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Days Inn Sutton Scotney North

Our Days Inn Sutton Scotney hotel is situated on the A34 by-pass, close to the centre of Winchester. Our Winchester based accommodation has 31 en-suite rooms from £50 per room per night and is one of the few hotels that is conveniently located for Winchester and Southampton and is a great location for business, families, pleasure and leisure or just a quick stopover.

All of our hotels are guaranteed to be comfortable, clean and well equipped, perfect for that good night’s sleep. All of the rooms have great quality beds ready made up for your arrival, en-suite bathrooms and tea and coffee making facilities in the room.  We also offer all guests FREE Wi-Fi access during your stay. In the morning you will find a wide choice of breakfast options, from continental breakfasts to full English or even a coffee and a snack in our Costa.  You can also enjoy a Big Mac at our McDonalds on site in the food hall.

To book your stay at our Sutton Scotney Hotel, simply use our reservations form at the top left of every page, once you've booked in leave the rest to us, we're one of the most affordable accommodation in the area.

Sutton Scotney North Hotel Services & Amenities

Continental Breakfast

Sofa Beds (in some rooms)

Free Parking for Guests of the Hotel

Free wi-fi

RV or Truck Parking Available

Restaurant adjacent

Non Smoking Rooms

Wheel Chair Access

Lounge Chair

Wyndham Rewards

Tea/Coffee making facilities

Smoke Detector

Coffee Maker

Interior Corridors      

Clock Radio

Kids stay & eat FREE

Flatscreen TV



Pets Accepted - 10 GBP Charge Per Pet Per Night Stayed -  Maximum 3 pets per room

Restaurants & Shops

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Costa Coffee

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Sutton Scotney North Meetings and Facilities

There are currently no meeting room facilities at this location.

Local Attractions in Sutton Scotney North

Winchester Centre 

Days Inn Location


Roadchef Motorway Service Area


A34 By-pass Sutton Scotney Services


Winchester, Hampshire, SO21 3JY UK


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all about winchester

Sutton Scotney is a relatively small area of the Winchester district dating back to the days of King Alfred, who's statue adorns the Broadway and who's legacy forms part of Winchester's rich history. The only pub in the local village dates back to 1762 which later became the local fire station. 

About Winchester

Nearby Winchester combines the buzz of City life with the beautiful surroundings of the South Downs. It's England's ancient capital and former seat of King Alfred the Great. Just an hour from London, It's not to far a diversion from your journey to the capital and an ideal location for a short break. If you love shopping, there are plenty of city centre stores including bigger chains for the essentials, or if culture and history is more your thing, you'd do well to visit the eleventh century Cathedral or the Great Hall which has housed the famous Round Table for over 700 years. 

About Andover

Andover is the same distance away as Winchester, and is a pituresque market town situated in the Test Valley. It boasts a bustling high street and narrow walk ways dating back to Saxon times. It was historically an important stop over destination for coaches heading to London, Southampton and Oxford and as such boasts many coach house in the area. Take a trip along the town trails, starting at the Town Mills and along the River Anton as you discover the historical events of the town's past marked by 10 mosaic panels. The poetry trails are also popular, with poems set in etched glass, metal and stone along the river.

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Things to do in Winchester

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.

Winchester Cathedral

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!

Things to do in Andover

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.


What's On In & Around Sutton Scotney

Dotty The Dragon
27th July

Laughs and surprises galore at this summer treat of fire-breathing outdoor theatre. Set at Basing House, Basingstoke.

Highclere Castle Batlle Proms
6th Aug 2016

Grab your hampers and bring the champers! A summer concert like no other. Set in the grounds of Highclere Casle, enjoy a wide range of music, calvary displays, spitfire flyovers and a cannon-fire firework finale!

Art Exhibition & Sale
27th Aug 2016

Held at the Overton recreation centre, showing the work and imagination of local artists in all manner of mediums.

Counterfeit Sixties Show
10th September 2016

Held at the Concorde Club, your chance to relive the sounds of the 60s with over 25 live bands performing and a chance to brush off those hipsters!

Basingstoke Half Marathon
2nd October 2016

Firmly in the top 10 of all the half-marathons across the uk, the basingstoke half marathon is an opportunity to improve your personal best, raise money for your favourite charity or just exert some energy!