Eclipse Inn

Hampshire - Winchester

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: II

25 The Square
Winchester
SO23 9EX

Tel: (01962) 865676

Email: michetempest@hotmail.co.uk

Website http://the-eclipse-winchester.co.uk

Real Ale: Yes

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Station: Yes

Nearby Station: Winchester

Station Distance: 845m

Public Transport: Near Railway Station (Winchester) and Bus Stop

Bus: Yes

View on: Whatpub

A 16th-century building which was extensively restored in the 1920s by the Lion Brewery (taken over by Strongs of Romsey in 1931) as evidenced by a copy of the revised plans approved by Winchester CC on 23/6/25 framed on the L/H wall. Strongs name appears on the exterior lantern. The facade was refronted in Tudor Revival style and the interior refitted including a wood beamed ceiling that arches over the fireplace. There is a single front bar with 1920s counter and brick fireplace but the bar back could be more recent as is most of the fixed seating but the rear settle bench could be older. At the rear is a small smoke room with part of an old counter, the rest having been removed to allow access to the ladies' toilet upstairs. Both the counter and the fixed bare back seating pre-date 1920 but the brick fireplace is modern. Upstairs a function room has been created from former private use.

A 16th-century building which was extensively restored in the 1920s by the Lion Brewery (taken over by Strongs of Romsey in 1931) as evidenced by a copy of the revised plans approved by Winchester CC on 23/6/25 framed on the L/H wall. Strongs name appears on the exterior lantern. The facade was refronted in Tudor Revival style and the interior refitted including a wood beamed ceiling that arches over the fireplace. There is a single front bar with 1920s counter and brick fireplace but the bar back could be more recent as is most of the fixed seating but the rear settle bench could be older. At the rear is a small smoke room with part of an old counter, the rest having been removed to allow access to the ladies' toilet upstairs. Both the counter and the fixed bare back seating pre-date 1920 but the brick fireplace is modern. Upstairs a function room has been created from former private use.

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