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Toilets: Accessible WC in public car park 200m away. Refreshments: Soft drinks and ice creams. Picnics welcome in grounds. Parking 30m from entrance; loose gravel surface. Disabled parking on site (Please contact custodian for access).
Off B3049, out of Winchester to Littleton; at crossroads in centre of village (OS Map 185; ref SU 459320).
Parking 60m from entrance; uneven surface at far end. Disabled visitors may be set down within the fort; please telephone in advance. Off A32, in Gunner's Way, Elson; on N side of Gosport (OS Map 196; ref SU 596020).
Castle cafe not managed by English Heritage, weekends only Apr-May, daily Jun-Sep. 1.5 mile walk on shingle spit from Milford-on-Sea . Best approached by ferry from Keyhaven - call 01590 642500 for ferry details and fares (OS Map 196; ref SZ 319898).
King James's Gate forms entrance to United Services Recreation Ground (officers) on Burnaby Rd, Landport Gate as above, men's entrance on St George's Rd. (OS Map 196: King James's Gate ref SU 638000, Landport Gate ref SU 634998).
In Netley, 4 miles SE of Southampton, facing Southampton Water (OS Map 196; ref SU 453089).
Exterior only. Closes 3pm June and July due to opera evenings. Located 4 miles N of New Alresford off B3046 along a farm track - 450 metres (493 yards) (OS Map 185; ref SU 562362).
Parking 200m from entrance; 2 spaces reserved for disabled drivers, who may also use the roadway inside the castle. On the South side of Portchester off A27, Junction 11 on M27 (OS Map 196; ref SU 625046)
On a minor road 1 mile E of Silchester (OS Map 175; ref SU 643624).