Arundells is a Grade II listed house situated in Salisbury, England. It originates from the 13th century and has served many purposes over the years such as a canonry, storage facility and a school. It is most famous for being the home of former Prime Minister of the UK Edward Heath, who bought the house and renovated it to live in during the 20th century. Since his death in 2005, the house has been held by the Sir Edward Heath Foundation and it is open for people to visit.
The house is situated close to Salisbury cathedral. The house is a 5-10 minute walk away from ‘Salisbury’ train station. The 68 bus stops a short walk away from the house.
Opening Times and Admission
The house and its gardens are open to visitors five days of the week, Saturday to Wednesday 11am-5pm. Admission is set at £7.50.