Hotels in Winchester
The area in and around Winchester is a hotspot for British fiction. The Sherlock Holmes novels, the adventure of the copper beaches and the problem of thor bridge were both set in the area of Winchester. Fictional hero captain scarlet was supposedly born in Winchester, as was the male hero from Phillip Pullmans “his dark materials” trilogy; William Parry. In the film Merlin, Merlin correctly predicts that Winchester will fall to the armies of king Uther.
Not just a fictitious place, Winchester is full of things to do. Winchester castle has regular tours and is home to King Arthur’s roundtable. Other attractions include Winchester cathedral and Wolversey castle and palace.
The Angel serves local produce and real ales in its bar and restaurant and is 20 minutes away from Winchester. All the rooms come with wifi, TV and a luxury bed. Norton park hotel is in 54 acres of parkland offering fantastic walks. The hotel is 12 miles from Winchester and has a spa with 8 treatment rooms.
The Mercure Wessex hotel overlooks Winchester cathedral and Winchester castle is 5 minutes away. With a bar, restaurant and fitness centre the hotel as everything you will need including 24-hour front desk and room service. Out in the Winchester suburbs is the Fox and Hounds which was built in 1901 in a tusdor style. Its restaurant sells good food and local ales and the pub is separate from the rooms. Once a 15th century coaching inn the White Hart Stockbridge, is a hotel full of character. The restaurant provides local produce and of site parking is provided.
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