I have been to stay a couple of times now with John and Jill at No.64. It is a lovey B&B in the centre of town, with everything in Salisbury within easy walking distance. The room I had on both occassions was very pleasant, clean, with a modern decor. The bowl of fresh fruit, along with the usual tea and coffee making facilities, is a welcoming touch.
Jill makes an excellent breakfast and will cater for dietary requirements where she can. My sister follows a gluten free diet and Jill made an effort to find alternatives for her.
Good value for money, great hospitality and convenient location.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- John and Jill Lakeman welcome you to Salisbury their home city; Our welcoming Bed and Breakfast is a recently refurbished family town house, perfectly situated for visits to the Cathedral, the City Centre with its wide range of shops, pubs, bars and restaurants, the Salisbury Playhouse, the Odeon cinema. Not to mention the house only being 100 yards from Salisbury Arts Centre and Salisbury Registry Office. If you are travelling on foot you will also find we are within a short walk of the train station and bus station, where Stonehenge tours depart from on a daily basis. If time is short and you want to get to know Salisbury and its history, John will be delighted to give you a guided tour of Salisbury City Centre and Cathedral Close which lasts approximately one hour. It starts in Salisbury Market Square and ends at the historic Pheasant Inn, opposite Number 64. Please ask for details. Get your day off to the perfect start with a hearty cooked breakfast which you can enjoy in the warm surroundings of our home, or if you prefer we offer a continental option. Our ingredients are locally sourced where possible and breakfast can be arranged at a time to suit you. For your evening meals you will find a wide range of restaurants, cafes, pubs, takeaways and more all within a stones throw of our front door. The property is equipped with 50mb WiFi which is free for guest to use at any time, the property has excellent phone signal on all networks, so if you are visiting Salisbury for business purposes it’s not just our location that is perfect for you. As we have recently redecorated and refurbished Number 64 you will find the property is clean, well kept, and most of all cosy and warm, perfect after a long day seeing the sites of historic Wiltshire. All prices do not include breakfast which is charged at £8 per head, continental or English. We also have a small fold out bed or travel cot which can be added to make the room a triple including a child. This is charged at just £10 per night. ... more less
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