Lovely location with wonderful views from our patio and the restaurant of the Avon river running along the back of the property. It was an easy and scenic walk to the cathedral and to the town city. I would stay there again.
Quaint old building and friendly, helpful staff. Good location
Very central and has character. Parking is convenient but needs to be managed.
The room (Executive Double) did not look as opulent like it appeared on the website. For which we had paid £20 extra. Notwithstanding, it was satisfactory.
The staff are very friendly and helpful. The rooms have been recently refurbished although they are a bit on the small side. You need to pre-book parking, which I didn't realise and thus didn't do, however, there is a large public car park a block away which is free from 15:00->8:00 the next day ...
Great place to stay! Would defiantly stay again when exploring the area! Loved the complimentary breakfast tray in each kitchen.
The property was lovely in its layout, different from any place we have stayed before . The “Best breakfast” as it was called was the best being of good quality. Overall a lovely cosy place . Good central location for Salisbury.
Well located hotel, booked late, great owners with easy checkin. Spacious twin room, warm on a cold night Good breakfast in the morning Only issue was that the shower was temperamental....took ages to warm up, move the temperature and its a good few mins before it warms up again !
Really comfy bed, spacious room and nice view of the river.
The abundance of picturesque and unspoiled countryside in the county of Wiltshire attracts large numbers of visitors each year. Coupled with the plethora of charming villages and historical sites, the county's natural beauty firmly cements Wiltshire's reputation as one of the United Kingdom's foremost holiday destinations. The original settlement of Salisbury, known as Old Sarum, is one of the county's most fascinating attractions. With so many excellent hotels nearby, the site is high up on the list of things to see and do in Wiltshire.
Old Sarum represents the earliest settlement of the now well-known city of Salisbury. Just two miles north of the modern city centre, Old Sarum shows signs of life which date back as far as 3000BC.
Documenting life through Roman times and onto the Saxons and then the Normans, this rare insight into Wiltshire's past attracts everyone from history buffs to inquisitive kids. To add to the excitement, the English Heritage attraction holds regular events throughout the year, which really bring the past to life.
There's plenty to explore at Old Sarum. Among the highlights is the Iron Age Hillfort, which looks out across two ancient trade paths that were soon turned into roads by the Romans. The Royal Castle was built by William the Conqueror around 1070. The attraction even features the sight of Salisbury's very first Cathedral.
Facilities at Old Sarum are plentiful. From free parking to toilets with baby-changing, the facilities make visiting with the family (even the youngest members) easy. There's even a play area on-site, and a handful of local pubs that serve very good food.
The Salisbury area boasts some of the finest hotels in Wiltshire, from intimate bed and breakfasts to fancy spa hotels. The Stones Hotel, situated in High Post, not far from Old Sarum, offers guests a good sized restaurant, several meeting rooms and a recently upgraded interior.
Heading into modern Salisbury, visitors are spoiled for choice of period buildings and charming hotels. The four star Chapter House and Milford Hall Classic Hotels are popular choices for those who appreciate characterful buildings. There are also a handful of well-known brands with hotels in the city.
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