Arrival and Car Parking
Sarum House has private parking for guests cars and this is accessed by driving through an entrance in the stone wall on the left (if you are proceeding up Record Street) just before the main front door of the property. Designated car parking spaces are marked 'Sarum House Parking'.
Guests may either enter the premises at the rear , through the small wooden gate, (two steps up) or walk around to the front entrance (number 2, bright red front door two steps down) Please knock first and we will happily assist with any luggage or bags.
Once in the house, we have a large reception area which leads directly to the breakfast area. We do not have a guest toilet or separate WC for guest use on the ground floor. All toilet facilities are private to each room and are all located upstairs.
We have three rooms and they are all accessed via a flight of stairs with a turn to the right near the top. Bedroom three (The Glyndwr Rooms is further accessed via another short flight of four more steps. Each room has ensuite facilities, The Llywelyn room is set as either a super Kingsize or two single beds, the Dwynwen and Glyndwr rooms contain Kingsize beds. All rooms have seating, a hospitality tray, Freeview TV with subtitles, towels and a supply of toiletries. The Dwynwen room also has a bath with shower over.
Guests are welcome to make use of the garden area, it is mainly lawn and flower beds. There are seating areas and a small pond, this is 18inches deep and parents should ensure that small children are supervised at all times. There is also a glass greenhouse on the lawn which makes the area unsuitable for ball games.
If guests have any specific requirements please inform us at the time of booking so that we can help and advise to make your stay with us as comfortable as possible. We are happy to store any medication for guests in our fridge.
We look forward to welcoming you to our B&B
Sarum House is a three storey early 17th Century Georgian styled Townhouse. It has a Grade II listing and unfortunately this does mean that it is not always suitable for visitors with very limited mobility or sight. Our Access Statement aims to describe the premises honestly and accurately to ensure that all our guests will be happy and comfortable during their stay with us.