Sarum college is worth staying at. It was inexpensive, well appointed-especially considering it is a college not a hotel- and in the close of the Cathedral. It was so nice to be able to go back to the grounds after closing and watch the sunset. The "dorm mother" at the desk was so nice and helpful too. She also gave great directions. The only challenge we had was finding it. Don't trust your GPS or SatNav to get you there.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Stay in historic buildings within the beautiful Salisbury Cathedral Close. Sarum has 40 en-suite rooms, some with stunning views of the Salisbury Cathedral and the rooftops of the Close. Rooms not used by students and conference guests are let for bed and breakfast. There are also a small number of very modest rooms with shared facilities for those on a tight budget. Sarum's central location is a five-minute walk from High Street shops, cafes and the charter market. Excellent cultural venues within the Close include Salisbury Museum and Mompesson House, while Salisbury Playhouse, Salisbury Arts Centre and dozens of restaurants and pubs lie just beyond its medieval walls. Return to the Close with your own gate key, knowing you are among the privileged few to stay in what Bill Bryson described as England's 'most beautiful space'. The train station is about a 15-minute walk away (5 minutes by taxi). Direct trains to London are about an hour and 20 minutes. ... more less
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