We stayed 2 nights here on a last minute post-Easter break at the beginning of the coldest April in years. There was snow in the air, a 35mph wind straight from Siberia, and Old Sarum and Stonehenge were perishing, but our room and the dining orangery were both blissfully cosy.
Andrew gave us lots of useful information such the best places to eat (the Victoria and Albert in nearby Netherton - oh, the home-made pies...!) and how to get to the cheapest city car-park. Breakfast was superb with plenty of choice for a small place.
Our room was designed for disabled access with a sliding door to the bathroom which had no bath but an an enormous shower (with both rainwater and riser-rail shower heads) with a seat. There was a walk-in wardrobe, a sofa at the foot of the double bed which faced the tiny TV, and an armchair placed in typical hotel fashion - right next to the door with no way of seeing the TV, and blocking the heat from the radiator!
The car park was free and just big enough, although a little walk to the rooms. There were steps but ramps as well for disabled access.
There was so much to see in and around Salisbury that we would come back again, and we would stay here again. We'll just choose warmer weather next time!
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