Seeing the city's 18th-century water-powered mill in action is impressive; you can also buy its stone-ground flour in the shop.
King Alfred Statue
The fantastical, crumbling remains of early-12th-century Wolvesey Castle huddle in the protective embrace of the city's walls, despite...
This adorable old boozer is filled with a happy band of drinkers and sometimes-obsessive collections, from pocket watches to wax facial...
This stylish eatery offers new twists on English classics, so expect British charcuterie and cheese, prawns in ink aioli, and quince...
1 Chesil St · interesting places nearby
Chesil Rectory information
Flickering candles and low beams lend this 15th-century restaurant a romantic feel. Locally sourced delicacies include carpaccio of Hampshire venison with mushrooms, and smoked trout with watercress. The two-course lunch and early-evening menu (£16, 6pm to 7pm) is a steal.