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Lainston House Hotel
Sparsholt
Winchester
Hampshire

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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 Winchester. The house is a charming home from home in which to unwind, with a warm and welcoming atmosphere created by the friendly and long-serving staff.

The Drawing Room and Cedar Bar have enchanting views along Lainston's spectacular avenue of Limes. This is the perfect place to enjoy afternoon tea or a pre-dinner cocktail. The elegant Avenue Restaurant, which overlooks the gardens, offers an imaginative selection of dishes, complemented by an extensive range of fine wines. The bedrooms and suites are all individually decorated, reflecting the period of the house.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Red Stars
3 Rosettes
Number of Rooms: 50
Number Ensuite: 50
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Name: The Avenue
Cuisine: English/French
Chef: Andy Mackenzie
Awards: 3 AA Rosettes

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