Sarum College is an ecumenical centre for study and research in central southern England.
Located in the Salisbury’s peaceful Cathedral Close – described by Bill Bryson as England’s “most beautiful space” – Sarum College is based in an elegant 17th century house attributed to Sir Christopher Wren and enjoys uninterrupted views of the famous medieval cathedral. Our Grade 1-listed buildings include a Victorian chapel, theological library and specialist bookshop.
Accommodation includes five Wren Rooms (refurbished 2007) all with glorious cathedral views, two spacious Baker Suites with separate sitting rooms, as well as single, double and twin rooms. An excellent choice for long-term stays, all visitors can expect welcoming hospitality with home-cooked food served in our dining room. Guests are welcome to relax in the Common Room and Bar.
Salisbury lies at the meeting point of five rivers in the heart of some of southern England’s most beautiful countryside. Sarum is just two minutes’ walk to the centre city, where there is a weekly market, theatre, cinema, as well as many excellent restaurants and shops.
At just 10 minutes’ walk from bus and rail stations, Stonehenge, the elegant city of Bath, the natural beauty of the New Forest and the sandy beaches of the south coast are all easy day trips from Salisbury.
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