Muddy says: This self-catered hideaway in Winchester has garnered much fame for its swoon-worthy interior and relaxed atmosphere.
Located on Parchment Street in Winchester, the walls of 16a, previously known as Hannah’s B&B, could tell many tales.
This self-catering oasis of calm was once a livery and then a dancehall, before becoming the relaxing getaway it is today.
Each of its three separate rooms comes with its own distinct style and decor. Room 41 is treated to exposed brickwork and industrial lighting but retains a calming and sensual vibe.
For those seeking luxury then Room 98 will be right up your street as the largest and most decadent space.
And for a really chilled out vibe, Room 19 is decorated in cool tones and comes complete with an impressive wooden headboard and the promise of some very unique wallpaper.
You don’t even need to leave the building either, as each room also comes with tea, coffee, milk, eggs, bread and juice with its £155 – £195 per night price tag.
Those staying have access to shared areas such as the large hall, library, movie room and swoon-worthy kitchen (it’s so gorgeous it’s even featured design magazines), allowing you the freedom to come and go as you please.