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The key turns in the lock, the heavy wooden door creaks open, and I step into a smallish but perfectly formed room, with wrought iron bed and bedside locker, and sparkling bijou en suite. No padded walls or window bars. What it is, I quickly discover, is a very comfortable, relaxed and tad quirky place to stay.
The prison theme, built around the rather beautiful room doors solid wood on one side, heavy iron on the other, dating from aroundpossibly from Clerkenwell gaol, pictured belowfeels fun rather than gimmicky. And in the red-walled breakfast room, your full English is served on prison-style tin plates.
Spread over four storeys, all the rooms are different pictured right — mine has great views west over the cathedral. Opened last September, the Black Hole is the latest venture from eccentric local entrepreneur David Nicholson, who also owns the Black Boy pub next door, the Michelin-star Black Rat restauran t opposite and the Black Bottle wine bar up the road.
We start off with a peek inside the pub, which dates from the s. There are stacks of board games, an open fire roars, dogs are welcome. All beamed ceilings, exposed brickwork and yet more curious artefacts, it was a raucous gay pub in a life. Scoring particularly highly was the dish of charred fillets of lemon sole, crab and sweetcorn rice with Alexander buds. There are two white rooms, two red, knowledgeable staff are on hand to help you decide, plus there are iP with information on vintages and wine regions if you want to find out more.
Whatever you think, there are a few worthwhile sights, OK-ish shopping, decent places to eat and some good walks on the doorstep. But for a night or a weekend away, the Black group has plenty to keep you busy.
It adds a much needed sense of fun to the accommodation choice in Winchester. Sophy Williams, founder of the Winchester Oracle online events guide. Walk Stroll down the river Itchen from Winchester city centre to Twyford, and have a cup of tea in the lovely Bean Below cafe. The river meanders past beautiful houses and scenic gardens; the walk takes about 40 minutes on a slow day.
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