Visiting relatives in Salisbury and after quite a bit of searching reading reviews selected this B&B for a one night stay in September. Located on main road into Salisbury about a 20-25 minute walk to the city centre, easy to find. Parking was no problem and there is a bus stop just outside if you don't want to walk into town.
The accommodation is very nice, modern facilities, comfy bed, tv etc. Rooms are clean and the shower is much better than we're used to at home which is a plus point!
Kay and Steve looked after us very well providing maps/guidance for walks into town. Great selection of items available for breakfast, I thought the cooked breakfast was particularly good.
You will get some traffic noise but it quietens down overnight - it's not really a problem and many of the B&Bs in Salisbury are on main roads. There are quieter rooms available to the rear of the property.
Would definitely stay again when in town.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kay and Steve Taylor welcome you to their newly refurbished bed & breakfast. We are situated just twenty minutes walk from the center of the medieval city of Salisbury. Visit the 1000 year old Salisbury Cathedral or investigate the mysterious Stonehenge. Enjoy a wealth of fine restaurants or relax in pubs that have been serving fine English ale for several 100 years. ... more less
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