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Ok, the location, a stones throw from the cathedral is brilliant for exploring the city centre on foot. But there’s no on-site parking, though there are a number of parking options available at additional cost.
This place is definitely NOT DISABLED FRIENDLY ! No lifts...More
We stayed here for 3 nights in February, we had a large oak panelled room which my husband loved, it scared the pants off me but got used to it after the first night with the help of a few gin and tonics! ( which...More
From the beginning of our stay, the staff were helpful and welcoming, and we were given the second floor room 14. The bedroom was a reasonably cosy size, clean, and tastefully furnished (bar the slightly creepy photo above the bed), however it was the bathroom...More
Firstly the staff here are extremely helpful. Secondly, my bed was very comfortable, lovely linen, plenty of pillows, extra blankets just in case etc. Shower was large with FULL sized shower gel, shampoo & conditioner instead of the usual tiny offerings that some hotels provide!...More
This is a wonderfully charming and quirky building, where the rooms are clean, and of a good spec, and the food is good.
Everything should be on track for top marks. However, it feels as though they are cutting unnecessary corners and resting on their...More
Hi Christa, many thanks for your enquiry, unfortunately we do not allow pets in the rooms. Should you find yourself in Salisbury, we do allow dogs within the upper parts of the restaurant. Regards Gill