The SpaceThis is a large, beautiful and comfortable double bedroom with an ensuite shower room on the first floor of this charming medieval town house. We are pleased to provide luxurious bed linen, toiletries and towels included in the price.
Our current occupants are Carole the landlady, who loves to host, some lodgers, Hetty the Cocker Spaniel and Purdy the Labrador who are very friendly dogs and love to play.
Salisbury provides some wonderful breakfast venues. Our very competitive price does not include breakfast but you are welcome to use the kitchen and all its facilities (fridge, oven, microwave and your own cupboard with tea, coffee, biscuits, dishes and cutlery etc) .
Parking is provided at the White Hart Hotel next door for 24 Hrs at £12. There is a night porter there if you are arriving late and wish to use their car park. This is the most easy option for parking nearby.
There is metered parking near by on Ivy Street for 1 hour, which becomes free after 6.00pm until 8 am.
There is also the Old George Mall car park, which is accessed via New Street Monday to Saturday 7am – 8pm and 10 am – 5pm on a Sunday.
Finally there is Brown Street car park entered on Ivy Street for up to three hours metered parking.
This is a useful resource for finding other places to park:
(URL HIDDEN) Interaction with GuestsCarole welcomes all guests with a cup of tea or coffee and is happy to chat and to give recommendations or is happy to leave you to your own devices as you wish. The NeighborhoodThe Medieval Quarter of Salisbury has access to shops, restaurants and entertainment with friendly, helpful locals.
There is a food market in the city centre on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
We are a stones throw away from Salisbury Cathedral (reached by St Ann's Gate opposite us), which hosts the Magna Carta and we are a five minute walk to the small but vibrant city centre.
Salisbury also has a wonderful Playhouse which hosts the Salisbury festival and many excellent plays throughout the year.
Other tourist attractions such as Stonehenge ( reached by buses from the Train Station) Old Sarum and the New Forest are all within easy reach.
Hengistbury Head Beach and Nature Reserve is only an hour away. Getting AroundLocal buses are close by and the Salisbury Train Station and Coach Station are both within a 10 - 15 minute walk away.
You can rent a bicycle from Hayballs Cycle Hire 26-30 Winchester St.
There are also many local taxi firms including On-Line Ta(phone number hidden) and City Cabs (phone number hidden).
Southampton Airport is 25 miles away. Other Things to NoteOur Recommendations
Salisbury provides some wonderful eateries. We recommend:
The Chapter House Pub and Grill - 9 St John’s Street - provides excellent cuisine, we especially like going for breakfast there. Reservations can be made on (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
Leonardo’s - 18 Oatmeal Row - is a fantastic Italian and my favorite place to eat in Salisbury. It is recommended to make a reservation on (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Please note they are closed on Sundays and Mondays.
Fisherton Mill is a lovely little place with scrumptious home made pies and cakes and art.
Giggling Squid - 32 Market Place - does gorgeous Thai food – (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
There is also a Marks and Spencer, Tesco and a Sainsbury within walking distance.
If you are after some pampering while you stay the award winning Vita Skin Spa is around the corner from us in St Ann's St (phone number hidden) and Neals Yard (phone number hidden) is in the city centre.
The Odeon Cinema New Canal is a unique experience as it is set in a medieval town house with many of the original features remaining.
Limewood House in the New Forest is a wonderful option for a day away. They have a fabulous Herb House Spa, they also do a great afternoon tea and their restaurant Harnett, Holder and Co has 3 Rosettes. It is renowned as a celebrity retreat. This also needs to be booked on (phone number hidden).