A moated Bishop's palace built around 1135 for the Bishops of Winchester. The bulk of the surviving structure dates to the 12th and 14th centuries, with a great hall and tower. Station Road, Bishops Waltham, Hampshire, England, SO32 1DH
Only the 15th-century gatehouse remains to remind visitors of this once important abbey on the outskirts of Winchester. Hyde was a Benedictine monastery founded by Edward the Elder, the son of Alfred the Great, on his father's wishes. Alfred and his wife Ealhswith were buried here. King Alfred Place, Hyde, Winchester, Hampshire, England, SO23 7DQ
See the substantial ruins of a 13th-century Cistercian abbey founded by Peter des Roches, Bishop of Winchester, as a daughter house of Beaulieu Abbey. Henry III later became a patron of the abbey, and his name is inscribed on a foundation stone at the base of the north east crossing tower. Abbey Hill, Netley, Southampton, Hampshire, England, SO31 5GA
A section of medieval wall is all that remains of the 12th century priory at Southwick. The Priory was founded by Henry I and was visited by Henry VIII three decades before the same king suppressed it in 1538. Southwick, Hampshire, England
Titchfield Abbey is a fortified manor built upon the ruins of a medieval monastery. The monastery was built in 1237 by the Premonstratensian order. The extensive ruins of the 13th-century abbey are dwarfed by an imposing Tudor gatehouse built from the nave of the abbey church. Mill Lane, Titchfield, Hampshire, England, PO15 5RA
The Woolpack Inn in Totford, Hampshire, has re-opened after an extensive refurbishment and the proud new owners of this Grade 1 listed, picturesque pub, Brian and Jarina Ahearn, look forward to welcoming you. The Woolpack Inn is within easy reach of Alresford, Basingstoke, Winchester and Southampton.