therapy rooms

We are proud to offer 2 beautiful therapy rooms for hire

Pretty & Preloved shop has a range of rooms for hire, available from 8.00 am to 9.30pm Monday to Saturdays.  Sundays may be available in certain circumstances, please contact us to discuss. 

Both counselling rooms are on the first floor, accessed only via a staircase.  Both have large opening windows and are cosy and private.

Room 1 – Is opposite the kitchen facilities, has 3 armchairs, small tables, throws, cushions, lamps, pictures and is more of an adult friendly room.  It has a lovely big, opening window with a bamboo blind.

Room 2 – Has 2 armchairs with brightly coloured throws, cusions, teddy bears and bamboo drawer unit containing books and toys. There is also a playmobile dolls house with accessories and some lego  This room is geared towards children’s therapy, but can be used for adult therapy as the toys can be put away.

There is parking available at the front of the shop, at the rear of the shop and at various places within Byfleet Village. we have a map available for access to rear parking facilities, however, access to rear parking is through an unmade road and although passable, does have a number of potholes and is very uneven. Access and parking are strictly at your own risk. There is an automated spotlight on the rear of the building as well as a separate key entrance at the rear of the shop, through the sorting room.

There is also an entrance with separate doorway through the front of the shop.

room rates are £12 per hour

You are more than welcome to come in and view the rooms by appointment.  please do contact Penny Hackney on penny.hackney@hotmail.com or 07876798137.

they are available to hire by the half hour with a one hour minimum booking.  we do have terms and conditions of booking available here, we will require some information from you such as proof that you are qualified and insured.

if we have all of your documentation, please feel free to click here to book your room. 

thank you for choosing us

all profits from the hire of the rooms go to the matthew hackney foundation