"If one place lies at the centre of English history and embodies the romantic vision of an English heartland it is Winchester - England’s ancient capital and former seat of King Alfred the Great - and still a beautiful city surrounded by water meadows and rolling chalk downland’"

"Winchester is one of the country’s best-loved cities. Popular for its shopping streets and architecture, its floral summer season and quirky open air events. It is most well known for its eleventh century cathedral and mysterious Round Table. Home of good food, birthplace of the modern game of cricket, resting place of Jane Austen and inspiration to the many artists who live here, Winchester is a destination for all seasons. Come and visit soon"


Visitors to Brymer House come also throughout the year because of Winchester’s proximity to Salisbury and Stonehenge, Portsmouth and Southampton (for Channel ferries to France and Spain), Broadlands Estate at Romsey (seat of the Mountbattens), the National Trust rose gardens at Mottisfont Abbey on the renowned River Test, Jane Austen’s house at Chawton and not least to walk the South Downs Way via our own beautiful 12th Century Parish Church of St. Cross - a ‘Norman Cathedral in miniature’ - and with it England’s oldest existing charitable institution and most perfect almshouse and group of medieval buildings still in use.

Furthermore, all this only 1 hour from London by train.


For information and bookings please telephone +44 (0) 1962 867428