Chapel Riverside is a truly unique modern neighbourhood in a prime position on the banks of the River Itchen, just minutes from Southampton’s bustling city centre.
With first class shopping, lively nightlife, a fabulous choice of restaurants, culture, history and open spaces, Southampton has firmly established itself as a city that’s as exciting or as relaxed as you want to make it.
Widely considered to be one of the UK’s top retail destinations, shopping is a serious business in Southampton. The gleaming WestQuay shopping centre hosts more than 100 stores with John Lewis and Marks & Spencer joined by stylish boutiques and a raft of luxury lifestyle brands. Alternatively, the Marlands Centre, eclectic independents along Bedford Place and West Quay Retail Park all ensure the widest shopping choice.
Confirming Southampton’s status as a progressive city, WestQuay Watermark is a dramatic new £80m addition to Southampton’s skyline. It is destined to become the city’s premier leisure led destination with new bars, restaurants, a 10 screen cinema and a new public plaza in front of the historic city walls which will host events such as concerts and plays.
There’s a dazzling array of pubs, bars and restaurants to suit all palates in Southampton. Whether you’re after a quiet drink in a pub that’s retained its historic charm, or fine dining in a modern brasserie, the choice will take your breath away. Renowned as the city’s culinary mecca, Oxford Street is the first-choice destination for a diverse selection of cafes, gastro-pubs and restaurants offering menus from all corners of the globe.
The cultural scene in Southampton is alive and well with the Mayflower Theatre attracting major West End productions, while the inspiring new Cultural Quarter is a vibrant hive of activity, bringing music, drama, photography and art to a wide range of venues, including the revitalised Guildhall Square and the new Sea City Museum.
The city’s universities are equally impressive. Regularly ranked in the top 100 in the world, the University of Southampton has seen many famous students pass through its doors including Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web. Southampton Solent University’s strengths lie in communication, culture, media studies, engineering, sport and exercise sciences.
Few cities are as well connected as Southampton. From Chapel Riverside, the nearby A3024 will take you towards the city centre, Junction 5 of the M27 is less than 3 miles away and the M3 will take you the 80 miles to London. And of course, Portsmouth, Winchester, Salisbury and Bournemouth are all within easy reach.
Similarly, Southampton Central Station provides connections to all over the UK. There are regular services to London Waterloo (in around 80 minutes) and to London Victoria (around 90 minutes), while frequent trains ensure that most towns on the south coast are commutable.
Southampton Parkway (Airport) 7 mins
Bournemouth 28 mins
Poole 45 mins
Portsmouth Harbour 46 mins
London Waterloo 1 hour 16 mins
London Victoria 1 hour 28 mins
Brighton 1 hour 40 mins
London Bridge 1 hour 43 mins
Winchester 13 miles
Portsmouth 19 miles
Salisbury 27 miles
Bournemouth 31 miles
Brighton 64 miles
Amsterdam 1 hour 10 mins
Paris 1 hour 15 mins
Dublin 1 hour 20 mins
Isle of Wight Ferry 55 mins. Hi-speed ferry 25 mins
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