Due to the recent announcement from the government, the hotel restaurant and bar will close from 5th November 2020.
However, the hotel accommodations are open for guests who travels for business and working as a key workers.
Please ensure you bring with you a relevant documentation upon arrival as we required to make sure that we are following the government guidelines to help and protect the NHS.
Also, we have extended our Eat Out Help Out, with 25% discount on all drinks and food.
Eat Out Help Out continues at the Keppel’s Head,
🌟including all drinks with food🌟
Come and dine with us for lunch or dinner from Monday 7th September, and you will get 25% off on total bill.
Monday - Saturday, 12-3 pm and 6-9 pm except Thursday, and
Sunday 12-6 pm, at the Keppel’s Head.
Behind The Name
Admiral Augustus Keppel, 1st Viscount Keppel, PC(25 April 1725 – 2 October 1786) was a Royal Navy officer and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1755 to 1782.
He saw action in command of various ships, including the fourth-rate Maidstone, during the War of the Austrian Succession.
He went on to serve as Commodore on the North American Station and then Commander-in-Chief, Jamaica Station during the Seven Years' War. After that he served as Senior Naval Lord and then Commander-in-Chief of the Channel Fleet.
Welcome to the Official Keppel's Head Hotel Website
Built in 1779, it is a hotel of interesting history and many of its amazing original features still intact. Modernisation of the hotel has emphasised these features whilst keeping within the hotels charm.
The hotel is well within its two neighbouring areas of different time periods. To one side you have the newly developed millennium project of Gunwharf Quays and the Spinnaker Tower, whilst on the other you have the Historic Dockyard which houses three magnificent ships and looks into the history of the Portsmouth Naval Base
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