Please note our new address and phone numbers.
New contact phone numbers
Mobile: 07957 232 353
Office: 01264 810 716
New exhibition and correspondance address
The Dairy Office
We are open only during published exhibition times
Winchester Cathedral, (10 mins)
A historic Cathedral whose foundations date from the 7th Century. The Medieval Gothic cathedral, as it is seen today, dates from between the 11th to the early 16th Century. In the Crypt is ‘Sound II’, a sculpture by Antony Gormley, often partially submerged as the Crypt floods during rainy months.
‘Horse and Rider’, Elisabeth Frink, (1974), Winchester High Street
The Great Hall, Castle Avenue, Winchester (10 mins)
The Historic 13th Century Great Hall is all that is left of the Winchester Castle, built by William the Conquerer, and displays the mythological Round Table of King Arthur.
New Art Centre, Roche Court, Wiltshire (25 mins)
A beautiful sculpture park and gallery, showing works by Antony Gormley, Nathan Coley, and Barbara Hepworth, among others.
Bombay Sapphire Distillery, Laverstoke Mill, Laverstoke (25 mins)
The Bombay Sapphire Distillery is housed in an 18th Century paper mill, with beautiful glasshouses destined by the Heatherwick Studio at the heart of the buildings. Make sure to book.
Mottisfont Abbey (20 mins)
National Trust site with beautiful gardens.
The Greyhound, Stockbridge (10 mins)
Gastropub serving delicious seasonal food, with a patio and garden alongside the River Test. Some lovely walks on the Stockbridge Water Meadows and Downs. A favourite of ours.
Woodfire, Stockbridge (10 mins)
home made pizzas and delicious coffee.
Thyme and Tides, Stockbridge (10 mins)
The Peat Spade Pub, Longstock (10 mins)
The Plough, Sparsholt (5 minutes)
CoffeeLab, Winchester & Stockbridge (10 mins)
Delicious artisan coffee and giant brownies.
Kyoto Kitchen, Winchester (10 mins)
Black Rat, Chesil Street, Winchester (12 mins)
Modern British cuisine, serving delicious seasonal dishes. Make sure to book in advance.
Black Boy, Wharf Hill, off Chesil Street, Winchester (12 mins)
Run by the same team as the Black Rat, the Black Boy is known for serving ‘good ‘pub grub’’ and an extensive selection of local ales. Really delicious.
Forte Kitchen, Winchester (10 mins)
Rick Stein, 7 High Street, Winchester (10 mins)
The Greyhound, Stockbridge
The Black Hole, Winchester
Lainston House Hotel, Sparsholt (3 mins)
The Gallery is housed in the old cattle barns belonging to this 17th Century country house, now a 5 star hotel.
Hotel du Vin & Bistro, Southgate St, Winchester
Limewood Hotel, Lyndhurst, Hampshire
The hotel restaurant serves simple seasonal dishes, and is run by Angela Hartnett and Luke Holder. The spa and Raw and Cured bar is also a must.
Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Bruton
Messum’s Wiltshire, Tisbury
Blenheim Art Foundation, Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire
We are about an hour and a quarter from London.