Salisbury, Wiltshire Cottages
Park Street is a Victorian terraced townhouse situated in a quiet residential area within a 10 minute walk to Salisbury city centre. The property has been recently been refurbished to offer a high degree of comfort.
You enter into a cosy sitting room with Victorian cast iron fireplace (decorative feature only).
Spacious open-plan kitchen/dining room at the back of the house.
Rear lobby with door out to the garden and access to the bathroom/wc with separate shower over the bath.
Steepish, solid wooden stairs with handrail from kitchen to 1st floor landing.
Bedroom One: Double bedroom with kingsize bed (5')
Bedroom Two: Bedroom with zip & link beds offering a choice of super kingsize double (6') or 3' twin beds. Both beds have the finest Flaxby Collection of hand-made mattresses.
Sunny, south-facing, enclosed rear garden with decking and lawned area.
Sorry no pets. Super fast WiFi. Space for guest's cot. No smoking. Resident street parking with vouchers supplied.
" Park Street" is Situated in a desirable residential area, within 10 minutes' walking distance of Salisbury city centre, this Victorian town house has been extensively refurbished and modernised by its present owner whilst retaining elements of its original character.
Named as one of the top ten cities in the world to visit in the 2014 “Lonely Planet Guide”, Salisbury is renowned for its magnificent 13th century cathedral and surrounding cathedral close, described by Bill Bryson in “Notes from a Small Island” as “the single most beautiful structure in England and the close around it as the most beautiful space.”
Salisbury is also an ancient market town (the first charter was granted 800 years ago) with an extensive range of shops, pubs, restaurants, leisure centre and a thriving arts scene.
Beyond Salisbury and within easy driving distance, are Wilton, the ancient capital of Wessex, Old Sarum Castle (Old Salisbury), Stonehenge and the New Forest National Park. Bath, Winchester and Southampton are also easily accessible from here as is the World Heritage Dorset coast, about 30 to 40 minutes' drive to the south.