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Welcome to Little Mead Bed and Breakfast

Address: Little Mead, Home Lane, Winchester, SO21 2NN

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Offering a terrace and views of the garden, Little Mead Bed and Breakfast is set in Winchester in the Hampshire Region, 5 km from Winchester Christmas Market. Free private parking is available on site. Rooms have a TV. You will find a kettle in the room. Each room comes with a private bathroom with a bath or shower and shower, with free toiletries and a hair dryer provided. You will find a shared lounge at the property. The nearest airport is Southampton Airport, 15 km from the property.

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Royal Winchester Golf Club - Winchester - Golf

Royal Winchester Golf Club - Winchester - Golf

Distance 1.94 miles (3.1 km)
The "Royal", being a private members club, is pleased to welcome visiting golfers, societies and corporate events. Founded in 1888, it is one of the oldest, and the only Royal club, in Hampshire. Relocated to it's current position in 1901, it is just a couple of miles from the centre of Winchester, the ancient capital of England. The course is a testing and enjoyable challenge for golfers of all abilities, made more difficult when the wind blows - with a par of 71 (SSS 70 on white tees) it is 6216 yards long! Occupying one of the highest points in the area there are some spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. Built on chalk downs the course drains exceptionally well and is very rarely closed due to heavy rainfall.

Winchester Centre - Town Centre

Winchester Centre - Town Centre

Distance 3.3 miles (5.28 km)
Popular for its shopping streets and architecture, its floral summer season and quirky open air events, Winchester is most well known for its eleventh century cathedral and for the Great Hall which for over 600 years has housed the mysterious Round Table. Winchester College is the oldest continuously running school in the country, whilst the Hospital of St Cross - a medieval almshouse - still offers the Wayfarers Dole to travellers as it has done for more than eight centuries. Home of good food, birthplace of the modern game of cricket, resting place of author Jane Austen and inspiration to the many craft-makers and artists who live here.