Days Inn Sutton Scotney North, Roadchef Motorway Service Area A34 By-pass Sutton , SO21 3JY
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The Days Inn Sutton Scotney North hotel is located on the A34 convenient for Norton and The Hampshire Downs, as well as the nearby city of Southampton. Our hotel is ideally situated to be perfect for business, leisure, families or a stopover whilst travelling. The Days Inn Sutton Scotney North is guaranteed to be comfortable, clean and well equipped for that perfect night's sleep. All of our rooms have comfortable beds, flat screen TV’s, tea and coffee making facilities and en-suite bathrooms, as well as unlimited free, fast Wi-Fi access, throughout the hotel.
Located on-site, you will find restaurants and shops, including McDonalds, Costa Coffee and WHSmith.
For the guaranteed best rate, book direct with using our simple booking form. We can’t wait to welcome you to the Days Inn Sutton Scotney North.
The Great Hall
One of the largest of it's kind in England, and arguably one of the most impressive. It's situated at the top of the high street, not far from Westgate and forms part of the only remaining parts of Winchester Castle. It features a judge's gallery, wrought steel gates and stained glass windows with guided tours available upon request.
A great day out for all the family, Winchester Cathedral is Europe's longest medieval cathedral decoated with 12th century paintings, carvings and contemporary art leaving you in awe as you walk through. A children's trail can keep the young ones entertained at no cost with lots of fun and informative activities to complete along the way. There are tours available each hour from 10am to 3pm with special tours of the crypt at 10.30, 12.30pm and 2.30pm from Monday to Saturday.There are also many events held here throughout the year from classical music concerts to exhibitions and markets. A cafe is on-site too for refreshments and pastries.
St Cross Hospital
The Hospital of St Cross is a group of buildings dating back to 1132 and is home to 25 Brothers. Take time out of your day to walk around the group of Grade 1 listed buildings that make up the area surrounded by it's beautiful flower gardens. Discover the Wayfarer's Dole - a small beaker of beer and scrap of bread! The site is just a short 20 minutes from the city centre by foot with parking included in your admission fee. It's also a beautiful setting for a wedding or small concert if you're looking for somewhere unique to host your next event!
Hawk Conservancy Trust
A visitor centre and charity that works on the rehabilitation and conservation of birds of prey. Set amidst 22 acres of wildflower meadows and surrounded by green woodland, it's the perfect location to witness the daily flying demonstrations of owls, kites, hawks, cultures and eagles that form part of the Trust's residents. The adventure playground might be a welcome break for the energetic kids that need to burn off some energy in between shows. A tractor ride takes the kids around the permiter during summer months, highlighting the different species through talks along the way.
Museum of the Iron Age
Telling the story of Danebury Hill fort, the Andover Museum explores the story of the town, surrounding area and showcases a range of exhibitions highlighting natural and pre-history. Discover what life was like back in the Iron Age! Admission is free and the museum is open 10-5 all year round.
Museum of Army Flying
Just a short distance away from Andover lies the award-winning display documenting the British Army's aircraft over the years. With spotter trails around the museum and ball pits and jigsaws, there really is a wide range of things to do as you explore the many artefacts, models and documents that capture the imagination and highlight the importance of Britain's air support over the years.