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City Bridge at the junction of High Street and Bridge Streethttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1021112448606 129294
St Catherine's Hill hillforthttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1016489448407 127657
Winchester city wall and associated monumentshttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001868448056 129836
Hyde Abbey gatewayhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001939448162 130131
Winchester Castlehttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001959447731 129381
Pumping stationhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001809449278 124855
Bowl barrow on Telegraph Hillhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1012635452161 128158
Winchester Cathedral Closehttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1005520448202 129212
Circular and rectangular enclosures at Itchen Stoke and Ovingtonhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001803454155 126846
St Peter's Church, Lainston Househttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001909444242 131590
Two bowl barrows 200m east of Twyford Pumping Stationhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1012978449491 124962
Two bowl barrows 200m north of Attwoods Drove Farmhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1014388446767 126602
Moated site 300m south-east of Compton Househttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1012675447464 125623
Two bowl barrows 120m north-west of Texashttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1012796445589 126998
Long barrow 1km south of Larkwhistle Farmhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1013200445593 135269
'Banjo type' native settlementhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001814453223 134701
Roman road E of St Catherine's Hillhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001798449113 127620
Romano-British enclosure and later hollow ways on Twyford Downhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1017902449128 126827
Romano-British farmstead and associated field system on Teg Downhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1008748445998 129545
Long barrow 700m south-west of Longwood Househttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1013018453442 124480
Site of St Gertrude's Chapelhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1005518449074 131433
Cross dyke 720m west of Cheesefoot Headhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1020320452419 127861
Bowl barrow 75m west of Itchen Cottageshttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1008223447395 126649
Round barrow cemetery on Magdalen Hill Downhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1016746449989 129332
Three bowl barrows on Fawley Down, 580m west of Cheesefoot Headhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1020319452548 127799
The West Gatehttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001937447813 129576
Anglo-Saxon cemetery in Worthy Parkhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001817449950 132890
Long barrow 250m south-west of Warren Farmhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1012881451985 125371
Iron Age field system, banjo enclosure and Romano-British villa, 500m east of Woodham Farm.https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1013269448709 133366
Twyford Roman villahttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001890448341 124412
Bowl barrow 630m NNE of Littleton Househttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1020501444807 134312
Worthy Down ditchhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001907445951 134789
Bowl barrow at the east end of Magdalen Hill Downhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1015984451521 129074
The Kings Gatehttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001938448144 129092
Two round barrows 100m NE of Itchen Abbas Roman Villahttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1012692452983 134362
Lynchets on north west spur of Twyford Downhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1017903448385 126751
Late Iron Age settlement site N of Grace's Farmhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001825450662 133692
Oliver Cromwell's Battery: Iron Age enclosure reused as a Civil War batteryhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1008724445896 127864
Three round barrows 500m WNW of Flowerdown Househttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1012690445882 131980
Roman villa and earlier prehistoric settlement 400m W of Lone Farm, Itchenhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1012693452935 134225
Alresford Drive earthworks, Avingtonhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001910452566 131184
Bowl barrow 70m north of Oliver Cromwell's Batteryhttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1013042445871 127965
City Cross or 'Butter Cross'https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1002938448100 129478
Old wall and Jacobean monument in Hyde Closehttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001819448023 130052
Wolvesey Palacehttps://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1005535448456 129067


Wolvesey Castle (Old Bishop's Palace)http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/Hampshire448485.347989 129088.856116
Itchen Abbas Roman VillaMain Road Hampshire England SO21 1AT Itchen Abbas452739.133767 132923.001992No description available.
Winchester City Mill & Shophttp://www.nationaltrust.org.uk448656.953808 129324.021161A Millennium of milling history. Rebuilt in 1744 on an earlier medieval site, the working watermill spans the River Itchen. Flour making demonstrations take place on Saturdays and Sundays. There is a delightful island garden and an impressive millrace. Learn about the technology and history of milling with working models, displays and video presentations. Family activities, especially during school holidays. Frequent baking/tasting days as advertised Opening times: 1st Jan - 18th Feb, Fri - Mon 11am-4pm 19th Feb - 30th Nov, Mon-Sun 10am-5pm 1st Dec - 23rd Dec, Mon-Sun 10.30am-4pm Last entry to the mill: Half hour before closing
The Round Tablehttp://www.hants.gov.uk/greathallThe Great Hall Castle Avenue Hampshire England SO23 8UJ Winchester447848.894298 129550.039411The Great Hall is home to the legendary Arthurian Round Table, which has hung there since 1348. The Table has been dated to the 13th or early 14th century and was probably constructed within the Hall. The names of 24 of the Knights of the Round Table are written around the edge of the table, surmounted by King Arthur on his throne. Guided tours available upon request. Group booking advised. Nearest parking at Tower Street Car Park. Admission: No charge but donations gratefully accepted. Suggested minimum donation for groups £10.00.
Flowerdown Barrowshttp://www.english-heritage.org.uk/Hampshire446004.170599 131935.56902
Winchester Cathedralhttp://www.winchester-cathedral.org.uk448214.839148 129386.612274An inspiring day out for all ages Explore more than 1000 years of history in Europe’s longest medieval Cathedral. Discover the beautiful illuminated Winchester Bible, 12th-century wall paintings, medieval carvings, contemporary art and the awe and wonder of this magnificent building. A free children’s trail, written by a professional children’s writer, offers families a fun and informative look at the Cathedral and introduces them to some of the characters associated with its colourful past and present. Cathedral Guides offer tours of the Cathedral each hour from 10am – 3pm and tours of the crypt at 10.30am, 12.30pm and 2.30pm from Monday to Saturday. A wide range of events take place throughout the year. From classical concerts, open-air theatre and themed lunches to children’s holiday activities, exhibitions and a major Christmas Market and real Ice Rink. The Cathedral Café, with its pretty garden and open-air terrace, is the perfect place to stop for mid-morning coffee and pastry, delicious homemade lunch or Hampshire cream tea. The Cathedral Shop sells a wide range of unique gifts, souvenirs and CDs of the famous Cathedral Choir. Evensong held at 5.30pm Monday – Saturday and 3.30pm Sunday Winchester Cathedral accessibility video case study - http://www.industry.visitsoutheastengland.com/site/accessibility/video-case-studies
Winchester Collegehttp://www.winchestercollege.org448224.877028 128986.327588Founded in 1382, Winchester College is believed to be the oldest continuously running school in the country. Guided tours concentrate on the medieval heart of the College and include Chamber Court; the 14th century gothic Chapel, with one of the earliest examples of a wooden vaulted roof; College Hall, the original Scholars' dining room; School, the 17th century red brick schoolroom thought to have been designed by Sir Christopher Wren; and the original medieval cloister. Open: For individuals and small groups, walk-in tours lasting approximately one hour are available all year except Christmas and New Year. Winchester College will be closed on 23rd December and will stay closed over Christmas, re-opening on 5th Jan. Tours: 10.45am, 12 noon, 2.15pm & 3.30pm on Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat; at 10.45am & 12 noon on Tue & Thur; and at 2.15pm & 3.30pm on Sun. Group tours for parties of 15-50 must be booked in advance, rate £3-3.50. Limited wheelchair access. PLEASE NOTE: Tours on 4th July have been cancelled
The Great Hallhttp://www.hants.gov.uk/greathall447820.26629 129538.653131Situated at the top of the High Street just to the left of The Westgate, The Great Hall and Sally Port are the only surviving parts of Winchester Castle and are owned and maintained by Hampshire County Council. The Great Hall was one of the largest and finest in England, and is certainly the finest of that period to have survived today. Its many features include stained-glass windows, a judges’ gallery and wrought steel gates that were installed in 1983 to commemorate the wedding of the Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer. Open: All year, daily 10am–5pm except Christmas and Boxing Day and occasionally closed for civic events. Check times on the website. Guided tours available upon request. Group booking advised. Nearest parking at Tower Street Car Park.
Winchester Castlehttp://www.hants.gov.uk/greathallThe Great Hall Castle Avenue Hampshire England SO23 8UJ Winchester447848.894298 129550.039411Winchester Castle includes The Great Hall, The Round Table and Queen Eleanor's Garden - see individual entries for more details. Guided tours available upon request. Group booking advised. Nearest parking at Tower Street Car Park. Admission: No charge but donations gratefully accepted. Suggested minimum donation for groups £10.00.
Winchester Discovery Centrehttp://www.discoverycentres.co.uk/winchester448015.711103 129774.017193Take time to visit Winchester Discovery Centre and enjoy the diverse programme of exhibitions at The Gallery. Uncover local history and culture at City Space museum, relax in the café or make use of our free internet access, including free WiFi. We also offer a programme of theatre, dance, music and talks, plus activities for children. Discover a new generation of libraries.


Guided Tours of Winchesterhttp://www.winchestertouristguides.com448425.098927 129310.724433A guided tour with a Winchester official tourist guide is an excellent way to discover Winchester. Tours leave the Tourist Information Centre where tickets may be purchased on the day. Tours cost £4.00 for adults (accompanied children under 16 are free). Private tours available all year, prices from £45 Special themed tours available at certain times throughout the year, prices from £4.50 for adults, £1 for children. Please ask the Tourist Information Centre for further details
Cycle Tours UKhttp://www.cycletoursuk.com447500.13883 128301.20795Cycle Tours UK invites you to try bicycle touring as a fresh approach to a healthy holiday. Cycle Tours UK offers guided customised cycle tours for pampered peddlers. Meander down quiet country lanes through the undulating landscape of Southern England, where the seasonal beauty of rural Hampshire, Dorset and Devon is yours to enjoy at your own leisurely pace. A cycling holiday is a unique experience that you will remember forever. Cycle to some of the most picturesque and historic scenes Hampshire has to offer, including the ancient cathedral in the City of Winchester, Jane Austen’s House in Chawton or the stunning coastline of the Isle of Wight. Cycle into Dorset and visit Thomas Hardy’s cottage, Stourhead Gardens or the World Heritage Site Jurassic Coastline. Further afield in northern Devon the wild moors of Exmoor make a stark contrast to the stunning cliffs and rugged North Devonshire coastline. All regions offer fantastic cycling and an extraordinary variety of sights and scenery. Cycle Tours UK cycling breaks provide people of all ages and standards the chance to leisurely explore while accompanied by an expert guide. Cycle routes can be designed to meet any fitness level with distances ranging from 20km up to 100km in a day. After a day on the bike, you will be able to relax and enjoy the luxurious surroundings of one of the areas most prestigious country houses or boutique hotels, including the highly acclaimed Lainston House Hotel, located just outside of Winchester. Many of the hotel venues provide excellent dining, often with featured locally sourced produce. Where dining is not available in-house, we have recommendations for pubs and restaurants nearby that will be only a short walk away. Peddlers are guaranteed a day’s cycling will end with a glass of wine and great cuisine. Leaving everything to the Cycle Tours team, you will arrive for your break, safe in the knowledge that state of the art cycling equipment will be provided. The team will even arrange for the transportation of luggage between each venue. All your needs will be looked after. Browse our website and find a cycle tour destination that inspires you, then contact us to chat about how we can create a unique cycle tour holiday for you and your friends or family. We look forward to hearing from you. For more information about a Cycle Tours UK break visit the website www.cycletoursuk.com or call 01962 870616, or email us on info@cycletoursuk.com to arrange a unique and unforgettable UK cycle tour experience.


Westgate Museumhttp://www.winchester.gov.uk/LeisureAndCulture/MuseumsAndGalleries/WestgateMuseum/447793.124077 129594.010396Fortified medieval gateway. A debtors' prison for 150 years, with walls covered in prisoners' graffiti. Unique collection of weights and measures on display and a Tudor ceiling from Winchester College. Also armour and a gibbet. Rooftop city views. Brass rubbing and quiz. Audio introduction. School parties by appointment. Access: up steep stone stairs with handrail.
City Museumhttp://www.winchester.gov.uk/LeisureAndCulture/MuseumsAndGalleries/CityMuseum/448093.996015 129418.852486Galleries tell the story of Winchester from its origins as a prehistoric trading centre and Roman regional capital, pre-eminence as a principal city in the Anglo- Norman kingdom, development and decline in the Middle Ages, through to modern times. Reconstructed 19th and 20th century shops. Hands-on activities and quizzes. Audio guides available (English, French, Spanish). Admission free, school parties by appointment. Gift shop. Lift.
The Royal Green Jackets Museum & The Rifles Information Displayhttp://www.rgjmuseum.co.ukPeninsula Barracks Romsey Road Hampshire England SO23 8TS Winchester447725.562127 129548.900321Following the amalgamation of the Light Infantry and the Royal Green Jackets in February 2007, The Rifles Museums at Winchester offer a combined outstanding collection of uniforms, weapons, silver, paintings and medals, including 34 of the Regiment’s 59 Victoria Crosses, all impressively displayed; an in-depth record of the history of the Royal Green Jackets and its antecedent regiments from 1741 to the present day; and a magnificent diorama of Waterloo with 22,000 model soldiers and horses. In addition, the museums tell the story of The Light Infantry from its inception in 1968 with displays covering the Regiment’s operations in Northern Ireland, the Gulf War and in support of the United Nations. The regimental archive is housed in a separate building on site and may be viewed by appointment.
Light Infantry MuseumPeninsula Barracks Romsey Road HAMPSHIRE England SO23 8TS Winchester447713.06824 129459.812242Museum depicting the modern Light Infantry soldier, the origins of the Regiment and the life of the battalions around the world. A feature of the museum is about Berlin and shows a display which includes a large piece of the Berlin Wall. There are also displays about Northern Ireland, the Gulf War featuring General Sir Peter de la Billiere who was formerly a light infantryman, operations in Bosnia and Iraq 2003/4..
The Gurkha Museumhttp://www.thegurkhamuseum.co.uk447713.051159 129537.663328The Gurkha Museum has something to interest people of all ages and is very suitable for a family outing. Besides tableaux, dioramas and showcases it has visual and voice descriptions of the history of Gurkha regiments and a display commemorating the winners of 26 Victoria Crosses. There is also a shop well stocked with things which relate to the Gurkhas and Nepal. The Gurkha Museum commemorates the services of Gurkhas to the British since 1815. The story starts with a view of the Gurkha and Nepal, his homeland, before the visitor is taken through the main chapters of gurkha military history from 1815 to the present day. Open: Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm. Sunday 12-4pm. Admission: Adult £2, Child/senior citizen £1. Servicemen free entry. Special rates available for groups.

Castles and historic houses

Avington Parkhttp://www.avingtonpark.co.ukAvington Hampshire England SO21 1DB Winchester453278.836427 132339.080353Avington Park, a Palladian mansion, features a classical portico surmounted by 3 statues built c1670. Staterooms on view include the magnificently painted ballroom and drawing-room, library and hall. Two unique glass conservatories flank the old orangery with views onto superb parkland.
The Pilgrims' Hallhttp://www.pilgrims-school.co.uk3 The Close Hampshire England SO23 9LT Winchester448233.755715 129086.504873Medieval hall with 13thC hammer-beam roof. After 1660 the Dean and Chapter no longer needed the Hall as a brew house, and it was used as a stable and garage. At some unknown date, the southern part of the Hall was incorporated into a house now known as Pilgrim's School.
St Cross Hospital & Almshouse of Noble Povertyhttp://www.stcrosshospital.co.ukThe Hospital of St Cross St Cross Road Hampshire England SO23 9SD Winchester447676.937284 127980.307541History and hospitality in a serene and picturesque setting. The Hospital of St Cross is a beautiful group of Grade I listed buildings dating from 1132. Visitors can admire the medieval architecture, explore the gardens and receive the Wayfarer's Dole, which is a small beaker of beer and a morsel of bread. St Cross is an easy walk along the river, 20 minutes from the city centre. Ample free parking on payment of admission fee. On site gift shop and refreshments. Facilities for concerts, small seminars and wedding receptions.

National Trust

Winchester City Millhttps://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/winchester-city-millBridge Street Hampshire England SO23 9BH Winchester448610.56997 129412.55846Winchester City Mill has stood at the heart of the historic city of Winchester _ the capital of Kind Alfred�s Wessex - since Saxon times._With a history of over 1000 years, Winchester City Mill is also the oldest working watermill in the country.A rare surviving example of an urban working corn mill, the City Mill was rebuilt in 1744 and remained in use until the early 20th Century. Having entered the care of the National Trust in the late 1920�s, the City Mill was restored to full working order in 2004.When you visit, you'll fine hands-on activities and audio-visual displays about milling and the rich wildlife in the area. Or you can take in one of our regular milling and baking demonstrations.As the official Gateway to the South Downs National Park, the City Mill also provides information if you're looking_to explore local walks and attractions, as well as the many other local National Trust properties.

National parks

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Parks and Gardens

Farley Mount Country ParkHursley HAMPSHIRE England Winchester442776.702946 125279.486498Large open park of natural woodland and open chalk downland.

Car parks

Crab WoodSarum Road--Winchester--Hampshire SO22 5QS443272 129288
Shawford DownPearson Lane--Winchester--Hampshire SO21 2BT447168 124748
Avington ParkAvington Park--Winchester--Hampshire SO21 1DD452842 132050

Self catering

Kingsmere Cottagehttp://www.kingsmerecottage.comKingsmere Acres Bridge Lane Hampshire England SO21 2BL Winchester447604.30315 124898.970014A 4 star self catering cottage ideally placed to explore Winchester, South Downs National Park and everything Hampshire has to offer. A two-bedroomed cottage in the grounds of the owners' house, with spacious secluded garden and private parking. A beautiful rural situation adjoining the River Itchen. Walks direct from the door through the downlands or along the river. Only 5 minutes from Winchester with good transport links by road, rail or bus. Local pubs within easy walking distance and the owners are always happy to book a table for you in one of the many restaurants in Winchester. Several take-aways will deliver to the cottage. It is well positioned for exploring the area. The New Forest, Portsmouth, Salisbury, Southampton and the Isle of Wight are easily reached. Many local attractions are linked on the website. The cottage is open all year, fully central heated, all linens included, welcome food pack and access to wireless internet connection. Mobile reception is also good in this area. Downstairs: this consists of one large open plan room with kitchen, dining and living area. The kitchen is fitted with gas cooker, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge-freezer and microwave. There is a dining table and chairs, two sofas and a wood-burning stove. There is a television with freeview, DVD & CD player. Stairway and Landing: beautiful views of the garden and river. Deer are often seen in the morning mist. Upstairs: Bedroom 1: King size bed, wardrobe, bedside cupboards, dressing table and mirror. Bedroom 2: Twin beds, wardrobe and chest of drawers. A cot or put you up bed can be put in this room for an extra child. Bathroom: Full bath with shower attachment and basin set in large vanity unit. Shopping in the area: Village shop in Twyford, which provides all the basics, a coffee shop and delicatessen. Sainsburys - large supermarket, 2 miles away. Winchester - Cathedral city with shopping.
East Tennyson Apt - Avington Park.http://www.hideaways.co.uk/property.cfm/H225Itchen Abbas Hampshire England SO21 1DB Winchester453391.011618 132329.116141A spacious, fully self-contained apartment sleeping two at Avington Park, Itchen Abbas, 4 miles from the Cathedral city of Winchester. The house has a fascinating history dating back to Saxon times and both Charles II and William IV stayed here at various times. The apartment is in the east side of the house overlooking the grounds and is furnished to a high standard with a number of antiques. The accommodation includes a double bedroom with half-tester bed and ensuite bathroom with whirlpool bath.
Mews Househttp://mewshouse-winchesterselfcateringaccommodation.hotels.officelive.com/default.aspxMews House 3A Mews Lane Hampshire England SO22 4PS Winchester447499.845919 129402.242465A two double bedroom end of terrace cottage with patio in an exclusive, quiet cul-de-sac in central Winchester. Suitable for up to four people with parking for two cars. Five minutues walk to station, one hour train to central London. Perfect touring base for New Forest and south coast, with only a short stroll to the cathedral, theatre, shops, restaurants and excellent local pubs. Prices from £500-£650 per week. We do not accept children under 12 years of age.
The Old Dairyhttp://www.beechcroftfarmholiday.co.ukBeechcroft Crabwood Hampshire England SO22 5QS Winchester444181.290914 129584.153898This delightful single storey building has been converted from the former dairy into a lovely holiday accommodation. It is placed in a stunning location with beautiful views to the Spinnaker Tower, Portsmouth, the Isle of Wight and westward to the New Forest. On this working farm in spring you might see lambs born, cows calving or walk through the beautiful bluebells of Crabwood a mere 5 minutes away. During the summer swallows hatch in the farm buildings whilst the buzzards often wheel overhead. As summer turns to autumn the local woods surrounding the farm turn their leaves the most wonderful shades of red and gold. In its turn winter has its own treasures, warming walks through the woods and along the Clarendon Way, returning to the welcoming warmth of The Old Dairy. Within 10 minutes is the historic city of Winchester, featuring Arthur’s Round Table and military museums, to name but a few of its features. Portsmouth with its maritime history, Mary Rose and the Old Dockyard, Southampton Cruise Liner centre, Beaulieu and the expanses of the New Forest are all within driving distance. Shops and Pubs 1.5 miles away All on ground floor: Lounge/dining room/kitchen, 3 bedrooms – one 5 ft double with en-suite bathroom with shower over bath, toilet & basin, 1 twin, 1 bunk, shower room with toilet & basin. Services: Electric log effect fire. OFCH. All fuel, power, bed linen (duvets) and towels included. Parking for two cars. DVD player. Electric hob & oven. Dishwasher. Freezer. Washing machine. Non smokers only. Friday to Friday bookings.
Swan Cottage44 Chesil Street Hampshire England SO23 0HX Winchester448599.715405 129000.955964The property is a 15th century, Grade II Listed, two storey, terraced building set in a prime location just 5 minutes walk from the City centre with its shops, restaurants and historical places of interest. Swan Cottage is unique, full of charm and character, yet fully equipped with every modern convenience and tastefully and comfortably furnished. Stunning views to the rear of the property extend to the Cathedral, Wolvesey Palace and Winchester College playing fields. The river Itchen runs along the bottom of the beautifully maintained tiered garden. Car parking is available opposite the cottage in a public car park and a resident parking permit is also available. The cottage is entered from the street into a hallway, off of which there is a cosy parlour with an open, log burning fireplace and a large, fully fitted bespokekitchen displaying many original features. There is also a cellar. The kitchen leads out through a utility area annexe to the garden, with its many seating areas and views and a Grade II listed outside toilet, which is fully operational! Upstairs there are two good sized double bedrooms, one with twin beds and a wash hand basin, and the other a double bed. The latter room offers beautiful views over the medieval city . There is a long, narrow bathroom with a free-standing bath and hand –held shower, and also a toilet and wash hand basin. The ceilings in the cottage are low and beamed and the floors sloping as one would expect from one of the oldest known properties in Winchester.
Embessy Cottagehttp://www.holidaylettings.co.uk/winchesterEmbessy Cottage Queen Street Hampshire England SO21 1QG Winchester449008.855149 124945.428912Dating from around 1450, Embessy Cottage is believed to be the oldest cottage in Twyford, just 5 minutes drive from Winchester. Heavily beamed and filled with character and charm, the cottage is comfortably furnished, enjoys a peaceful setting with a sheltered south facing garden and off-street parking. The accommodation is light and comfortable with a spacious sitting room, a dining room and fully equipped kitchen. There is a double bedroom, bathroom and twin room which has full-sized bunk beds. Rental prices are inclusive of all electricity, gas, bed linen and towels. The cottage has gas fired central heating. Village shop and pubs nearby. Bus or train links to Winchester. Suitable for 4 plus a cot.
1 Abbotts Court Mewshttp://www.abbottscourtmews.co.ukPark Road Hampshire England SO23 7BE Winchester448100.093148 130797.991233A two bedroom, architect designed, apartment built in 2005 which is unique in providing detatched first floor accommodation. Conveniently situated in a secluded location approximatley 20 minutes walk from the city centre. Minimum two night stay from £100 per night, all inclusive.
Mallard Cottagehttp://www.mallardcottage.co.ukMallard Cottage 64 Chesil Street Hampshire England SO23 0HX Winchester448599.715405 129000.955964Two double bedrooms with shower rooms in fully-equipped Georgian cottage annexe accommodating up to 4 people plus travel cot. Peaceful riverside garden in conservation area with summerhouse overlooking historic heart of city. Excellent touring base for Wessex region. On-line booking. Off street parking. Non-smoking. Regret no pets. Credit cards accepted. Mallard Cottage has participated in the Green Leaf Tourism Scheme.
Hyde Church Cottagehttp://www.cottageselection.co.uk/sites/cottageselection/partners/ENG/pages/PropertyDetails_C.aspx?QS=DBD88A26-A2D4-4317-9A14-3B0E44BD12C5~C~PX6~~GBR~GBP~~~~A~~~~8438~~0~~~~~~Hampshire England Winchester447980.138152 129907.146619Situated in the unspoilt historic city of Winchester, this charming, listed 18th-century house is set down a lane adjacent to a pretty church. The end one of a row, it is just a 10-minute walk to the beautiful 11th-century cathedral where there is an abundance of shopping and leisure facilities. Winchester is England's ancient capital and a former seat of King Alfred the Great and features fine architecture. Only an hour's drive from London, and a short drive from the New Forest, this property makes an ideal base for touring the surrounding area. Pub 25 yards and leisure centre with pool a 5-minute walk. Shop 25 yards. Beamed living room with feature ornamental fire surround and French doors to garden. Dining room. Large well-equipped modern fitted kitchen with slate floor. Separate toilet with basin. First floor: Two double bedrooms. Single bedroom. Bathroom with shower attachment and toilet. • Elec, full gas CH, bed linen and towels inc • TV • Video (small library) • M/wave • Washer/dryer • D/washer • F/freezer • Tel - incoming only • Enclosed cottage-style garden with furniture • Permit parking 25 yds (for 2 cars) inc • No smoking
University of Winchesterhttp://www.winchester.ac.uk/conferencesSparkford Road Hampshire England SO22 4NR Winchester447304.748391 129278.117696The University of Winchester is spread across two attractive campuses located just a short walk from the city centre. With over 900 bedrooms the university offers bed, breakfast and self catering accommodation throughout the vacation periods. With mainly single rooms the university is a perfect venue for groups and tours and offers a discount for groups of 20 or more. There are two dining rooms seating 420 diners in total, so all catering needs can be accommodated. The university also specialises in hosting conferences, weddings and banquets. Self Catering from £100 per week.
Deane Lodgehttp://www.fifieldsengland.co.uk/deane.htmlKingsgate Road St Cross Hampshire England SO23 9QQ Winchester447699.901072 128303.044966Deane Lodge enjoys the benefits of both rural and urban life; the Water Meadows, St Catherine’s Hill, the Hospital of St Cross, the great English outdoors on the doorstep. The city is an easy walk through Winchester College playing fields and meadows, where good pubs, restaurants, and vibrant shopping streets can wile away the days. Our website attempts to evoke the happy atmosphere of Deane Lodge, so where a glass of wine or a mug of coffee seem appropriate, they are there. Toys are left out on the floor, coats, bags, and hats are on the hooks, although we really are ‘neat freaks’ we wanted to show you how comfortable and easy a house this is to inhabit, by using pictures/images that suggest that someone has just ‘got up from the chair’ and moved to another room. Deane Lodge will be tidy and a bit frighteningly clean for your arrival, but we do want you to make yourselves comfortable and at home. With ample space for 10 people there are 3 double rooms and 2 twin rooms all equipped with real beds. At Deane Lodge once we have welcomed you in (through your own front door) and handed over the keys, you’re on holiday with your friends, not us. This softly gothic house looks like the home of Enid Blyton’s Famous Five. The old wooden gate rattles, closing behind you and this handsome red bricked house stretches up, like a well built old gentleman, waiting to welcome you in. This is the family home that you always wanted to visit; English, quirky and individual. The house is a riot of colour and texture; it is about enjoying being at home in a big English family house Sitting at the mahogany desk on the landing (it is hard to imagine that wireless broadband is available throughout) the happy atmosphere at Deane Lodge enfolds you like that of a well-loved book. A great big table (seats all 10), funky chairs with fat feather cushions, a pew with a denim bolster, sit here and take a leisurely feast with friends. The house may have an evocative atmosphere of a bygone era but it accommodates the needs of the 21st century family. An awe inspiring 55inch high definition TV screen, with surround sound, plus a great selection of films and a Sony Playstation (PS3) for savvy online-gamers. A great Brio train set, a family heirloom castle with ogres, knights and damsels, the complete cast of Lord of the Rings and Horrid Henry, of course children are welcome at Deane Lodge. Deane Lodge is the sort of house where you can either raid the library, (great books) or begin writing yourself. There is a real feeling of ‘Upstairs Downstairs’ about Deane Lodge. Up the steep (but good for you) stairs, are the servants quarters but don’t feel cheated if this is where your friends have put you. The attic has two doubles, one twin and a bathroom.
The Annexe: Carole Wilkinshttp://sites.google.com/site/theannexeswanmoreclose/18 Swanmore Close Harestock Hampshire England SO22 6LX Winchester446492.26397 131483.949015Modern spacious self contained ground floor flat attached to owners property. Two miles north of Winchester on a good bus route with services every 15 minutes during the day and hourly in the evening. There is adequate parking outside the property in a lay by. The accommodation consists of 1 bedroom with twin beds and plenty of cupboards and drawers. Large lounge/diner with optional folding bed for 3rd person; a cot is available. Freeview TV/DVD, digital radio. Free WIFI by arrangement. Bathroom has bath with power shower over bath and heated towel rail. Seperate WC. Fully equipped kitchen, all electric with washing machine, fridge/freezer and microwave. Own entrance into decked garden area with seat and table. Use of washing line. All bed linen and towels provided. No smoking or pets. Several shops nearby including Waitrose, Tesco Express, various takeaways and an excellent Indian restaurant. Short breaks available. Minimum 3 nights.


5 Clifton Terrace5 Clifton Terrace Hampshire England SO22 5BJ Winchester447632.039209 129659.254567We are within easy walking distance to the cathedral, city centre and the railway station. With thirty years experience living in the area, you can expect your hosts to provide some great ideas for days out, from nearby walking, sightseeing and fishing to a little further afield and the numerous attractions of the New Forest and south coast. Our breakfast menu comprises local produce wherever possible and if you are here for fishing, how about your catch prepared for breakfast, lightly grilled with butter and garnished with lemon and local watercress. We are also happy to meet special dietry requirements given a little notice. Wireless internet and free city parking.
Complyns B&Bhttp://www.complyns.co.ukChilcomb Hampshire England SO21 1HT Winchester450939.068486 128311.667728Complyns is a detached 17th century listed former farm house with a large country garden and orchard which guests are more than welcome to use. The Hamlet of Chilcomb nestles in the valley of the South Downs off the A31 east of Winchester, which is only 5 minutes away with the popular South Downs walk to Eastbourne passing right by the front gate. We have been running our friendly, happy and successful B&B for over fifteen years with many returning visitors from far and wide. Full English breakfast, fresh produce when possible and homemade preserves. Summer breakfast in garden if requested. Packed lunch for walkers on request. Guests may use garden. Boiler room for drying wet clothes and boots. There is off road parking as well as a lock up for bicylces. Complyns is two miles from the new planetarium and 20 miutes drive from Southampton's Cruising Port. Chilcomb is a great base for visiting many local areas of interest. We offer a quality, comfortable home and endeavour to make your stay a happy and memorable one.
Brymer Househttp://www.brymerhouse.co.uk29/30 St. Faiths Road Hampshire England SO23 9QD WINCHESTER447700.343805 128102.86055Comfortable, quiet, self contained half of a beautifully furnished town house, within walking distance of the city centre and water meadows. A very warm welcome and delicious breakfasts. Easy parking.
Windy Ridge99 Andover Road Hampshire England SO22 6AX Winchester447393.05299 131113.991023Detached, well-equipped house. A pleasant walk from City Centre. Plenty of parking space. Welcoming host. Private bathroom with bath and shower for guests use only.
Mrs B E C Bretthttp://www.stmargaretsbandb.comSt Margaret's 3 St. Michael's Road Hampshire England SO23 9JE Winchester447865.146616 129005.230979St Margaret's is a charming Victorian brick-and-flint house ideally situated on a quiet street in an old part of the city near the Cathedral, Winchester College and a few minutes' walk from the centre. The bedrooms are light and comfortable with garden views, and have colour televisions and tea/coffee facilities. Delicious English breakfasts are provided; special diets can be catered for on request. Nice cats, books and music. No-smoking please.
R J and V J Weller63 Upper Brook Street Hampshire England SO23 8DG Winchester448249.880764 129687.222784A 3* Victorian cottage in Winchester city centre with patio garden. TV lounge. Tea and coffee making facilities. Extensive breakfast menu. Good restaurants nearby. Public car park directly opposite. Recommended by the 'Which Bed and Breakfast' guide. Non smoking establishment.
The Lilacshttp://www.smoothhound.co.uk/hotels/lilacs.html1 Harestock Close (Off Andover Road North) Hampshire England SO22 6NP Winchester446924.820084 132066.180382Our home offers high standards of comfort, cleanliness and cuisine. Close to beautiful countryside on the northern outskirts of winchester. Off road parking. Non smoking accommodation. Breakfast menu in welcome folder. Excellent home-cooked full English breakfast with local free range eggs and home-made preserves. Flat screen TV with Freeview, DVD player and radio in each bedroom. Wi-fi is also available. Open all year except Christmas and New Year See website for more details and photos.
The Running Horsehttp://www.runninghorseinn.co.uk88 Main Road Hampshire England SO22 6QS Winchester445399.9689 132697.617769The Running Horse is no ordinary pub. Situated on the outskirts of Winchester in the village of Littleton it offers a unique blend of local atmosphere, fine dining and luxurious accommodation. Offering nine beautifully-appointed double or twin bedrooms in the charming garden, with views across the open countryside, each room is furnished in a simple contemporary style. All have en-suite facilities, flat screen TV, wireless access, hospitality tray and the rates include a full English or Continental breakfast. Extra beds in rooms can be arranged from £15, but are only available for children up to 12 years of age. Bar Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am - 11pm, Sun 12noon - 9.30pm. Dining Room opening hours Lunch: Mon - Sat 12noon - 2pm, Sun 12noon-4pm Evening Meals: Mon-Thur 6pm-9pm, Fri & Sat 6pm-9.30pm, Sun 6pm-8.30pm. Ideal for both the business traveller or for those looking for a casual break wanting that extra special something.
The King Alfred Public Househttp://www.thekingalfred.co.uk11 Saxon Road Hyde Hampshire England SO23 7DJ Winchester448203.356245 130242.870631The King Alfred is over 100 years old and situated in Hyde near to all local amenities. Within walking distance of Winchester station and close to M3/A34. Our rooms have been renovated (March 08) to a high standard offering comfortable B&B in a lovely area of Winchester at value for money prices. Room only rates and long stay discounts available.
Mr & Mrs A B Williams24 Clifton Road Hampshire England SO22 5BU Winchester447481.850219 129835.819728Pretty Victorian house within easy walking distance of city centre, university, hospital and station. Quiet, clean and friendly. Non-smoking.
Giffard Househttp://www.giffardhotel.co.uk50 Christchurch Road St Cross Hampshire England SO23 9SU Winchester447573.32628 128880.202544Completely restored to a luxurious standard to create the atmosphere of a prosperous Victorian family house in this leafy part of the city, just 10 minutes’ walk from the centre. Ample parking. Fully licensed.
The Wykeham Armshttp://www.wykehamarmswinchester.co.uk75 Kingsgate Street Hampshire England SO23 9PE Winchester448111.917435 129074.249036The Wykeham Arms is a unique 18th century coaching inn, situated between Winchester Cathedral and Winchester College, tucked away in the quietest corner of the city. Retaining many of its orginal features and character, the inn is renowned within Hampshire for its charm and the warm hospitality you will receive from the manager, Jon Howard and his team. Comfortable period bedrooms are tastefully decorated and reasonably priced and you cannot fail to enjoy excellent home-cooked cuisine in the charming atmosphere of the restaurant or bar, adorned from top to bottom with memorabilia and real log fires during the winter months. A varied selection of light meals are also available between 12 Noon - 14.30 & 18.30 to 21.15, along with an extensive range of wines and Fuller's award-winning ales and beers. Surrounded by many beautiful towns and places of interest, The Wykeham Arms is the ideal place to stay for both business and pleasure.
HeybridgeClifton Road Hampshire England SO22 5BP Winchester447499.892465 129702.526097Large Victorian town house overlooking Oram's Arbour only minutes away from the station, city centre, law courts, cathedral, shops and restaurants. Separate keyed access to quiet, comfortable en suite rooms. Breakfast is served in the dining room. Free parking.
Mrs P Patton12 Christchurch Road Hampshire England SO23 9SR Winchester447610.030965 129080.728771An elegant Victorian house, furnished with style. An easy pleasant walk into the city centre, cathedral, museums and water meadows. Breakfast is served in our conservatory, overlooking the beautiful garden, features homemade bread, preserves and local produce. Member of National Garden Scheme.
Mrs Linda Chalk152 Teg Down Meads Hampshire England SO22 5NS Winchester445770.401414 130409.838868Comfortable spacious detached house approximately one and a half miles from city centre and very close to open countryside. Ten minutes drive to city centre with regular bus service to city and railway station. Tourists, business people, walkers and cyclists all very welcome. Ground floor twin room has own side entrance. Off road parking.
58 Hyde Streethttp://www.58hydestreet.co.ukHyde Street Hampshire England SO23 7DY Winchester448111.386646 130186.40626Attractive Georgian town house. Short walk from city centre and station. Private bathroom down short flight of stairs. Use of sitting room. Breakfast in conservatory, weather permitting. Children welcome. This house is not suitable for anyone with physical disabilities, as there are a lot of stairs. We also have a dog so may not be suitable for those who suffer from allergies. Discounts available for more than two night stays.
The Kings Headhttp://www.kingsheadhursley.co.ukMain Road Hampshire England SO21 2JW Winchester442600.365744 125400.369157The Kings Head is a grade II listed coaching inn. Refurbished in late 2009 to a high standard that maintains the Georgian atmosphere but with the latest comforts. This freehouse offers a range of five local and national ales and fine fare. Eat and drink among the log fires or out in the walled garden. A vaulted cellar bard is available for functions. The inn celebrates its 200th anniversary in 2010.
Highfield Cottagehttp://www.smoothhound.co.uk/hotels/highfieldcott.htmlOld Rectory Lane Hampshire England SO21 1NR Winchester448325.170688 125072.465966Quietly situated 5 minutes' drive from Winchester. Self-contained accommodation in barn-style annexe with own sitting room/kitchen. Decorated in simple Scandinavian style, the barn makes a comfortable base for tourists or business people. Evening meals at local pubs. Good bus and train links to Winchester. Convenient stop-over for Southampton Airport and ferries.
St John's Crofthttp://www.st-johns-croft.co.uk/Dotty and Nick Fraser St Johns Street Hampshire England SO23 0HF Winchester448773.079689 129569.790577St John's Croft is a beautiful Grade II listed Queen Anne town housebuilt circa 1770 with many original features and stunning views across the city. The house is a short walk to the city centre, cathedral, shops and restaurants and situated close to King Alfred's statue. The bedrooms are large and comfortable with washbasins and have views over the city and/or walled garden. Breakfast is cooked on the Aga and served in our light and spacious kitchen. There is free on-site parking and wifi available. We hope that you will enjoy your stay in the informal atmosphere of this family home.
The Old Vinehttp://www.oldvinewinchester.com8 Great Minster Street Hampshire England SO23 9HA Winchester448040.140055 129407.230561With stunning views of the cathedral, this Grade II listed 18th-century inn in the heart of historic Winchester is the perfect place to meet for lunch, supper or a drink in a stylish, 100% smoke-free environment. Excellent real ales and fine wines; delicious food in the relaxed, informal surroundings of our award-winning restaurant; oak beams and a roaring log fire in winter; a sunny, flower-filled terrace in summer; and friendly, helpful staff. We're very proud of our spacious, well-appointed guest rooms - newly opened in autumn 2006, they offer a superior level of comfort in stylish and sophisticated yet warm and restful surroundings. Taking the unique period features of each room into consideration, the design is an elegant mix of antique and contemporary - finely crafted Arts and Crafts, Georgian and Art Deco furniture sits alongside the sumptuous fabrics and wallpapers of Osborne and Little, Zimmer and Rohde, Nina Campbell and Zoffany. We offer double and twin rooms of standard and superior categories, as well as a luxurious top-floor suite which commands magnificent views of the cathedral. All rooms feature en-suite bathrooms with power showers, complimentary White Company toiletries, mahogany sleigh beds, deep pocket-sprung mattresses, crisp Egyptian cotton bed linen, fluffy towels and bathrobes, flat-screen TVs with digital services, unlimited broadband internet access (wireless in some rooms), mini fridges and complimentary soft drinks, fresh milk for tea and coffee, Nespresso coffee makers and digital room safes. The Old Vine's reputation is built on the quality of its food. Our standard menu consists of quality British and continental cuisine, ranging from honest, tasty pub food to more elaborate fare, complemented by a daily specials menu featuring fresh fish and seasonal dishes. We hold a Hampshire Hospitality Award for the quality of our food and service and for our use of local produce. Real ale buffs might also like to know that we're Cask Marque accredited and that we're in the Good Beer Guide. Our restaurant can comfortably accommodate groups of up to six guests on one table; for larger parties, or to make a booking, please contact us. Elegant contemporary design enhances the charming period features of our cosy bar. Relax over a glass of fine wine or a pint of real ale (Ringwood Best and Timothy Taylor Landlord always available; one guest ale on rotation) and if you're feeling peckish, a bar menu as well as nuts, olives and crisps are on offer. In summer, our flower-filled terrace is available for al fresco food and drink; should the British weather do its worst, there is a glazed and heated patio area for those who like to enjoy the fresh air while keeping warm and dry! We look forward to welcoming you to Winchester and making your stay a memorable one.
Orchard Househttp://www.orchardhousetwyford.co.ukManor Road Twyford Hampshire England SO21 1RJ Winchester447942.313384 124301.523797Our accommodation comprises three light and airy rooms. We have two double rooms and one twin. All rooms have en suite facilities, breakfast table and chairs, TV and tea and coffee making facilities. In addition we have free wireless internet access. Situated in peaceful village with 3 pubs within walking distance providing good food. Winchester 3 miles, Southampton Airport 5 miles and M3 1 mile. Off road parking on site. A choice of a large continental or a full English breakfast is included.
Mrs S R Saraby53A Parchment Street Hampshire England SO23 8BA Winchester448235.086711 129620.3550853a Parchment Street was built in 1875 and offers an exremely central position. This 3* home has been beautifully renovated and provides comfortable and characterful accommodation. The double en-suite room has tea and coffee making facilities. Non-smoking establishment. Please contact us by telephone to make a booking.
Dawn Cottage99 Romsey Road Hampshire England SO22 5PQ Winchester446379.795748 128947.219811Charming character cottage set in secluded gardens with ample parking and magnificent Itchen Valley views. Romsey Road, continuation of High Street, provides quick and easy access to city centre. Three tastefully furnished bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom, remote control colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities, central heating etc. Breakfast can be served on the balcony in summer. Highly recommended for quality accommodation, excellent food and that 'little extra' friendliness that makes for a special break. A 'no-smoking' house.
Twyford Househttp://www.twyfordhousebnb.co.ukHigh Street Hampshire England SO21 1NJ Winchester448300.312121 125105.59882A warm welcome awaits you at our historic Queen Anne village home situated in the village of Twyford, 3 miles from Winchester and 1 mile from Junction 11 of the M3. Benjamin Franklin stayed here. We have off-street parking and are 10 minutes' walk from two local pubs which provide evening meals. Cash or Cheques please - no cards accepted.
29 Christchurch Roadhttp://www.fetherstondilke.comChristchurch Road Hampshire England SO23 9SU Winchester447599.753694 128902.68873Friendly welcome in a regency style family home. Parking. Easy walk to city centre, cathedral, law courts and college. All three rooms have TV, wireless internet access, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and comfortable beds with two en suite shower rooms and a private bathroom. For breakfast there are free-range eggs and home made preserves. Vegetarians catered for. We are a no smoking house. French spoken and euros accepted
Little Meadhttp://www.little-mead.comHome Lane Sparsholt Hampshire England SO21 2NN Winchester443490.814523 131357.743752Situated in a quiet, tree-lined lane in the pretty village of Sparsholt, Little Mead is set in its own lovingly created garden and has views over the 12th Century parish church. This property also provides generous off street parking . It offers an exceptionally high standard of accommodation with deeply comfortable beds, duck down duvets, and luxurious sheets. At Little Mead there is an emphasis on local produce for the breakfast menus. For evening meals and lunch there is a choice of excellent eating establishments nearby including the award winning Plough Inn and Lainston House Hotel in the village itself. Little Mead is the ideal base for both holiday makers and those on business in the Winchester area, being within easy reach of Sparsholt College, Winchester City centre, IBM Hursley, Aquiva’s offices in Crawley and the Army training regiment, Sir John Moore Barracks. There are marvellous local walks and cycle rides in the extensive woods to the immediate west of the village while fly fishermen will be attracted by the proximity of the River Test. Local tourist attractions include Winchester Cathedral, the village of Chawton where Jane Austen and her family lived, Selborne, the home of the famous naturalist, Gilbert White, the Watercress Steam Railway at Alresford, the historic Naval Base and museum at Portsmouth, Paulton’s Park at Romsey and the New Forest. Little Mead is easily accessible. During day time there is an hourly bus service to Winchester (with a stop near the station) from a stop only yards from our garden door, while Winchester station provides regular fast train services to London, Bournemouth and beyond, Reading and the North, and Portsmouth. Southampton Airport, which is only half an hour away by train and taxi or by car, provides regular air services to domestic and continental destinations.

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Lainston House Hotelhttp://www.exclusivehotels.co.ukSparsholt Hampshire England SO21 2LT Winchester443650.817255 131158.904437A charming 17th century house standing elegantly in 63 acres of Hampshire parkland. Delicate archways and loggias frame the picture perfect entrance and a small amble reveals a beautiful 12th century chapel ruin and pretty dovecote amidst copious countryside. With an abundance of atmosphere and character, your stay can take you on a memorable journey through the elegant lounges and drawing rooms, scented gardens where you can indulge in afternoon tea and wonderfully individual bedrooms with unique Hampshire views. Perhaps you could take a seat in the Cedar Bar and recline in our leather chairs while we mix you an elegant cocktail or pour one of our many malts, armagnacs and cognacs - some of which date back to 1811. The choices will leave you in awe. Traditional guest rooms from £150 per night and deluxe guest rooms from £195 per night.
Harestock Lodge Hotel & Restauranthttp://www.harestocklodgehotel.com65 Harestock Road Hampshire England SO22 6NX Winchester446382.393905 131705.394381Previously a Victorian gentleman’s residence, Harestock Lodge Hotel exudes charm and, with only 17 bedrooms, guests can look forward to a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Situated just a short distance from the city centre and adjacent to open countryside, the hotel affords a somewhat quieter ambience than many of the city hotels. Harestock Lodge Hotel is the largest privately run hotel in Winchester and Kevin and Julia Kelly, its proprietors, are committed to providing quality service at reasonable prices. With a combined experience in the hospitality industry of over 30 years they are able, when those special occasions demand, to advise guests what can be achieved and, more importantly, what can’t. Restaurant ‘65’ which proffers a somewhat colonial feel, is popular not only with hotel guests but the general public having already received critical acclaim. Professional consultants have also been engaged for the design and refurbishment of the bedrooms. The hotel’s size and fully enclosed garden, complete with terrace, makes it an ideal venue for weddings and corporate functions. Please refer to a selection of the testimonials received. The hotel is also equipped to catering for older or disabled customers. Please refer to our Accessibility Statement for details.
Mercure Wessex Hotelhttp://www.mercure.comPaternoster Row Hampshire England SO23 9LQ Winchester448280.322374 129353.858015Situated in the heart of historic Winchester with unrivalled views over the 900 year old Cathedral. With 91 rooms and 3 suites all bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms and are fully equipped with digital satellite television, hairdryer, trouser press, iron and ironing boards, complimentary tea and coffee and mini bars. Walker's Restaurant serving English Breakfast and A La Carte Lunches/Dinners. King's Lounge serving bar snacks all day, morning coffee and the famous Wessex afternoon tea. Don't forget to try out the hotel's gym and complimentary entry to the leisure centre. Group Travel: min/max group size: 15 - 60 - restaurant - conference facilities (max 100) - coach parking (limited) - agent’s commission Please contact the hotel for best available rates or look at our website.
The Winchester Royalhttp://www.forestdale.comSt. Peter Street Hampshire England SO23 8BS Winchester448139.682363 129630.588136Hotel of character in quiet location by High Street and Cathedral. Originally a private house, it became a Bishop's residence and later a convent and for the past 150 years a hotel. All 75 bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms and you can enjoy 24 hour service. Attractive Conservatory Restaurant overlooking the pleasant garden and terrace. Ideally situated for exploring the historic delights of Winchester, with the added advantage of parking for 50 cars at rear of hotel. Open all year and short breaks include: dinner, bed and breakfast, per person per night sharing twin/double room. Minimum 2 night stay. Group Travel: min/max group size: 20/140 - restaurant (max 90) - conference facilities (max 120)
The Winchester Hotelhttp://www.pedersenhotels.com/winchesterWorthy Lane Hampshire England SO23 7AB Winchester447900.383565 130195.569732The Winchester Hotel is set right in the heart of the historic city and ideally located for both business and pleasure. Following a £7 million refurbishment in 2007 and the completion of a bedroom extension summer 2008, the Hotel has been transformed into a sparkling 4-star Boutique-style property; bringing stylish, chic and contemporary design to the heart of the ancient capital. This is just what Winchester has been waiting for… and the finished product has been worth the wait! Every one of the 98 bedrooms is en-suite and has been upgraded to offer modern décor, air-conditioning, safe, broadband internet access, desk area, hairdryer, tea & coffee making, fridge and, of course, seriously comfortable beds. Hutton’s Brasserie & Bar is a sophisticated destination restaurant with walnut floors, leather banquette seating and a stunning feature wall. Serving modern European cuisine it is the perfect venue for a bustling lunch, a quiet coffee in the afternoon or a candlelit supper on a special occasion. Using only fresh produce cooked with real passion and care, Hutton’s Bar & Brasserie has completed the new look hotel. If it’s a bit of ‘me’ time that you are after, revive Health Club offers an oasis of calm around the pool and a hive of activity in the brand new Gym. All the facilities in revive are complimentary to residents including the steam room, sauna and spa bath. On site car parking (charges may apply).
Hotel du Vin & Bistrohttp://www.hotelduvin.comSouthgate Street Hampshire England SO23 9EF Winchester447915.897708 129428.321748Relaxed, charming and unpretentious are the words that could describe Hotel du Vin, housed in the fine architecture of one of Winchester's most important Georgian buildings, dating back to 1715. The Hotel du Vin is a perfect base for exploring England's ancient capital. Wine is, of course, an important element of the hotel with each bedroom being sponsored by a wine house. The 24 individually decorated bedrooms feature superb beds made up with Egyptian cotton, CD players, trouser presses, mini-bars and satellite television and iar conditioning. The bathrooms, meanwhile, boast power showers, oversize baths, robes and fluffy towels. There is also an award-winning and immensely popular bistro offering superb fresh food cooked in a simple style. Value for money, great atmosphere and carefully chosen wines. Open: Daily, 12 noon - 2pm, 7pm - 10pm. Groups Travel: max group size: 48 - restaurant - conference facilities - agent’s commission 8% (accommodation only) - group information pack available


Hyde Tavern57 Hyde Street Hampshire UK SO23 7DY Winchester448105.574493 130208.595469
William Walker34 The Square Hampshire UK SO23 9EX Winchester448183.901558 129397.445701
White Swan84 Hyde Street Hampshire UK SO23 7DW Winchester448067.128592 129896.83251
Exchange9 Southgate Street Hampshire UK SO23 9DZ Winchester447957.634537 129462.073261
CricketersEaston Hampshire UK SO21 1EJ Winchester451114.067965 132094.782656
Ship3 Wales Street Hampshire UK SO23 0ET Winchester448695.546666 129691.398305
Running Horsehttp://www.runninghorseinn.co.uk88 Main Road Littleton Hampshire UK SO22 6QS Littleton, Winchester445465.083113 132620.338906
BuglePark Lane Twyford Hampshire UK SO21 1QT Twyford, Winchester448108.745504 124358.673687
King Alfred11 Saxon Road Hampshire UK SO23 7DJ Winchester448210.259172 130254.056597
Albion2 Stockbridge Road Hampshire UK SO23 7BZ Winchester447877.918764 129972.929325
Black Boyhttp://www.theblackboypub.com1 Wharf Hill Hampshire UK SO23 9NQ Winchester448644.390132 128945.767591
Trouthttp://www.thetroutitchenabbas.co.ukMain Road Itchen Abbas Hampshire UK SO21 1BQ Itchen Abbas, Winchester453528.359336 132864.386285
Eclipse25 The Square Hampshire UK SO23 9EX Winchester448111.411834 129430.136014
Bakers Arms22 High Street Hampshire UK SO23 9JX Winchester448227.245764 129408.97114
Fox & Houndshttp://www.foxandhoundscrawley.co.ukCrawley Hampshire UK SO21 2PR Crawley, Winchester442922.041057 134722.812902
Queen28 Kingsgate Road Hampshire UK SO23 9PG Winchester447904.099294 128582.970611
Chestnut Horsehttp://www.thechestnuthorse.comEaston Hampshire UK SO21 1EG Easton, Winchester451374.325409 132197.458781
Royal OakRoyal Oak Passage Hampshire UK SO23 9AU Winchester448039.808302 129518.443644
Old ForgeMain Road Otterbourne Hampshire UK SO21 2EE Otterbourne, Winchester446177.143437 123451.387211
Old Vinehttp://www.oldvinewinchester.com8 Great Minster Street Hampshire UK SO23 9HA Winchester448068.871644 129407.4974
Royalhttp://www.thewinchesterroyalhotel.com21-22 St. Peter Street Hampshire UK SO23 8BS Winchester448137.086334 129608.320737
Ploughhttp://www.thetroutitchenabbas.co.ukMain Road Itchen Abbas Hampshire UK SO21 1BQ Itchen Abbas, Winchester453862.298747 133012.440894
PhoenixHigh Street Twyford Hampshire UK SO21 1RF Twyford, Winchester448058.323408 124424.935044
Black Rat88 Chesil Street Hampshire UK SO23 0HX Winchester448672.214284 128968.272475
Golden Lion99 Alresford Road Hampshire UK SO23 0JZ Winchester449355.06138 129464.093123
Wykeham Arms75 Kingsgate Street Hampshire UK SO23 9PE Winchester448114.927497 129052.033799
Dolphinhttp://www.dolphininn.demon.co.ukHursley Hampshire UK SO21 2JY Hursley, Winchester442801.224292 125112.868275
CricketersEaston Hampshire UK SO21 1EJ Easton, Winchester451114.067965 132094.782656
County Arms85 Romsey Road Hampshire UK SO22 5DL Winchester446877.162859 129363.199162
Kings Headhttp://www.kingsheadhursley.co.ukMain Road Hursley Hampshire UK SO21 2JW Hursley, Winchester442841.650533 125313.387125
Old Vynehttp://www.oldvinewinchester.com8 Great Minster Street Hampshire UK SO23 9HA Winchester448068.871644 129407.4974
Bell83 St. Cross Road Hampshire UK SO23 9RE Winchester447528.054067 127856.601183
Bridge HotelShawford Hampshire UK SO21 2BP Shawford, Winchester447303.899334 124996.312609
Jolly FarmerAndover Road Hampshire UK SO22 6AE Winchester447756.590787 130438.915928
Cart & Horseshttp://www.darryswinchester.sm4.bizLondon Road Kings Worthy Hampshire UK SO23 7QN Kings Worthy, Winchester449385.518257 132511.726268
Heart in HandBar End Road Hampshire UK SO23 9NP Winchester448739.099582 128713.10455
King Charles6 Lovedon Lane Kings Worthy Hampshire UK SO23 7NU Kings Worthy, Winchester448931.399985 134386.977293
Crown & Anchor168 High Street Hampshire UK SO23 9BA Winchester448472.127157 129377.894547
Roebuckhttp://www.roebuckwinchester.com57 Stockbridge Road Hampshire UK SO22 6RP Winchester447220.64837 130122.590686
Ploughhttp://www.theploughsparsholt.co.ukSparsholt Hampshire UK SO21 2NW Sparsholt, Winchester443831.864756 131371.744255
Rising Sun14 Bridge Street Hampshire UK SO23 0HL Winchester448690.204516 129290.969045
Old Gaol House11-11a Jewry Street Hampshire UK SO23 8RZ Winchester448003.841929 129618.204381
Green Man53 Southgate Street Hampshire UK SO23 9EH Winchester447879.207671 129227.793154
Willow Treehttp://www.winchesterwillow.co.uk14 Durngate Terrace Hampshire UK SO23 8QX Winchester448577.928027 129679.17094
Bishop on the Bridge1 High Street Hampshire UK SO23 9JX Winchester448590.096429 129278.906356


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Milestone: SU 4705 2607UC road Winchester Hampshire Compton And Shawford447050 126070Location:Shawford jct Position:in hedge 100m S of farm gate Design:
Direction Sign - Signpost: SU 48386 32576UC road Winchester Hampshire Headbourne Worthy448386 132576Location: Well House Lane, Headbourne Worthy. Position: jct with School Lane. Design: annulus finial - 3 arms; Hampshire Parish halo.
Milestone: SU 47562 30853B3420 Winchester Hampshire Winchester447562 130853Location: Andover Road, Barton Farm; 25m N of Park Road junction. Position: on grass verge near transformer. Design: flat top pillar.
Milepost: SU 4825 2498B3335 Winchester Hampshire Twyford448250 124980Location: Northfields; opp. Milestone Cottage. 25m S of Old Rectory Lane. Position: by the road. Design: Botley tri-post.
Direction Sign - Signpost: SU 45051 33335UC road Winchester Hampshire Littleton And Harestock445051 133335Location: t jct N of Littleton. Design: annulus finial - 3 arms; Hampshire Parish halo.
Boundary Marker: SU 46104 31185B3049 Winchester Hampshire Winchester446104 131185Location: Stockbridge Road. Position: at jcn Harestock Road on verge. Design: Parish Boundary Marker.
Direction Sign - Signpost: SU 44456 24235UC road Winchester Hampshire Hursley444456 124235Location: Poles Lane, Silkstead. Position: jct with Silkstead Lane. Design: annulus finial - 1 arm; Hamshire Parish Halo.
Milestone: SU 45143 28002A3090 Winchester Hampshire Hursley445143 128002Location: Pitt, junction of Enmill Lane. Position: triangle of grass. Design: Romsey iron plate.
Milestone: SU 4270 2373B3043 Test Valley Hampshire Ampfield442700 123730Location:Ladwell, just S of 'Red House' Position:by the road Design:
Direction Sign - Signpost: SU 51177 23490UC road Winchester Hampshire Owslebury451177 123490Location: Opp Ship Inn, Owslebury. Position: Large grass triangle, jct of Whites Hill and Whaddon lane. Design: annulus finial - 3 arms;.
Milestone: SU 46360 29017B3040 Winchester Hampshire Winchester446360 129017Location: Romsey Road, Winchester. Position: on grass verge under trees near Sleepers Hill bus stop.
Direction Sign - Signpost: SU 53090 31955UC road Winchester Hampshire Itchen Valley453090 131955Location: Avington. Position: jct with road to Easton. Design: annulus finial - 3 arms; Hampshire Parish halo.
Central Cross: SU 48101 29489UC road Winchester Hampshire Winchester448101 129489Location: High Street. Position: at jcn The Pentice. Design: The Butter Cross (High Cross), old base & steps in a new cross.
Boundary Marker: SU 48902 29059UC road Winchester Hampshire Winchester448902 129059Location: Quarry Road. Position: by Chilcomb Heights at back of pavement. Design: Boundary Marker.
Direction Sign - Signpost: SU 43055 34648UC road Winchester Hampshire Crawley443055 134648Location: beside the village pond. Position: Crossroads. Design: annulus finial - 5 arms; Hampshire Parish halo.
Boundary Marker: SU 45744 30785UC road Winchester Hampshire Winchester445744 130785Location: Dean Lane. Position: 100m jcn Lanham Lane in undergrowth. Design: Parish Boundary Marker.
Direction Sign - Signpost: SU 42804 27153UC road Winchester Hampshire Hursley442804 127153Location: Standon, jct of Farley Mount Rd and Sparsholt Rd. Design: annulus finial - 3 arms; Hamshire Parish Halo.
Milestone: SU 5092 2559UC road Winchester Hampshire Owslebury450920 125590Location: Morestead Hill. Position: at entrance to Orchard House. Design: Bishops Waltham stone.
Milestone: SU 46610 30620B3049 Winchester Hampshire Winchester446610 130620Location: Stockbridge Road, Weeke. Position: opposite Weeke Manor Close on embankment. Design: Stockbridge flat-top.
Milestone: SU 48365 30865A33 Winchester Hampshire Winchester448365 130865Location: Worthy Road, 100m N of jct with Park Road. Position: partially inset into flint wall.
Boundary Marker: SU 48549 31294B3420 Winchester Hampshire Winchester448549 131294Location: Worthy Road. Position: Abbots Walk by wall in earth. Design: Parish Boundary Marker.
Boundary Marker: SU 45511 29118UC road Winchester Hampshire Winchester445511 129118Location: Sarum Road. Position: East of jcn Kilham Lane on verge by "Vespasian". Design: Parish Boundary Marker.
Direction Sign - Signpost: SU 509 256UC road Winchester Hampshire Winchester450900 125600Location: Morestead Grange, Morestead Road. Position: Y junction. Design: annulus finial - 3 arms; Hampshire Parish halo.
Milestone: SU 4659 2448UC road Winchester Hampshire Compton And Shawford446590 124480Location:Compton, by 'Compton Lodge' Position:by the road Design: Winton plate
Direction Sign - Signpost: SU 51846 23756UC road Winchester Hampshire Owslebury451846 123756Location: Longwood Road, Owlesbury. Position: jct with Owlesbury Bottom. Design: missing finial - 3 arms;.
Boundary Marker: SU 50383 29433B3404 Winchester Hampshire Winchester450383 129433Location: Alresford Road. Position: at entrance Winnall Down Farm on grass. Design: Parish Boundary Marker.
Milestone: SU 5335 2378UC road Winchester Hampshire Owslebury453350 123780Location: Whiteflood Farm House. Position: buried deeply in bank, covered in vegetation, difficult to find. Design: Bishops Waltham stone.
Milestone: SU 48446 29353UC road Winchester Hampshire Winchester448446 129353Location: Guildhall, The Broadway. Position: SE corner of building above head height.
Direction Sign - Signpost: SU 51075 32029UC road Winchester Hampshire Itchen Valley451075 132029Location: Easton Lane, Easton. Position: jct with Chapel Lane. Design: annulus finial - 3 arms; Hampshire Parish halo.
Milestone: SU 4376 2721A3090 Winchester Hampshire Hursley443760 127210Location:Larkfarm Plantation; 200m S of lay-by on E side of road Position:in the thicket on the W side of road Design:
Milestone: SU 47456 27613B3335 Winchester Hampshire Winchester447456 127613Location: St Cross Road, Winchester. Position: in hedge bank in front of St. Cross Park.
Direction Sign - Signpost: SU 526 242UC road Winchester Hampshire Owslebury452600 124200Location: Baybridge House, Belmore Lane. Position: Crossroads. Design: missing finial - 4 arms;.
Milestone: SU 5076 3494A33 Winchester Hampshire Itchen Valley450760 134940Location: Burntwood Cottages. Position: on grass verge amongst young trees. Design: Itchen stone.
Milestone: SU 4264 2631A3090 Winchester Hampshire Hursley442640 126310Location: Standon. Position: in hedge adjacent to a farm gate, opposite to a farm drive.
Milestone: SU 4393 3212B3049 Winchester Hampshire Sparsholt443930 132120Location: Ball Down Farm. Position: on the verge near entrance to Sparsholt College. Design: Stockbridge flat-top.
Milestone: SU 5214 2468UC road Winchester Hampshire Owslebury452140 124680Location: Bottom Pond Farm. Position: by entrance to farm. Design: Bishops Waltham stone.
Direction Sign - Signpost: SU 53493 32868B3047 Winchester Hampshire Itchen Valley453493 132868Location: Station Hill. Itchen Abbas. Position: jct with UC road to Avington. Design: annulus finial - 3 arms; Hampshire Parish halo.
Boundary Marker: SU 45629 28306B3040 Winchester Hampshire Winchester445629 128306Location: Romsey Road. Position: 3m back from road at path to gas installation under tree. Design: Parish Boundary Marker.
Direction Sign - Signpost: SU 50835 24000UC road Winchester Hampshire Owslebury450835 124000Location: Crossroads at Hazlewood Farm, Owslebury. Position: grass verge by gate. Design: no finial - 3 arms;.
Direction Sign - Signpost: SU 54008 33843UC road Winchester Hampshire Itchen Valley454008 133843Location:jct of Northington Road and Rectory Lane at Spreadoak Cottages Position: Design: no finial - 1 arm;
Boundary Marker: SU 47791 26940n/a Winchester Hampshire Winchester447791 126940Location: Five Bridges Road. Position: next to gate & river channel on verge. Design: Parish Boundary Marker.
Milestone: SU 5101 2940B3404 Winchester Hampshire Chilcomb451010 129400Location:No Mans' Land; 50m to right of entrance to the cemetery Position:on grass verge Design: Tasker block


Park Farm448573.8 123740.66This is a pillar triangulation station, at a height of 81. It was levelled in 01/11/1957
Deacon Hill450621.42 127540.87This is a pillar triangulation station, at a height of 143. It was levelled in 01/01/1958
Cheesefoot Head453121.63 127691.22This is a pillar triangulation station, at a height of 176. It was levelled in 01/05/1957
Field House442827.82 123763.6This is a pillar triangulation station, at a height of 86. It was levelled in 01/09/1958


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Winchester Various LocationsColebrook Street Hampshire England SO23 9GH WINCHESTER448379.132059 129354.780943Winchester various locations


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River Park Leisure Centrehttp://www.riverparkleisurecentre.co.ukRiver Park Leisure Centre Gordon Road Hampshire England SO23 7DD Winchester448307.262374 129921.312497River Park Leisure Centre is a modern, well appointed leisure complex, offering an excellent range of facilities and activities for people of all ages. Please call 01962 848700 to find out the exact opening times of the facility you are requesting.


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