The Kings Head

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Main Road Hursley Winchester
SO21 2JW

The Kings Head, Hursley

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Situated a few miles from Winchester in the historic village of HursleyThe Kings Head is a traditional country inn offering contemporary B& B rooms classic and seasonal British food in a warm environment.

 4 star rating

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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Winchester Castle - 4 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Queen Eleanor's Garden - 4 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum - 4 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

St Swithun-upon-Kingsgate Church - 4 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Winchester Cathedral - 4.1 miles (Cathedral) Heritage Rating

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This famous landscape garden designer gained his odd nickname from his habit of telling clients that their estates had 'great capability of improvement'

24 June, 1141

Londoners expel Queen Matilda from the city

The citizens of London were angered by Matilda's demands for taxes and forced her to flee from a banquet and escape to Oxford

He was famed for the saying, 'no bishop, no king'

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