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#1 of 8 things to do in Alresford
... were funny and pleasant as well as excellent teachers and helpers ,very well organised and had great fun..you go home with excellent chocolate and have an appreciation to quality chocolate and handmade chocola...
Debbie and the ladies have everything set up and so well organized, we made individual chocolates and decorated our own Easter eggs whilst learning a bit about chocolate in the process.
#1 of 1 things to do in Lower Wield
... beginning to end- I’ve always wondered how they get the wine to taste the same each year!! Obviously the tasting was the best bit, it was all superb but actually the Rose was our favourite which surprised us.
Great morning spent at Hattingley Valley wines ...We spotted Hattingley English Sparkling wine in it infancy..five or more years ago ...and still enjoying superb sparkling wine now...We had a gift voucher for a vi...

Hampshire Wine School

Winchester 7.0 mi away
#61 of 61 things to do in Winchester
Cecile is a perfect host for the cheese and wine pairing evening, It was all great fun and we had our taste buds tingling with new pleasure, Amazed how combinations can change the taste of the wines completely.
My wife and I have previously attended the beginners event, really enjoyed it and knew Cecile is very knowledgeable and funny, would make it a very enjoyable experience.

Winchester Cathedral

Winchester 6.8 mi away
#4 of 61 things to do in Winchester
Beautiful exterior architecture, uplifting interior, filled with significant funerary memorials, truly caring staff and volunteers and the Winchester Bible (elegantly illuminated, hand-written medieval book).
The free tour of the cathedral lasted about an hour and after wandering in the magnificent Inner Close admiring mediaeval houses we completed a delightful experience with homemade cakes in the cathedral cafe.
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#3 of 14 things to do in Alton
One of the pleasures of touring Britain is the wonderful variety of historic places that are being preserved by enthusiasts and a visit to the Watercress Line is a must when in the area.
We did a Saturday evening Real Ale Train and loved it .. great atmosphere, tasty range of varied real ales and a totally relaxed few hours.

Winchester College

Winchester 6.8 mi away
#6 of 61 things to do in Winchester
Wonderful place to visit steeped in history with fantastic architecture, playing fields with walks along the river.
We joined a small group of people for a guided tour of Winchester College, which has been teaching in its present location for more than 600 years!


Winchester 6.6 mi away
#61 of 61 things to do in Winchester
The hot air balloon number got me, a ferris wheel for Donna , bath number for Sarah and a gunpowder explosion with chocolates and rum in a barrel looking tankard for Katie etc.. overall a most delightful experienc...
The brunch was amazing (especially loved the soufflé) and you get all you can eat homemade cake which was delish!!! we later came back for cocktails where the staff set up another lovely table ready for us and the...

The Great Hall

Winchester 6.9 mi away
#10 of 61 things to do in Winchester
The Great Hall is the home of King Arthur’s Round Table although it was created by Edward 1! The displays are clear and offer a real insight to the Great Hall’s history including Judge Jeffries and its use as a Co...
This is certainly worth a visit and includes Arthur's round table!! Our visit was enhanced by an extremely knowledgeable lady who was able to provide some fascinating information - try and go on a tour if you can.
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TCC Southampton

Southampton 6.8 mi away
#100 of 100 things to do in Southampton
Always on time, reliable and nice people every time who are very accommodating We use for work and work related events and would highly recommend.
Brilliant service from Paul and his teamm at TCC. Very easy booking procedure with very quick replies and excellent prices.

Hinton Ampner

Hinton Ampner 3.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Hinton Ampner
We spent a lovely 4 hours here, lots of nice walks and places to picnic, cafe , toilets, trail for children to follow, staff in the house were very friendly and patient with the children, gift shop, a lovely day out
This is a lovely house to visit and gardens, the great thing now with many of the NT houses you get to go in closer into the rooms rather than way back behind a rope which is excellent and appreciated.

Wolvesey Castle

Winchester 6.6 mi away
#11 of 61 things to do in Winchester
it was glorious looking around here in Springtime with blossom trees all around! the ruins are quite extensive and have useful information boards all the way around so that you can get a feel for what you're looki...
Peaceful, relaxing and plenty of old architecture and interesting sites, including Winchester college which has some guided tours (they recommend checking website for opening times).
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#16 of 61 things to do in Winchester
Love this place, take my grandchildren often, you can take your own food stay as long as you like, Interesting for all ages, evening shows and even a singles night....
The things that impressed the adults in the party - clean toilets, plenty of drinking water, cafe with sensible prices, indoor picnic tables (with table-cleaning materials provided) and an outdoor picnic area with...

Statue of Alfred the Great

Winchester 6.5 mi away
#13 of 61 things to do in Winchester
It's fitting that downtown Winchester is dominated by a statue of Alfred the Great (871-901) reminding us that it was once the ancient capital of England after Alfred, King of Wessex united the country under his r...
Standing proud in the middle of the road in 21st Century Winchester- you have to visit this Victorian statue and pay homage to the majestic King Alfred The Great- or at least take a photo!