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Holiday Inn Winchester

Telegraph Way

Morn Hill

 

Winchester

SO21 1HZ 

United Kingdom 

Registro de entrada: 3p. m.

Registro de salida: 11a. m.

Edad de entrada:18


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Lugares destacados de la ubicación
Centro de la ciudad
Cómo llegar del centro de la ciudad al hotel:
East
Distancia del hotel:
2.4 MI/ 3.86 KM
Local
Golf:
4.1 MI/ 6.6 KM Suroeste
Tenis en cancha cubierta:
4 MI/ 6.44 KM Oeste

Atracciones

  • Winchester Science Centre
Visita obligada

Visita obligada

Imposing, Gothic Winchester Cathedral is the longest medieval cathedral in Europe and home to the magnificent, illuminated Winchester Bible. You can view 12th-century wall paintings and medieval carvings, as well as seven ornate chantry chapels. A tour of the crypt offers the opportunity to see Antony Gormley’s life-size sculpture of a solitary man – Sound II.
Actividad imprescindible

Actividad imprescindible

Take a trip back in time with a ride on the Watercress Line heritage steam railway, a 10-minute drive from the hotel. Hop on and off to explore picturesque places such as the Georgian market town of Alresford. You can stroll through the Hampshire countryside near Medstead and Four Marks, or amble down to Jane Austen's House Museum in her former home in Chawton Village.
No se vaya a casa sin

No se vaya a casa sin

Immerse yourself in medieval mythology with a trip to the Great Hall, an imposing 13th-century aisle hall that today is all that remains of Winchester Castle. The Hall is home to King Arthur's Round Table, and displays exhibits exploring the history of the castle and Great Hall. You can also stroll through Queen Eleanor's Garden, a re-created, medieval-style enclosed garden.
Sugerencias

Sugerencias

The River Itchen winds through Winchester via channels past the Cathedral and Winchester College, as well as through water meadows south of the city. This picturesque setting inspired Keats to write Ode to Autumn. You can stroll along the poet's daily route from King Alfred’s statue to the medieval St Cross Hospital. Stop by the tourist office for a map or ask the friendly hotel staff for tips.