Only quibble - we'd booked a room with facilities for a disabled person - it was at the far end of a very long corridor, although we were told told we could take a short cut via the fire exit, as long as we closed it behind us.
Booking in was a pleasure with Sharon on reception and when we asked about the availability of gluten free bread at breakfast (stated as available on the continental breakfast menu) Duty manger Kerry was immediately on the phone to make sure it was.
The day we arrived was very warm, curtains in the room had been drawn to reduce the temperature and a fan was running; we were offered the option of a sheet rather than the duvet should we prefer.
The restaurant was fully booked, fortunately we had pre-booked by text message and our table was ready on time. The staff were working non-stop but remained cheerful and pleasant. Our waitress Emma G gave us excellent service.
The food was of good quality and reasonably priced, although like many establishments gluten free options are almost non-existent which is a shame when, for example gluten free pasta is readily available and a delicious seafood linguine could be enjoyed by everyone.
In the morning we placed our breakfast order, requested the gluten free bread only to be told that there wasn't any. Went to have a word with Sharon who was still on duty, she left reception and came into the restaurant to have a word with the manager. A few moments later we were told someone had gone out to buy some bread. Minutes later another waitress, Chloe, arrived at the table with the bread after making a dash to the local supermarket.
We have stayed at several Premier Inns and on the whole have found the quality to be consistent throughout and the staff to be very helpful and here was no exception
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Drive ten minutes to Salisbury Cathedral, or make the twenty minute journey out to Stonehenge ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Premier Inn Salisbury Hotel Salisbury