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Superb ground floor flat in the heart of the City

Calificado con 4.97 de 5 en 98 evaluaciones.SuperAnfitriónHampshire, Inglaterra, Reino Unido
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Anfitrión: Jean
3 huéspedes1 habitación2 camas1 baño
Departamento entero - Anfitrión: Jean
3 huéspedes1 habitación2 camas1 baño
Alojamiento entero
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Llegada autónoma
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Impecable
17 huéspedes recientes han dicho que este alojamiento está impecable.
Jean tiene la categoría de Superhost
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The flat is light and airey and fitted in a modern contemporary style on the ground floor of a Grade II listed Georgian building close to the historic centre of Winchester, with the advantage of secure parking on site.

Sorry, no children under 12 due to glass furniture and electrical equipment.

Nearby are the railway and bus stations.

Within a short walking distance are Winchester Cathedral, a variety of shops, cafes, restaurants, scenic walks, historical attractions, theatres and cinemas.

El alojamiento
The flat comprises lounge and kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. All rooms have the high ceilings and cornices associated with Georgian buildings which make them light and give a feeling of character and space.
The entrance door opens into the lounge, with a useful chrome and glass shelf unit on the left which is convenient for storing keys and other knick-knacks. A folder with information leaflets about Winchester and the surrounding area sits on the lower shelf. In front is the kitchen worktop, useful for dumping bags of heavy shopping. The lounge has a large comfortable new Multiyork sofa with big scatter cushions which can be removed allowing it to be used as an occasional bed (linen provided if required). This is ideal for watching the 42” JVC smart HD television which is connected to the internet to enable access to Catch Up services, Apps, and the internet via the BT Router. Smart phones and pcs can also be connected to the fast broadband via the router. The feature fireplace, mantelpiece and large mirror give a central focus to the room, help spread light around and of course allow one’s appearance to be checked! Evening lighting is generally soft from the matching designer floor and table lamps, and wall mounted uplighters. The large window is fitted with a screening blind and Roman blind by Forme to provide privacy from the street outside.
A glass top table and chrome finish chairs sit next to the kitchen, ideally located for either a quick snack or a romantic dinner. The kitchen is equipped with built-in Neff cooker, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, and washer/dryer appliances and the microwave is an 850watt Panasonic standing on the black granite worktop. For those who like their coffee there is a Bosch Tassimo coffee maker or a caffetiere if you prefer. Naturally, there is a teapot for tea lovers. Crockery and glassware is stored in the wall units and plate rack, with cutlery, and a range of cooking pots, pans and dishes kept in the cupboards beneath the worktop.
To the right of the flat entrance door is a small lobby with a coat rack leading to the bedroom and bathroom. The bedroom has a duck egg blue theme with a new Staples Grandeur double bed, oak side tables and bedside lights. Cotton bed linen and anti allergy quilt and pillows add to the comfort of your nights rest. A comfortable leather armchair sits in one corner with a Laura Ashley floor lamp behind for softer lighting. An oak chest of drawers has the hairdryer in the small right hand drawer, plus the hanging space in the built-in wardrobe allow space for lots of clothes. Inside the wardrobe is the ironing board and steam iron together with the boiler. The screen blind and curtains by Forme match those in the lounge.
The bathroom is white and slate grey tiles, with bath and shower, wash basin and toilet and Grohe basin, bath and shower fittings. There is a wall-mounted grabrail to assist getting in and out of the bath. A large chrome towel rail keeps the room warm and helps dry the towels. Over the wash basin is a large mirror-fronted cabinet with a motion sensor switch for the overhead light. Inside is a 240v shaver socket.
Accessabiltiy:
Steps up to front door of building
Door thresholds at external doors to the building and door into flat
Lift doors – clear opening 30”/77cm
Internal doors – clear opening 27”/68cm
Bed height – 29”/73cm
Height of toilet seat – 16”/42cm

Acceso para huéspedes
The entire flat.

Otros aspectos destacables
Depending on how you plan to arrive it is best to use
- St Peter Street if you are coming by taxi or on foot from the station.

To access the parking area you need to go via Parchment Street
- this is also the quickest access if you are arriving in Winchester by National Express Coach which stops at King Alfred Statue.
The flat is light and airey and fitted in a modern contemporary style on the ground floor of a Grade II listed Georgian…
The flat is light and airey and fitted in a modern contemporary style on the ground floor of a Grade II listed Georgian building close to the historic centre of Winchester, with the advantage of secure parking on site.

Sorry, no children under 12 due to glass furniture and electrical equipment.

Nearby are the railway and bus stations.

Within a short walking distance are Winchester Cathedral, a variety of shops, cafes, restaurants, scenic walks, historical attractions, theatres and cinemas.

El alojamiento
The flat comprises lounge and kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. All rooms have the high ceilings and cornices associated with Georgian buildings which make them light and give a feeling of character and space.
The entrance door opens into the lounge, with a useful chrome and glass shelf unit on the left which is convenient for storing keys and other knick-knacks. A folder with information leaflets about Winchester and the surrounding area sits on the lower shelf. In front is the kitchen worktop, useful for dumping bags of heavy shopping. The lounge has a large comfortable new Multiyork sofa with big scatter cushions which can be removed allowing it to be used as an occasional bed (linen provided if required). This is ideal for watching the 42” JVC smart HD television which is connected to the internet to enable access to Catch Up services, Apps, and the internet via the BT Router. Smart phones and pcs can also be connected to the fast broadband via the router. The feature fireplace, mantelpiece and large mirror give a central focus to the room, help spread light around and of course allow one’s appearance to be checked! Evening lighting is generally soft from the matching designer floor and table lamps, and wall mounted uplighters. The large window is fitted with a screening blind and Roman blind by Forme to provide privacy from the street outside.
A glass top table and chrome finish chairs sit next to the kitchen, ideally located for either a quick snack or a romantic dinner. The kitchen is equipped with built-in Neff cooker, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, and washer/dryer appliances and the microwave is an 850watt Panasonic standing on the black granite worktop. For those who like their coffee there is a Bosch Tassimo coffee maker or a caffetiere if you prefer. Naturally, there is a teapot for tea lovers. Crockery and glassware is stored in the wall units and plate rack, with cutlery, and a range of cooking pots, pans and dishes kept in the cupboards beneath the worktop.
To the right of the flat entrance door is a small lobby with a coat rack leading to the bedroom and bathroom. The bedroom has a duck egg blue theme with a new Staples Grandeur double bed, oak side tables and bedside lights. Cotton bed linen and anti allergy quilt and pillows add to the comfort of your nights rest. A comfortable leather armchair sits in one corner with a Laura Ashley floor lamp behind for softer lighting. An oak chest of drawers has the hairdryer in the small right hand drawer, plus the hanging space in the built-in wardrobe allow space for lots of clothes. Inside the wardrobe is the ironing board and steam iron together with the boiler. The screen blind and curtains by Forme match those in the lounge.
The bathroom is white and slate grey tiles, with bath and shower, wash basin and toilet and Grohe basin, bath and shower fittings. There is a wall-mounted grabrail to assist getting in and out of the bath. A large chrome towel rail keeps the room warm and helps dry the towels. Over the wash basin is a large mirror-fronted cabinet with a motion sensor switch for the overhead light. Inside is a 240v shaver socket.
Accessabiltiy:
Steps up to front door of building
Door thresholds at external doors to the building and door into flat
Lift doors – clear opening 30”/77cm
Internal doors – clear opening 27”/68cm
Bed height – 29”/73cm
Height of toilet seat – 16”/42cm

Acceso para huéspedes
The entire flat.

Otros aspectos destacables
Depending on how you plan to arrive it is best to use
- St Peter Street if you are coming by taxi or on foot from the station.

To access the parking area you need to go via Parchment Street
- this is also the quickest access if you are arriving in Winchester by National Express Coach which stops at King Alfred Statue.
The flat is light and airey and fitted in a modern contemporary style on the ground floor of a Grade II listed Georgian building close to the historic centre of Winchester, with the advantage of secure parking…

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Hampshire, Inglaterra, Reino Unido

Winchester was the ancient capital city of Wessex and England from the days of King Arthur. It has been a garrison town and the final home of Jane Austen. So there is a considerable amount of history to explore. The City is well provided with a wide range of types and price range of pubs, restaurants, cafes and bars to suit all pockets and tastes. Leisure activities are catered for with walks, cycle paths and nature trails in the City, through the nearby countryside and a short distance away in the South Downs National Park. Both the Winchester University and the School of Art (part of Southampton University) are based here and the City also plays host to a variety of annual events and festivals.
Winchester is rich in the historic relics and archaeology of King Arthur’s Anglo Saxon capital. There is the Great Hall with a replica of King Arthur’s round table, Winchester Cathedral (started in 1079), the ruins of Wolvesey Castle, City Museum and Hyde Abbey ruins where King Alfred is supposed to have been buried. Walks around the centre highlight different historical aspects i.e. the Tudor, Military or the Jewish Walks.

There has been a military presence around Winchester since the Iron Age, centred on Peninsular Barracks, and that proud history is celebrated in several museums within the old Barracks area, of which the Ghurka Museum is probably the best known.

Next to some of the Winchester College buildings in Kingsgate St is the house, now privately owned, where Jane Austen spent the last months of her life.

The High Street is the main shopping area, literally 5 minutes walk from the flat, with Jewry Street, Parchment Street, The Square, and The Brooks intersecting at its top, middle and bottom. The High Street provides a selection of small supermarkets, jewellery, fashion, books, mobile phone and charity shops to tempt the visitors. Jewry Street is full of restaurants and cafes i.e. Loch Fyne or Josie’s Cafe and Bistro. Parchment Street and The Square both have an eclectic mix of boutique style shops, Forme for a wonderful selection of Italian ornaments and fashion accessories and Dinghams for all types of cookery items, to mention but two. The Brooks contains the bigger retailers Primark, T.K. Maxx, Waterstones and HMV.

Pubs in the City are many and varied from the historic Royal Oak in St Georges St to the modern style in O’Neill’s (Upper High St), or the riverside Bishop on the Bridge.

Celebrity chef restaurants are well represented by Rick Stein, River Cottage and Brassiere Blanc. The Hotel du Vin chain started in Winchester and remains there still in Southgate St. The Ivy restaurant from London has the Winchester Brassiere at the upper end of the High St.

Italian, Indian, Chinese, Japanese and Spanish restaurants all vie to test your taste buds together with more traditional fish and chips, gastro-pubs and the chain restaurants of Wagamamas, Ask Italian, Presto etc. McDonalds are, of course, in the centre.

Cafes abound with small independents, e.g. Frieda’s Tearoom in Parchment St and the Refectory at the Cathedral, as well as the national chains Costas, Starbucks and a variety of others in between.

There are plenty of opportunities for leisure pursuits with walks i.e. around the City, over the Water Meadows to St Cross Hospital (where you can still ask for the ‘Wayfarer’s Dole” – a glass of beer and some bread), across to St Catherine’s Hill and on to the Hockley Viaduct Way, or to Durngate and the Nature Reserve and Walk. There is also a network of cycle paths around the area. Winchester is on the edge of The South Downs National Park which offers further leisure opportunities outside the City.

A wide range of events and Festivals are held on a regular basis, visit the Tourist Information Centre in the Guildhall in Broadway at the bottom of the High Street for further details.

Other regular events include:
• Farmer’s Market (Each month and mid-month)
• Criterium and CycleFest (June, annually)
• Hat Fair (July, annually)
• Wine Festival (November, annually)
• Christmas Market and Ice Rink (November/ December, annually)
Winchester was the ancient capital city of Wessex and England from the days of King Arthur. It has been a garrison town and the final home of Jane Austen. So there is a considerable amount of history to explore…

Anfitrión: Jean

Se registró en marzo de 2017
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