Complyns Bed & Breakfast, Winchester

Winchester is five minutes away by car. Visit the Cathedral, St Swithun's Bridge, the Old Water Mill,  Water Meadows, Museums, a Farmers market (Second and Fourth Sundays), shop in the Precinct or visit the Christmas Market and Ice Rink. Alresford is an attractive small Georgian town worth visiting, for walks, good food and shopping.  It is the home of the Midhants Railway Watercress Line, and is very popular for its pubs and walks. Stop off at Caracoli for lunch or afternoon tea!

Avington Trout Fishery, about 3-4 miles away, is one of the oldest stillwater trout fisheries in the country, famous for its clear water stalking and the big fish it produces. Also situated across from the fishery is Avington Park, used mainly for Weddings, but also for corporate functions and as a film location.

If you are a fan of Jane Austen, you can visit her home in the village of Chawton, and her resting place in Winchester. Her tomb can be found in the North Aisle of the Winchester Cathedral.

Broadlands, the home of the Late Lord Mountbatten is in nearby ROMSEY. In this area you can also find Sir Harold Hilliers Gardens, and Mottisfont Abbey.

The Port of SOUTHAMPTON is very nearby for those heading off or returning from a luxury cruise.
NEW FOREST a great day out, including Beaulieu, Exbury Gardens, Lymington for sailing and Ferry to the Isle of Wight, amongst many other popular attractions.  

PORTSMOUTH Historic Dockyard with Victory the Warrior and Mary Rose. Gun Wharf Quays is a popular shopping and eating destination on the waters edge.  The D-Day Museum, birthplace of Charles Dickens and the Blue Reef Aquarium are also worth a visit. Take the lift to the top of Portsmouth's Spinnaker Tower and enjoy far reaching views.

SALISBURY Stonehenge and Avebury about ¾ hour drive away.

There are many fantastic restaurants and pubs in and around Winchester.  Pubs include The Golden Lion, just 5 minutes from us. The Cricketers and The Chestnut Horse in Easton, The Trout in Itchen Abbas and The Bush in Ovington as well as many others. If it is fine dining you are looking for, there are many restaurants in Winchester, including Hotel Du Vin, The Chesil Rectory as well as Brasserie Blanc and the Black Rat, which has a Michelin Star.
Conveniently situated four miles from the University of Winchester.
Complyns, Chilcomb, Winchester, Hampshire, SO21 1HT
tel: 01962 861 600 mobile: 0789 044 7982