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Hotels Salisbury

Legacy Rose & Crown Hotel

Harnham Rd, Salisbury SP2 8JQ, UK – 0844 411 9046

A super hotel with very friendly and helpful staff. Spacious dining room that overlooks the river. You can also sit and dine by the river. There are punting trips that can be booked from here at certain times. The menu is varied and the food is delicious. There is also a small lounge with an original fire place. This place is to be found in the old part of town which has some amazing buildings and overlooks fields on the river bank. Open to non residents and dogs allowed outside on the terrace.

A decent hotel. The room given to us was ok as it was not in the main block. Had breakfast included in the rate however when you go for breakfast you are told that you have to pay additional for hot breakfast... Facing such a situation for the first time. Wasn't worth it anyways. The room is good and gives you a rustic and modern feel at the same time. All in all an average stay.

Premier Inn Salisbury

Pearce Way, Salisbury SP1 3GU, UK – 0871 527 8956

Another great Premier Inn. Spacious and clean room as usual and great value for money on a saver rate. We were able to take our bikes in the room too. The only problem was that instead of twin beds there was a double but a quick request to the receptionist and that was sorted.

Excellent stay. Room was well kitted out and spotless. Shower was one of the most powerful I have had the pleasure of using. We will definitely use this hotel again. We were in the separate annex which did look newer than the main building. Breakfast was in the pub next door and was spot on, only criticism was that the buffet breakfast was a little cold but that seems to be normal wherever I go. Toasters were as slow as watching paint dry! Would of preferred a fresh hot water supply for my cup of tea rather than a flask.

Mercure White Hart Hotel

1 St John's St, Salisbury SP1 2SD, UK – 01962 312801

A historic Inn in the center of Salisbury. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The breakfast is traditional British and more than enough to keep you happy. The rooms are all different, so you have to pay attentuon to what you request if you do an online reservation. I've stayed here many times and will return again and again for future visits. While it is not a five star luxury hotel, it more than satisfies almost every travel need. Everything of interest is in walking distance, so you can't go wrong at this Inn.

Very helpful staff hotel a little dated but is governed by English heritage so restricted on what can be improved. We enjoyed our stay and it is so handy if city centre and cathedral. Thank you white hart. offers competitive rates for any type of hotel, from small independent hotels to a five star luxury ones. The site is available in 24 languages and offers over 71000 hotels in 71 countries. Could be useful for you. There are of course several such sites.

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Salisbury Pubs, Gastro Pubs and Bars

The Boathouse

Mill Stream Approach, Castle Str, Wiltshire, Salisbury SP1 3TA, UK – 01722 414782

For all those London Hipster-Types who claim to know where to find the best burger and then wind up in - Gourmet Burger (who will never serve you a 'blue' burger) or worse Byron (who claim to serve 'proper burgers' and yet will also not serve you a 'blue' burger or even The Rare Burger Company (who despite their false advertising name will also not serve you a 'blue' burger - The Boathouse is your awakening. Not only do they grind their own mince (an essential health and safety requirement if you want to cook your burgers to order) but they will also happily make you the rarest of rare (think steak tartar) burgers. Make sure you are emphatically clear with the bartender (or the chef will think you meant medium rare) just say you want your burger raw and you will send it back if it's not. That way your blue burger will arrive perfectly prepared and without one single hypocritical hipster in sight.

Had the pleasure of coming to this place while on vacation. The San Miguel on tap was always crisp and cold. Staff was extremely nice and helpful. Bartender was funny, you can talk to her all day.

The Wig and Quill

1 New St, Salisbury SP1 2PH, UK – 01722 335665

Nice bar with sunny garden. Our lunch was tasty and a good range of choices including for the teenagers. Serving a range of Wadsworth ales. IPA and 6X were good. Oddly were only accepting cash when we were there, but did offer a 20% discount on food if you'd parked over the road.

Had my 53rd birthday at the wig and Quill tonight and I have to say the pub and the restaurant were fantastic. The food came out hot and on time being that we had 10 guests. The staff couldn't have helped us any more than what they did. The staff were so polite and helpful down to the last detail. We give a 5 star rating and highly rate the Wig & QUILL. Thankyou for making my evening exceptional. Sarah x

The Pheasant Inn

19 Salt Ln, Salisbury SP1 1DT, UK – 01722 421841

I'm not sure whether they've recently had a change of owner or chef but I've changed my original review for the better. On my recent visit I was very impressed! A charming city pub/restaurant with great food. My Ham, Egg and Chips was outstanding, good portion size with lovely quality, thickly sliced ham. A cosy and comfortable pub with very great staff and dog friendly.

This is a really nice pub I have popped in on several occasions, and the welcome has been friendly. There is a good range of beers and wines, and the ambience is quietly pleasant. There is nothing super special, it's just a really decent pub. What more do you need. I have now reduced my rating of this pub by 1 star. I visited today at 2.15 pm, and was told, (very politely), that the kitchen was closed, and that lunch was not available. Most pubs close their kitchens at 3pm. Disappointed.

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