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All reviewsboxer dogmolton brown toiletriescity centrea quiet residential areasitting roombeautiful houseprivate parkingbreakfast is servedcomfortable bedbreakfast was excellenta lovely place to stayfull englishthe ground floormin walkcouple of nightswithin easy walking distancefresh fruit
Recently stayed two nights here. It is positioned close enough to town to walk in taking maybe 20 mins but in a quiet residential setting. Plenty of parking on site. Comfortable beds and good shower facilities with numerous toiletries provided. Lovely big china cups to...More
My husband booked a surprise visit to here and we were not disappoint , the house is lovely with many period features and attention to detail, the rooms are big enough for a small sofa and sympathetically restored the lovely high ceilings and stain glass...More
Just returned from another 3 night stay at Gifford House I did not want to leave.
The hotel is within easy walking distance to the city centre and has secure parking. The bedrooms are spotless and extremely well appointed the bed very comfortable with high...More
We recently stayed here while visiting Winchester. It is just a lovely place to stay & a beautiful house! Yvonne is so welcoming & there is nothing that is too much trouble for her. Our room was exceptionally well decorated & spacious. Extremely comfortable bed...More
We stayed one night whilst on a walking holiday, and was greeted very nicely by Rod who showed us to our rooms which indicated that our stay would be a very pleasant one.
But when my wife asked the manageress for a cork screw she...More
1 Thank truely720
Response from Missfussywinchester, Manager at Giffard HouseResponded 23 June 2018
Dear truely 720,
As you know our premises are fully licensed and all that was said to your wife was you are welcome to consume your wine in your own room but not in the communal areas including the gardens of Giffard House, certainly no...More