Salisbury

Salisbury is of course a new city, though the term is relative, its decamping from Old Sarum undertaken in the 13th century. The cathedral is one of the finest in England, with many other buildings here of great scenic value including Mompesson House, built for a merchant family... Read More

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May
Salisbury International Art Festival
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June
East Tytherley Country Fayre
Salisbury International Art Festival
Salisbury International Arts Festival
July
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Fireworks Proms
Salisbury Show
August
Annual Horticultural Show
September
Salisbury Food & Drink Festival
November
Salisbury Christmas Market
December
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Hotels in Salisbury - 53 places to stay

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Pembroke Arms Hotel

Pembroke Arms Hotel
In the heart of the beautiful Wilton Estate, The Pembroke Arms hotel opened its doors on 23 April 2013, following a comprehensive six month refurbishment.

In keeping with other gems in the Hillbrooke Hotels collection, The ... More | visit website
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Howards House

Howards House
Set in two acres of beautiful gardens in the idyllic and quintessentially English village of Teffont Evias, nine miles west of Salisbury, Howards House has earned its reputation as one of the most relaxing, informal ... More | Double Room: £145 | visit website
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White Horse Hotel

White Horse Hotel

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The White Horse Inn is situated just a couple of minutes walk from the beautiful Salisbury Cathedral. A family run Georgian Inn with a comfortable and well-appointed interior and excellent bar, ... More

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Websters

Websters
Websters is quietly set within a cul-de-sac, with off-street parking. Salisbury Cathedral and the city centre an easy 15 minute walk.

Breakfast time is a wonderful start to your day, with a good variety, all ... More | Double Room: £22.50 | visit website
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Compasses Inn

Compasses Inn
In the midst of the beautiful Wiltshire countryside, The Compasses Inn is an idyllic fourteenth century thatched pub, full of old world charm. Our traditional inn is unspoilt and offers the very best in real ... More | Double Room: £75 | visit website
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Milford Hall Hotel

Milford Hall Hotel
Originally a Georgian Mansion House, the Milford Hall Hotel is now a highly rated family owned 3 star hotel. The hotel boasts its own locally renowned brasserie, situated in the new modern wing of ... More | Double Room: £55 | visit website
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Best Western Red Lion Hotel

Best Western Red Lion Hotel

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Salisbury's hidden treasure: This traditional 13th century coaching inn offers a warm welcome and convivial atmosphere. Our elegant and comfortably designed bedrooms will exceed expectations and our antique filled public ... More

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The Queen's Head

The Queen

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The Queen’s Head a quintessential country pub, atmospheric and charming, modern and stylish, The Queen’s Head is one of Wiltshire’s most desirable country pubs. Dating back to the 15th century, ... More

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Kings Arms Hotel and Chapter House

Kings Arms Hotel and Chapter House
Situated in the very heart of historic Salisbury, The Kings Arms Hotel lies within easy reach of some of the most important treasures of Southern England. The stone for Salisbury cathedral was cut in what ... More | visit website
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The Lazy Cow

The Lazy Cow
Imagine an urban oasis - a Salisbury city centre hotel just steps from the city’s renowned Cathedral and much more. Inspired by its rural and unique setting, The Lazy Cow Hotel & Steak & Ale House ... More | visit website

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