Set on a traditional, old-fashioned English street corner, The Love Lane Townhouse is full of period features and quirkiness which really adds to its uniqueness.
This small and simple Victorian terrace is positioned perfectly for those wanting to explore the City of Salisbury and the surrounding areas.
Sat alongside some of the oldest houses within the City, Love Lane Townhouse, is only a few minutes’ walk from the City centre.
Inside, the property is very benefitting its history, with the owners presenting it in a simple, period style, filled with antiques.
Relatively basic, it nevertheless is well equipped and very comfortable and represents very good value for money for such a central location.
The two bedrooms consist of one double and one single, with a bathroom featuring a shower, basin and WC.
Parking is available on the street in front of the property in a public car park which is 100 yards away (daily charge).
Bed linen and towels are included in the rent, with pets and smoking not allowed.
For travellers looking for an ideal spot either for a bolt hole or as a base while working here or nearby, The Love Lane Townhouse is a great choice.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC.
Living room with dining area.
About the location
Andover 17 miles; Southampton 23 miles
The medieval city of Salisbury is the jewel in Wiltshire's crown, dominated by the majestic 13th century Gothic cathedral. The cathedral offers 750 years of history including Britain's tallest spire, the world's best preserved original Magna Carta, and Europe's oldest working clock. The surrounding cathedral close, full of architectural gems, is bordered by the River Avon and ancient Chilmark stone walls. The city offers historic streets with charming half-timbered buildings, traditional pubs, characterful shops and a twice-weekly market. Or, stroll along the Town Path and take in the awe-inspiring views across the water meadows towards the cathedral. After dark, there's a thriving arts scene, including one of the country's leading repertory theatres, a lively arts centre, cinema and a wealth of independent restaurants. Should you want to explore further afield then a short drive from Salisbury takes you to Stonehenge, the National Trust's Stourhead House and gardens, majestic Wilton House, as well as the New Forest National Park, and the Hampshire and Dorset coasts. There's so much to see and do in Salisbury and surrounding area that your only concern will be finding the time to do it all!
Note: On street parking permits available from housekeeper or you can park in public car park 100 yards away which is charged daily.