Situated within the heart of historic Winchester comes this generous en-suite room with half tester antique bed with royal connections. The bedding is Egyptian cotton. The luxury en-suite features a contemporary roll top bath and rainfall shower. Guests have use of the dining room with its characterful beams and piano, and access to the kitchen with its homely aga and has facilities on hand for tea and coffee making, as well as the use of a microwave.
An historic building with loads of character. It was formerly a dairy but converted to residential use in the 1980s. The walls are built of stone from Hyde Abbey, thought to be the last resting place of King Alfred the Great (of burnt cakes fame). The Abbey was destroyed by Henry VIII at the time of the reformation.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have their own double bedroom and ensuite bathroom with underfloor heating. The bedroom has a place to work, or if preferred they can use the dining room table. The kitchen is available for the guests to prepare ready meals, make drinks and have use of the fridge. There is an additional downstairs loo. When the weather permits you are welcome to use the pretty walled garden.
- No food in the bedroom
- Quiet hours 23:00 to 06:30
- Not suitable for those with restricted mobility
À partir du 24 décembre 2017 - 25 décembre 2017, la durée minimum de séjour est de 2 nuits.
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I am a recently retired professional woman who likes meeting new people. I would like to see more of the World and, having had great experiences using Airbnb as a traveller, have also become a host to supplement my travel fund.