Explore England's maritime history
Waterlooville is sandwiched between the South Downs and English Channel in Hampshire, just 15 minutes by car from the buzzing city of Portsmouth and its rich maritime history. Hosting two thirds of UK's surface fleet, it's the home of the Royal Navy, the most stunning asset of which is HMS Victory, the world's oldest naval ship still in commission, and one of the city's most popular attractions. Don't miss the D-Day Museum, where you can learn about the city's pivotal role in the most important chapter of WWII.
Discover England's most iconic national park
Waterlooville is less than 20 minutes from England's quintessential National Park. It may not be as big as the Peak District or the North York Moors, but the South Downs rewards visitors with some of the best natural scenery going. Near Waterlooville you'll find Petersfield Heath, 69 acres of lush heathland complete with the expansive 22 acre boating lake. Head further, and at The Seven Sisters, Near Eastbourne, Seaford Head offers breathtaking views of England's iconic white cliffs.
Chichester harbours natural beauty
Just half an hour from Waterlooville, visitors can reach the Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, perched on England's sunny south coast. Dotted with picturesque villages, the harbour area is largely undeveloped, and is popular with bird watchers, sailing clubs and artists who flock to paint its idyllic sunset vistas. Planning a trip to Waterlooville? Travelodge Portsmouth Hilsea Hotel is close to Portsmouth while our Travelodge Havant Rowlands Castle Hotel is a perfect base for exploring the South Downs.