Waterlooville is a large town in the county of Hampshire around eight miles north of regional hub Portsmouth.
One of the key natural attractions in Waterlooville and the surrounding area, Portsdown Hill is a 131-metre tall landmark that’s known for providing excellent views of the surrounding countryside as well as of the city of Portsmouth and the English Channel to the south. Around the hill, the verdant countryside contains plenty of local flora and fauna to keep nature-lovers occupied.
Southwick House is a manor house near Waterlooville that played a key role in the planning and execution of the D-Day landings. Leading up to the events, the house was the headquarters of the main allied commanders including General Dwight D. Eisenhower and General Bernard Montgomery. Today, the public can visit the house and see maps used in the planning of D-Day as well as other unique pieces and historical artefacts.
Throughout the area, from Wecock Farm to Stakes, Floom’s Waterlooville flower delivery covers every area of town.