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Ideally situated within a 3 minute walk of Romsey Town Centre & Railway Station.
You'll receive a warm welcome from your host, a light & comfortable room , healthy continental style breakfast & Free Parking.
No additional fees applied
The bedroom has a king size bed, is light, comfortable with refreshment making facilities (tea, coffee, sugar and milk provided) with a comfortable chair, settee and coffee table.
There is no TV in the room but guests are welcome to use the TV in the lounge.
FREE wifi provided throughout the house.
Most guests have commented how very comfortable the bed is and that they have such a good nights sleep!
Zugang für Gäste
Bedroom, Bathroom, Lounge and Kitchen. Guests are welcome to use the garden if the weather is accommodating.......
Interaktion mit Gästen
I respect guests privacy but am always happy to sit, chat and make them at home.
The name Romsey is believed to have originated from the term Rūm's Eg, meaning "Rūm's area surrounded by marsh"
Romsey is a small market town and lies on the famous River Test, which is known for fly fishing, predominantly trout. It is 7 miles (11 km) northwest of Southampton, 11 miles (18 km) southwest of Winchester and 17 miles (27 km) Southeast of Salisbury. and lies on the River Test, which is known for fly fishing, predominantly trout.
The Abbey Church of St Mary and St Ethelflaeda can trace its origins back to 907 AD, the year in which King Edward the Elder, son of the Saxon King Alfred the Great, first settled some nuns here under the charge of his daughter Elflaeda. The first stone church and nunnery were built c. 1000 AD and flourished as a place of education for the daughters of kings and noblemen. The Abbey remains the largest parish church in Hampshire.
Florence Nightingale was born on 12 May 1820 into a rich, upper-class, well-connected British family at the Villa Colombaia, in Florence, Italy. The family moved back to England in 1821, with Nightingale being brought up in the family's homes at Embley, near Romsey. She died 13th August 1910 and is buried in the churchyard of St Margaret's Church, East Wellow, near Romsey.
In the Nineteenth century and In addition to ministering to his Romsey parish, the Reverend Edward Berthon, ran a boatbuilding and engineering enterprise. In 1877, he started his company within the view of Romsey Abbey, building the famous Berthon Folding Lifeboats.
Romsey was home of the 20th-century soldier and statesman The Earl Mountbatten of Burma, the 19th-century British prime minister Lord Palmerston, and the 17th-century philosopher and economist William Petty.
Recently unveiled by Her Royal Highness Princess Anne, the famous War Horse Memorial sits proudly at the entrance to the Memorial Park by the River Test. This was commissioned and funded by the people of Romsey as a tribute to about 110,000 of the 1.3 million horses and mules involved in the First World War passed through a giant military depot on the outskirts of Romsey before going to Southampton to go to the battle front in northern France. This is a must see for anyone staying in or near Romsey.
Romsey is twinned with Paimpol in Brittany, France, and Battenberg, Germany.
Romsey is ideally situated to visit the delights and secrets of Hampshire. Romsey evolved as a market town and today lively street markets are held in The Cornmarket on Tuesdays, Fridays & Saturdays. There is a farmers market once a month and the famous Beggars Fair in July (Saturday 9th July 2016).
Just a ten minute drive from the M27, Romsey is an ideal base to visit the cities of Southampton, Winchester, Bournemouth and Salisbury, with Romsey Abbey and Broadlands the home of Lord Mountbatten within walking distance and just a ten minute drive to Paultons Park the home of Pippa the Pig, The New forest is a short drive from Romsey where the famous New Forest Ponies and cattle roam freely and many wonderful walks and trails suiting all types of walkers.
Our position is ideally central for Romsey, less than a five minute walk into the Town Centre, a two minute walk to the Railway Station and five minute walk to the Bus Station.
Places of Interest in and around Romsey
* Broadland Stately home
* Sir Harold Hillier Gardens and Arboretum
* Mottisfont Abbey, the National Trust property with nationally renowned rose collection
* Paultons Park - Children's theme park with Pippa Pig
* Romsey Rapids - Leisure pool and gym
* Romsey Signal Box - Working signal box museum
Weitere wichtige Infos
I'm afraid that we cannot accept children as the bedroom and facilities are not suited to accommodating them.
Guests are welcome to use the garden to sit and relax - subject to our English fickle weather of course!
My guests are very warmly welcomed and I hope they will respect and enjoy the ambiance of this Victorian family house.
Wenn du bis zu 5 Tage vor deinem Aufenthalt stornierst, erhältst du eine volle Rückerstattung, inklusive Service-Gebühren.