The King Alfred Pub Accommodation

Address: 11 Saxon Road, Winchester, Hampshire, England, SO23 7DJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 11 Saxon Road, Winchester, is near Butter Cross, Westgate Museum, Guildhall, and Jewry Street.
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      A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Aug 25, 2014

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      ... of people and trades that used to cluster in each; Jewry Street, Parchment Street, Tanner Street. It was still raining. I definitely want to come back to Winchester another time, when the weather is a bit better and we have more time to look round!

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      A travel blog entry by mike_erin on Mar 23, 2014

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      ... huge medieval Abbey*, a former royal residence and of course the Roman baths which were actually really neat to check out and the audio guide for some reason was done by Bill Bryson. We also had a really cute hotel room on the very top floor of and old 16th century building. After Bath we had two days in Salisbury (I never did remember to try one of their steaks!). Salisbury is most famous for being the closest town to Stonehenge. We did go out to see ...

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      A travel blog entry by floro on Feb 10, 2014

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      The Rain-Hole Phenomenon Updated

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Oct 25, 2013

      ... comfort food with the stories and the storms. I think it took us years to get over buying the squirt cheese in a can as it certainly wasn't nutritious.
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      A travel blog entry by urawally on Jun 26, 2013

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... it. Two Peregrin Falcons appeared for a fleeting moment and then disappeared inside the spire. Well they didn't have time to get their eyes back onto their cameras as the birds flew into the spire, and they knew they had blown it. You know that feeling where you look at the ground and kick the dirt with the toe of your shoe, then you look anywhere and everywhere but at the eyes that are now boring holes into your brain, well I didn't think it was a ...