Neptune Winchester sees the restoration of a former Georgian public house (known locally as Percy Hobbs). It was also our very-first store to open, so for us, it has a sense of history in more than one respect. Inside and out, we’ve been sympathetic to the original character while updating it to reflect our signature aesthetic, to showcase our collections and, more than anything, to make it feel like a home.
Our expert designers are on hand to help you realise the home you’ve always wanted. As well as our kitchen and home design services, we’ve recently introduced a colour consultancy to demystify choosing a paint palette for your home.
When we ask people for any feedback, they always tell us what a calm and relaxing place they find Neptune Winchester. There’s definitely a peaceful and happy atmosphere here and you’ll have a cup of tea in hand in no time. If you pop by, you’ll meet Steve, Steve or Sam (or maybe even all three) – they’re who run Neptune Winchester. We also have Bethany and Steph who are our kitchen designers and our five home specialists who can help you with anything and everything Neptune.