The medieval town of Bishop’s Waltham lies twelve miles south east of Winchester. The town has a fine Norman Church and a working mill, along with an award-winning selection of local shops and restaurants. There are a range of scenic walks around Bishop Waltham’s centre, offering visitors the chance to soak up some of the beauty of the surrounding Hamble Valley.
The town is also home to the ruins of Bishop’s Waltham Palace, founded by Henry of Blois in the 12th Century. The palace received many royal visitors including Mary Tudor and Henry V and is now owned by English Heritage.
For more information on things to do and see please visit Visit Hampshire.