Hotel was lovely although having to pay for parking was a bit of a disappointment and also annoying as they didn't take notes ! Restaurant was amazing food was delicious and staff were fab! would definitely recommend dining there!
The Winchester Hotel is a 4 star hotel set right in the heart of the historic city of Winchester ideally located for both …More
Arrived 6 p.m Directed to room bit confusing to find but it was very pleasant. Had o go out of main building through an open covered walkway. Warm and cosy. Beds very comfortable. Were able to open window.
Had a meal in restaurant - good choices and not rushed. Breakfast was excellent lots of choices.
We found the Mercure Hotel to be excellent. The staff were helpful and answered any questions that we had. The breakfasts had a wide range of appetizing foods and when we had a dinner the choices were much more than adequate
the room we had was a disabled room . the toilet had a sliding door and overall . The whole bathroom was in need of a refurbishment. The toilet had to be flushed more than once and as I stayed in the same room a couple of months before I knew this was not a recent problem. I have stayed in other rooms at this motel and found them to be better qualty
Traveller from Wales
8 Miles from Winchester. Winchester Train Station 8 miles. Winchester Cathedral. The Screen at Winchester Theater. Marwell Zoo.More
The ancient capital of England, and once the seat of King Alfred, historic Winchester is famous for its magnificent cathedral begun in 1079, and venerable Winchester College founded in 1382. The picturesque area around the Cathedral Green has changed little over the centuries, and offers good places to eat, drink and shop. A short walk across the water meadows, the 12th-century Hospital of St Cross is England’s most perfectly preserved almshouse.