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35 Manor Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, SP1 1JT077100 68814 Email this home
Located in a quiet residential area of Salisbury, just over a mile away from the city centre, Boldre House is a large house with 10 en-suite rooms, one of which is a flat suitable for a couple, as well as a kitchenette available on each floor. All of our rooms come unfurnished allowing you to personalise and make it feel like home.
Finding companionship and making friends at Boldre House is easy, we host a number of social activities, as well as, sharing mealtimes, which brings all of our residents together in our lovely large communal dining room. We also have a beautiful garden, all of which help to provide a home from home environment.
We have committed, caring and professional staff who are dedicated to ensuring that our residents are supported to do the things that they want to do, as well as, catering to each resident’s individual dietary needs.
Close to Boldre House you’ll find lots of cafes, restaurants, shops, and tourist attractions such as the Salisbury museum and Salisbury Cathedral.
I would describe Boldre House as friendly and homely. The staff are very hard working and helpful to the residents.
After working at Abbeyfield Salisbury for over 5 years, it doesn’t feel like coming to work anymore- it’s more like being at home.
I really enjoy working with the residents.
It's the little things that make a difference
Cost is a key factor in any decision which is why we believe in being transparent
Services – gas, electric, water
Lunch and dinner daily
I feel safe and warm. We all look out for each other.Margaret, resident
Staff are caring, nice and warm and the food is delicious!Philip, resident
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