The Saddler’s House has seven ensuite bedrooms. Three of these are twin rooms with two single beds in each, and four are double bedrooms. All bedrooms have central heating, TVs, clock radios, tea and coffee making facilities and hair dryers.
There is an elegant Victorian sitting room or parlour on the first floor with a large collection of family photos. This is the room which the original owner, Mr. William Dickson who was a saddler by trade, used as the family drawing room or parlour. The gracious marble fireplace indicates that the family were of comfortable means. This is where guest can avail of free internet access on a PC. There is also a selection of travel books and reading material for guests’ use.
Breakfast is served in the downstairs, partially glass-roofed dining room where you can enjoy our freshly-cooked breakfasts. The bright and modern layout of this area provides a surprising contrast to the more Victorian feel of the rest of the house. Here guests have a chance to exchange stories with each other and very lively conversations often take place.
The small walled town garden at the rear provides a pleasant retreat in summer months. Bertie, the resident bulldog, is happy to greet those guests who are canine friendly. There is free unrestricted on-street car parking on the opposite side of Great James Street. Pets are welcome at no extra cost. All rooms have access to free WiFi facilities.