Winchester Cathedral
Winchester Cathedral

Winchester is one of Englandís finest old cities, at one time capital of this country with a grand cathedral as evidence of that. There are many attractions historic and contemporary in the city, with a wealth of lovely buildings, great places to eat and drink, and excellent shopping... Read More

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Winchester Events

January
Lambing Days
March
Winchester Beer Fest
May
French Market
HiFi South Festival
Mayfest
Sparsholt College Countryside Day
June
Annual Writer's Conference - Festival of Writing
Clarendon Way Walk
July
All Breeds Fun Dog Show
Hat Fair
Winchester Festival
September
Winchester Open Weekend
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Hotels in Winchester - 18 places to stay

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Winchester Royal

Winchester Royal
Built in the centre of Winchester as a private house it then became a Bishop's Residence and a Convent. For the past century and a half it has been an hotel. All 75 ... More | Double Room: £114 - £158 | visit website
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Lainston House Hotel

Lainston House Hotel

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This elegant William and Mary house was built in the 17th century and is set in 63 acres of Hampshire's downland countryside, situated on the outskirts of the historic city of ... More

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Hotel du Vin & Bistro

Hotel du Vin & Bistro
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Hotel du Vin is housed in one of Winchester's most important Queen Anne buildings, dating back to 1715.

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Mercure Wessex Hotel

Mercure Wessex Hotel
The Wessex Hotel is situated in the heart of Winchester. Many of our bedrooms overlook the famous 900 year old Cathedral, a view that is not to be missed. Our ideal location means easy access ... More | visit website
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Norton Park Hotel

Norton Park Hotel

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With a beautiful, peaceful setting in 54 acres of tranquil parkland, Norton Park is one of the finest hotels in Hampshire and is ideal for a relaxing break. This impressive 4-star hotel ... More

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No5 Bridge Street

No5 Bridge Street
Welcome to No.5 Bridge Street, the newest arrival to the Winchester hospitality scene. Having recently undergone a complete refurbishment, this city-centre bar, kitchen and rooms have been transformed to create a vibrant and stylish setting. ... More | visit website
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The Winchester Hotel

The Winchester Hotel
Situated in the heart of ancient Winchester, The Winchester Hotel and Spa offers free parking just 5 minutesí walk from Winchester Rail Station. A piano cafť bar, an award-winning restaurant and a modern fitness centre ... More | visit website
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The Kings Head

The Kings Head
We offer a warm welcome and traditional rural hospitality to rival all other inns and hotels in Winchester. The Kings Head was built during the heyday of the coaching era in 1810 and ... More | visit website
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Wykeham Arms

Wykeham Arms

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The Wykeham Arms is a unique 18th century coaching Inn, situated between Winchester College and the Cathedral, tucked away in the quietest corner of the city. Offering 14 comfortable bedrooms ... More

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The King Alfred Pub

The King Alfred Pub

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In the leafy area of Hyde in Winchester, this charming traditional English pub now offers brand new, high-standard 4-star en suite guest accommodation in a great location. Close to all of Winchesterís ... More

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