Magdalen House is located on the eastern edge of the City Centre, very close to the official start of the South Downs Way at National Trust City Mill. There is free on-site parking. The Garden Room Studio is a large (5m x 6m) self-contained, self-catering space situated on the lower ground floor with a small 3m x 3m west-facing patio.
A small entrance hall leads through one door into the Studio which is well-furnished with a king size bed, sofa bed, TV, wardrobe and shelf space, table and chairs, kitchen area (see Facilities for more details), vanity unit with plenty of surface area and cupboards. The other door opens into the shower room – close-coupled toilet, electric shower, heated towel rail, cloakroom basin, anti-fog mirror, extractor fan. The patio has a table and 2 chairs to sit at and enjoy the afternoon sunshine.
By road: Sat Nav users enter SO23 0HJ
From M3 Southbound, take exit at J10. Follow signs for City Centre. Turn right at the mini roundabout, in front of Bridge Street House, Magdalen House is 50metres up after the LH bend, the driveway is before the house.
From M3 Northbound, take exit at J9 then follow directions as above.
From the A34/M3 (Winnall) roundabout, follow the signs for Winnall and then the City Centre. On joining the One Way system, stay in the left hand lane all the way to the roundabout, turn left over City/St Swithun’s Bridge, go straight over the mini roundabout, follow the road up and round the left hand bend. Magdalen House is 50 m up on the left. The driveway is before the house.
From the A31, pick up the B3404 (also signposted Winchester Science Centre). The road runs straight for about 2 miles, crossing over the M3. After a downhill lefthand bend, Magdalen House is halfway down the road on the RH side. The driveway is beyond the house.
Public Transport: From the bus station/Tourist Information Centre: Winchester bus station is a very short distance from Magdalen House. Beyond the statue of King Alfred and over the roundabout behind him, the road runs past the City Mill over City Bridge. Go straight on at the mini roundabout, follow the road up the hill and Magdalen House is 50 yards up on the left hand side.
From the Railway Station: Follow the signs to the visitor information centre. The route gives you the opportunity to browse many of the cafes and restaurants that are available in Jewry Street and then many of the shops in the High Street. Walk beyond the VIC, passing the statue of King Alfred and go straight on at the roundabout behind it. The road runs past the City Mill, over City Bridge. Go straight on at the mini roundabout, follow the road up the hill and Magdalen House is 50 yards up on the left hand side. This should take about 15 minutes.
A taxi journey takes about 5 minutes and cost £6-7.
Total number of rooms: 1
Garden Room Studio: Sleeps 2: £255 for 3 nights minimum booking
7 nights £560
Closed between Christmas and New Year.
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