Stoke Road Gosport

Home to over 100 independent businesses

 

Waitrose, 129 Stoke Road, Gosport PO12 1SD

Waitrose − the hub of Stoke Road Shopping

 
 


 



Welcome to the website of Stoke Road, Gosport

It's not a flash site, but it does the job—and the same could be said of Stoke Road itself

Stoke Road is no modern retail centre, it is a traditional shopping street, through which you can still drive, and park on the road, right outside the shops

Yes, it's a bit higgledy-piggledy but does offer a neat, if not wicked, range of services and the shopping's not bad in a niche sort of way

Parking is free, both on Stoke Road and in the short stay car parks, which are a few man-sized footsteps from Stoke Road

where you will find

picture framing, bespoke blinds, bespoke tailoring

repair shops for bicycles, televisions, computers, iPads, iPhones, shoes, musical instruments, vacuum cleaners and most domestic appliances

solicitors, estate agents, accountants, clothing alterations, barbers, tattooists, chiropodists

spray tanning, nail salons, wedding photography, printing and copying, personalised clothing, glass cutting

chiropractors, opticians, pharmacy, sports therapy, TCM, reflexology—and there's too much to mention here, see the list on the right for more

On to shopping, playing and eating

Stoke Road has arts and crafts, bicycles, leathergoods, luggage, furniture, computers, musical instruments

butchers, fishmongers, washing machines with same day delivery, fitting and removal

antiques, collectibles, vintage goods and an emporium offering space for sellers

prom dresses, bridal wear, flowers, beds, sofas, craft workshops, running gear, vaping shop, snooker clubs

two fitness centres, one is a 24-hour gym plus classes, right next to Waitrose, and across the road is a ladies only fitness centre

Opposite Waitrose is a tea room for breakfast, light lunches, cream teas, cakes, coffee

and just along the road is a vintage themed tea room serving all day breakfast, cream teas, coffee and light lunches, and it's situated next to the most 'prominent building' in the conservation area of Stoke Road

betwixt the two tea rooms is a café also serving breakfast and lunch plus traditional specials such as beef stew and dumplings, liver and bacon

For eating out in the evenings we have Thai, Indian and Italian restaurants

next to the Thai restaurant is Gosport's first micropub and craft beer bar

and there's an amazing variety of hot and cold food on tap at the takeaway outlets, daytime and evening till late

After we've done what we can for you

the High Street is a short walk or drive away from Stoke Road

If it's clothes and shoes you're after, the High Street has Clarks, New Look, Burtons, Peacocks and more.  There are plenty of eating places, a fishing tackle shop, Argos and a vinyl record store (and there's a great view of Portsmouth Harbour)

perhaps you need a chandlery, then from the High Street you can drive on round to Mumby Road

you'll know you're in Mumby Road because there's usually a lot of yachts stacked up. Opposite the yachts is a chandlery and there’s another just inside the former entrance to Camper & Nicholsons

continue along Mumby Road through two sets of traffic lights and you will then be in Forton Road followed by Brockhurst Road

The shops in Forton and Brockhurst are a bit spread out and, like Stoke Road, frayed at the edges

talking of frayed at the edges, if you’re handy with the sewing machine there's a haberdashery and fabric shops in Forton—and a much-loved greengrocers at no. 339

If you feel the need to get out of Gosport quickly

continue along Brockhurst Road and you will arrive at the roundabouts at Fort Brockhurst and you can then make your escape on the A32 or through Rowner and Stubbington

if escaping via Rowner Road, you could turn left at the Newgate Lane roundabout and this will take you to the Hovercraft Museum and the shops at Lee and the only independent bookshop around these parts (the only eclectic indie bookshop)

Or you could head back to the harbour, get the wind in your hair upstairs on the ferry and have a look around the Spinnaker Tower

and Gosport's Royal Navy Submarine Museum is on the south side of Haslar Bridge and...

the Explosion Museum is t'other side of the Millennium Bridge—other side, that is, when approaching from Mumby Road

Gosport doesn't have John Lewis or Debenhams, so if browsing the big stores is what you need then definitely give us a miss, but please keep us in mind the rest of the time, you might find what you've been looking for "all over the place"

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Accountants
Acupuncture
Aerial installation
Barbers
Bathroom showrooms
Beauty salons
Bespoke tailoring
Bicycle servicing and repairs
Blinds, bespoke
Building services
Cancer support
Caterers
Chemists
Childcare
Chinese massage
Chiropody
Chiropractors
Clothing alterations
Computer, laptop, phone repairs
Computer software development
Conveyancing
Day care centres
Dentists
Doctors
Domestic appliances − repairs & spares
Double glazing
Estate agents
Financial services
Fitness centres
Foot health treatment rooms

Footwear repair
Funeral services
Glass cutting
Hairdressers, gents
Hairdressers, ladies
Hall hire
Holistic therapy
Homecare & healthcare recruitment
Interflora / teleflorists
Kitchen showrooms
Leather repairs
MOT test centres
Motor engineers
Musical instrument repairs
Nail salons
Opticians
Osteopathy
Pay points for utility bills
Personalised clothing
Pharmacies
Physiotherapy
Picture framing
Portrait studios
Printing and copying
Reflexology
Repair shops
Solicitors
Sports therapy
Spray tanning
T-shirt printing
Tattooing
TV & video servicing and repairs
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
Watercolour restoration

Wedding photography
 

Antiques and collectibles
Art − 18th, 19th & 20th century
Art − contemporary art galleries
Arts and crafts
Bathroom showrooms
Battle games
Beds and sofas
Betting shops
Bicycles and accessories
Blinds
Books − antiquarian, rare, out of print
Books − second-hand

Bridal wear
Butchers
Charity shops
Chemists
Churches
Clothing − high quality pre-owned
Clothing − second-hand
Clubs and associations
Computers
Convenience stores
Craft workshops
Cultural gift shops
Dancing schools

Domestic appliances - spares
Electrical accessories
Electronic cigarettes
Emporiums 

Fishmongers
Fitness centres
Florists
Fridges and freezers
Furniture
Gifts and greetings cards
Ink cartridge refills
Kitchen showrooms
Leathergoods
Live music bars
Luggage
Maritime & military art
Micropubs
Musical instruments
National lottery outlets
Newsagents
Off licences
Pharmacies
Prom dresses & evening wear
Public houses
Real junk food project
Restaurants, Tearooms, Cafés
Running gear
Sandwich bars
Second-hand goods
Shopping trolleys
Snooker clubs
Supermarkets

Takeaway food & delivery
Upcycled furniture & accessories
Vape stores
Washing machines
White goods

 

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Directions to Stoke Road and where to park

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Last updated September 2020

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Stoke Road Gosport

 

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2009