Self storage that works for you
Simple. Book your storage and collection online or through the phone, your possessions are collected and stored in secure, climate controlled facility. We bring your them back when you need them. No hassle. No muscle.
Book your storage and collection online or through the phone.
Your items are stored in secure, climate controlled facility.
We bring your items back when you need them. No hassle.
Storage Units for Portsmouth locals
easyStorage offers a safe and reliable service to assist you in the transport and safekeeping of your belongings. Whether you're a student at the University of Portsmouth, running a business, or working from home, easyStorage will collect your items from your door. All you need to do is pack your boxes, and their friendly movers will transport them to their secure storage facility. When you need them back, they'll return them in the same sealed easyPod they use for secure self storage.
Their flexible and affordable self storage is convenient for residents buzzing around Portsmouth enjoying the sights, entertainment, and facilities this "island city" has to offer. If you're in a hurry to get your items stored, remember to make a booking before 3pm, and depending on availability we can collect the very next day.
Portsmouth is an island city on England's south coast, bordered by Chichester, Southampton, and the Isle of Wight. A narrow creek splits the town into two islands that make it England's only island city. During the height of the British Empire, it was hailed as the world's most significant naval port.
The Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is home to HMS Victory, the most famous warship in the Royal Navy and the only surviving ship of that era. It is known for having a starring role in the Battle of Trafalgar and Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee Review of the Fleet in 1887. It is now a living museum visitors flock to at the Dockyard, at the National Museum of the Royal Navy.Portsmouth's most famous resident is Charles Dickens, author of classics including A Tale of Two Cities. The Charles Dickens' Birthplace Museum is on Old Commercial Road in Landport. The house's interior has been re-created to be a faithful representation of the original furniture, decorations, and other household possessions. The most important item in this museum is the couch on which Charles Dickens died. Charles' sister-in-law Georgina Hogarth donated it to the museum in 1909 as she was the executor of his will.
Modern-day Portsmouth has plenty to offer too and is a hub of live entertainment venues. The Wedgewood Rooms in Albert Road, Southsea, caters to fans of comedy, rock and roll, electronic dance music, and independent theatre productions. The New Theatre Royal on Guildhall Walk specialises in more formal entertainment. A wide range of drama productions, dance workshops, and educational children's shows are staged at this Victorian Grade II listed theatre in the heart of Portsmouth.
Portsmouth is a paradise for foodies too. The Cosy Club offers the perfect atmosphere after a busy day. You'll find it in Gunwharf Quays behind the Spinnaker Tower. Why not try Italian food at Zizzi for some exceptional pizza or risotto?
Nothing beats a good home-cooked meal in true English style. The Wellington Bar Restaurant at 62 High Street, Old Portsmouth, serves mouth-watering dishes, welcomes children and even furkids. This historic restaurant is only a short walk from the Square Tower, another listed building. Nearby, there are beautiful walks that wind around landmarks, historic sites and serve up stunning sea views.
Victoria Park is the perfect place to walk off the stresses of life. Established in 1878, It was one of the first public parks in Portsmouth where locals love to hang out at weekends. It's located north of the Guildhall, close to the train station and near the city centre. There is an enclosed area in the centre of the garden where children can enjoy seeing birds, rabbits and guinea pigs. It offers a fun day out for everyone.
Another popular area for a relaxed stroll is the three-mile-long promenade with spectacular views across the Isle of Wight. The route starts from the Spur Redoubt in Southsea and then through old Portsmouth, the Cambers, and Gunwharf Quays. With access to the outdoors like this, Portsmouth offers families a wonderful lifestyle.
Living and working in Portsmouth is a pleasure with so much on offer. There are many shopping areas in Portsmouth to choose from. Port Solent, in The Boardwalk Shopping Centre, offers luxury boutiques and branded stores. The Cascades Shopping Centre in Commercial Road houses various stores for your everyday needs. Electronics, groceries, footwear, health and beauty, and stationery - they are all sold here. Whether you run a restaurant in Old Portsmouth or are a resident that loves your strolls on the Portsmouth promenade, easyStorage has a cheap self storage facility you can rely on whenever you need it.
If you're curious about how easyStorage can assist you with your move or short or long-term self storage needs, get in touch with easyStorage today.