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The Cathedral Hotel, Salisbury

The Cathedral Hotel
The Hotel consists of 20 bedrooms and is located in the heart of Salisbury,just a few minutes' walk from the Salisbury Cathedral, shops, restaurants and local attractions. We are just ... More Prices from 75.0

BEST WESTERN Red Lion Hotel, Salisbury

BEST WESTERN Red Lion Hotel
This hidden treasure of Salisbury was originally a 13th century coaching inn that offered a warm welcome and convivial atmosphere. Though a few centuries older now, the hospitality and heart ... More Prices from 150.00

Qudos, Salisbury

Qudos
Qudos, located right in the City centre is a quintessential Victorian Hotel which has recently been refurbished to a high standard, whilst retaining its original period charm. The downstairs has ... More Prices from 58.0

City Lodge, Salisbury

City Lodge
Citylodge Salisbury occupies a 15th century Merchant House with a wealth of beams, features and history. Our completely non-smoking hotel has 25 newly refurbished bedrooms, all featuring en suite bathrooms ... More Prices from 85.0

Peartree Apartments, Salisbury

Peartree Apartments
We have facilities that are ideal for self catering holiday rentals for people who are planning short breaks or longer term lettings. Ideal for people who are on business working ... More Prices from 125.0

Alabare House, Salisbury

Alabare House
Alabare House is ideally situated in Salisbury. You will receive a warm welcome from your hosts John and Lee. Established as a small Christian retreat centre it also welcomes bed ... More Prices from 72.5

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