Our store in Southampton offers services designed to make personal and business storage more convenient than ever: covered loading bays, free pallet trucks, large vehicle access, mailboxes, receipt and despatch, and more. And because it’s all CCTV-monitored and surrounded by a gated perimeter, you can store everything with full peace of mind.
Starting from Bypass Road on the A27, take the third exit onto Southampton Road on the A27; at the next roundabout, take the second exit, and do the same at the next one after that. Get on the A33 ramp and merge onto Redbridge Road. Take the left onto Dock Gate 20, take the fourth exit onto First Avenue. Take the very first left onto Third Avenue, and you’ve arrived at Access Self Storage Romsey; it’s right opposite the church.
Romsey is one of those towns people from the big city might think of as ‘sleepy’, but its 18,000 residents will tell you that it’s anything but! Romsey’s jam-packed with activity all year round. There’s the Mayor’s Picnic in the summer, held in the local Memorial Park, which hosts the annual Duck Race and sees live performances from a number of school bands. It’s no less active in the colder months, where the annual Winter Carnival sees a number of local businesses setting up stalls for Christmas. If you’re a Romsey entrepreneur, you likely do so yourself – but you may not need your stand all the time. When it’s time to pack it all up, don’t let it clutter your house, shed or garage, put it in a one of our storage units near Romsey; it’ll be waiting for you when next year’s event rolls around!
While modern trade is booming in Romsey, it’s worth remembering that it’s a historical market town – and one with a rich past. PM Lord Palmerston was born and raised here, as was famous nurse Florence Nightingale; Charles and Diana honeymooned at the Broadlands estate. If you’ve been picking up historical souvenirs from the town’s various gift shops, put them in Access Self Storage Romsey for safe keeping!
Romsey’s also a great place to look at if you’re into nature as well. In particular, Romsey is home to a lively community of gardeners, many of whom spend the summers toiling away in their back yards. Its most famous member? None other than Charlie Dimmock, who was plucked from obscurity in a Romsey garden centre to national fame on TV’s Ground Force. If you’ve got green thumbs, consider renting Romsey storage; it’s very easy for your shed to fill up with unused rakes, hoes, and plant pots when the warmer months are over!