoyed from the slipway at the museum at Lee On Solent.