Westgate Winchester

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At the top of the historic Winchester High Street and a mere stone’s throw from the legendary King Arthurs Round Table sits the redeveloped, prestigious and good-looking Westgate Pub with Rooms.

A short trot from the bustling city centre, they strive to give every guest that walks through their door the warm feeling of a home away from home. The Westgate prides itself on having a good old fashioned helpful bartender attitude, a modern yet quintessentially British pub kitchen and a light, airy vibe that continues throughout the pub and rooms.

Monday - Saturday: 7am - midnight

Sunday: 8am - 11pm

The newly renovated Westgate Winchester offers a funky, modern yet British pub kitchen and a light and airy vibe that continues throughout the pub and rooms. 

The Westgate Winchester is located at the top of Winchester High Street, about a short 8-10 minute walk from city centre. 

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