The ruins of a medieval palace (together with later additions) used by the Bishops and senior clergy of Winchester as they travelled through their diocese. Winchester was the richest diocese in England, and its properties were grandiose and extravagantly appointed.
32 St John’s South, The Broadway, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 9LN
The Chapel of St John the Baptist situated in The Broadway is owned by St John’s Winchester Charity and is one of the few surviving medieval hospital chapels still standing. It brings together the community of St John’s with special events such as our Founders Day Service, Easter and Christmas Carols.
The Grange Estate, Estate Office, Folly Hill, Itchen Stoke, Hampshire, , SO24 9TF
The Grange Estate is a landed and sporting estate of over three thousand acres in central Hampshire, located east of Winchester in the beautiful Upper Itchen and Candover valleys. In addition to agricultural and amenity land, the Estate comprises a number of buildings with a range of different uses, including holiday accommodation and residential and commercial premises. It also hosts an attractive campsite, Abbotstone Wood Camping, well placed for the local network of footpaths and bridleways.
The Great Hall, “one of the finest surviving aisled halls of the 13th century”, contains the greatest symbol of medieval mythology, King Arthur's Round Table, and is all that now remains of Winchester Castle.