B and Bs in Farnham

1 Park Row

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1 Park Row is a unique Bed and Breakfast in the very centre of Farnham. It was once the site of the Garabaldi Arms which served ales up until 1910, the house has been lovingly restored and converted into a Bed and Breakfast. Situated just off Castle Street in the heart of the historic market town of Farnham in Surrey. 1 Park Row offers 3 double rooms and one single room. All rooms have TV, DVD, CD, tea making facilities and wireless internet. Rooms start from £40 a night and we offer a self service Continental Breakfast allowing guest to have breakfast between 7 and 10am. There are many excellent Pubs, Wine Bars and Restaurants in Farnham, the first of which the lovely Nelson Arms with its excellent food well kept ales and friendly staff is a very short walk away. (Table can be reverved through 1 Park row) The house is within a mile of the mainline station at Farnham which takes 50 minutes to reach Waterloo. There is good access to the M3 and A3 and Heathrow and Gatwick can be reached within an hour and a half. 1 Park Row is steeped in History. It is a grade 2 listed building and was built in two parts. The back part of the house (Breakfast room and kitchen) was built in the 15th Century. It is thought to be one of the milking sheds for the Castle estate. (The Castle is directly behind the house situated at the top of Castle Street.) In 1715 the Georgians decided to build 3 stories on the front off the house and it was run as a pub called the ‘Garabaldi Arms’until around 1910. Behind the house hops were grown as part of the Castle’s estate. There are also many cultural events in Farnham held at the Farnham Maltings, including music, art and theatre

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