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No5 Bridge Street
Winchester
Hampshire

SO23 0HN | View map
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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. Whether you are looking for a venue suitable for a business stay or a special getaway, No.5 has six boutique en suite guest rooms to chose from, providing all the comforts of soft Egyptian linen, stunning bathrooms with oversized showers, Wi-Fi and 19" Freeview flat screen TV's. These things come as standard, but if you are looking for an evening meal or delicious breakfast to start the day, No.5 is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, 7 days a week, offering everything from small plates and charcuterie through to an extensive kitchen menu and daily specials, all made from the best of fresh, locally sourced ingredients. A cracking wine list, award winning ales and mastered cocktails gives you plenty to choose from. Whatever the occasion, we work hard to make No.5 Bridge Street your venue of choice.

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