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No. 6

Our residences in Winchester.

No. 5


England's medieval capital is a cultural gem on the western edge of  the sprawling South Downs. Visitors will be delighted to find Michelin rated restaurants walking distance from one of Europe's most spectacular cathedrals and, crucially, from our luxurious private residences.


Winchester! The ancient capital of Anglo-Saxon Wessex under Alfred the Great and of England under William the Conqueror. Today a vibrant and lively modern city still deeply connected to its history, it is a place that demands the attention as a special destination for new experiences. Whether it is to immerse yourself in the historic built environment, visit the museums, shop in the exquisite boutiques, experience the liveliest markets in the South of England or take in the country walks and National Parks that are minutes from the centre of this small city. 


Historic Winchester has an enormous variety of places to eat and drink, from Michelin recognised restaurants to ancient and characterful pubs, artisanal coffee shops and bakeries are on hand. Only a few minutes’ drive away are the beautiful Georgian towns of Stockbridge and Alresford and the pretty villages along the Test Valley. On the edge of the South Downs National Park and close to the New Forest National Park, and easily accessible to the Solent through Portsmouth, Southsea, Hamble, Southampton and Lymington, the outdoors is integral to those who live in and around Winchester and to its visitors.


The variety and choice for eating and drinking in Winchester is unsurpassed. Michelin rated restaurants, famous names such as Raymond Blanc and Rick Stein, award winning pubs and the buzz of a hand roasted espresso in a boutique coffee shop are on your doorstep. Country pubs by the river or along the walks in the National Parks compete for your attention.


Listed below are some fantastic pubs, gastropubs and fine dining options.

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