The Old Vine Hotel Ltd
The Old Vine
|Call: +44 (0)1962 854616|
Breakfast Mon – Sun: 8am to 11.45am (last sitting)
Lunch Mon – Thu: 12 noon to 3pm
Fri – Sun: 12 noon to 5.45pm: food served all day (reduced menu 3pm to 5.45pm, subject to staff availability)
Evening Mon – Thu: 6pm to 8.15pm (last sitting)
Fri and Sat: 6pm to 9pm (last sitting)
Sun: 6pm to 7.45pm (last sitting)
Mon – Sun 11am to 11pm
On-street parking is available for hotel guests only. Sat-nav: please use the address 8 Little Minster Street SO23 9HB (this differs from our postal address). We do not have a private car park; on-street parking is subject to availability, and parking cannot be guaranteed. Permits are collected from the bar. For guaranteed parking there are public car parks within easy walking distance. We recommend Tower Street long-stay pay-and-display car park (Tower Street and Sussex Street, SO23 8TA).
A ramp is available to enable wheelchair access through the restaurant door. Please ask a member of staff for assistance. Please note that only the main restaurant and bar are accessible to wheelchairs, and that the hotel, courtyard room and public toilets can only be reached through a set of steps where a ramp is not feasible.
The Old Vine is situated opposite Winchester Cathedral green and the City Museum, in an area known as the Square, a short stroll from the High Street.
Winchester is one hour’s travel from London Waterloo. Winchester is also within easy reach by rail of Woking, Basingstoke, Southampton, Portsmouth and Bournemouth. For timetable information call National Rail on +44 (0)8457 48 49 50.
Arriving on the M3, come off at J11. Follow the signs for St Cross and the city centre. This will bring you along St Cross Road. As you come into Winchester, look out for the Green Man pub on the right-hand side. Turn right into St Swithun Street, and at the bottom of the road turn left into Symonds Street. At the fork at the end of the road, take the left-hand exit into Little Minster Street. Guests are advised not to use J9 if coming from the north, as navigation through Winchester city centre is difficult if you are unfamiliar with the area.