Hotels near Salisbury Information Centre in Salisbury

Best hotels near Salisbury Information Centre, Salisbury

4.5/5Excellent31 Reviews
0.11km from Salisbury Information Centre
We booked for a group of 45 cyclists to stay for 3 nights over the Easter weekend. We were given our own large room to store the bikes overnight safely. We had a db&b arrangement. We were well looked after by the hotel staff with great food and service. The hotel is old and full of character so consequently the rooms are all different and some are up steep stairs and tucked away in remote corridors but mostly they are well appointed and comfortable. We enjoyed pre-dinner drinks in the bar and even more so in the beautiful courtyard when the sun was on it. Thanks to all the staff for a very successful stay.
FromUS$161
4.7/5Outstanding30 Reviews
0.16km from Salisbury Information Centre
With a stay at The Merchant's House in Salisbury, you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Salisbury Cathedral and Parish Church of St Thomas and St Edmund. This property is 11.7 mi (18.9 km) from Stonehenge and 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Old Sarum.Buffet breakfasts are served on weekdays from 7:00 AM to 10:30 AM and on weekends from 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM for a fee.Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 37 air-conditioned rooms featuring LED televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and electric kettles, and housekeeping is provided once per stay.
FromUS$150
4.3/5Excellent33 Reviews
0.24km from Salisbury Information Centre
It is unimaginable that anyone would stay in this hotel for more than 24 hours. I am also baffled to see anyone rate this "farm" above one star. Furthermore astonishing that this room does not come furnished with warning or hazard signs. Our room sounded like our bed was located in the middle of the Formula 1 race track. White noise was provided in the form of thundering sounds and the vibrations of the lorry, bus, and car convoys rumbling past our room all day and most of the night. Although novel, it’s a shame that earplugs and double glazing were not provided or at least part of the package. How kind and thoughtful of you to send the housekeeping staff on vacation for 37 years before our arrival. The wooden pony-style front door was thoughtfully created with a gap at the bottom large enough for a room service tray or pigeon to walk through without opening. The multi-use pillow. Thin enough and hard enough to wedge under the front door to help reduce sound and light. The duvet is packed to its 1cm thickness with thoughtful lumps to keep my laptop from sliding away from me whilst writing this! The bloodstains on the bed and sofa cushion if you wanted to act out a scene from an episode of CSI. The teabag, yes, just the one. The mini bar for alcoholics - a box wrapped in duck tape and then painted black to match the mold on the window frames. Contents comprising the following items: One bottle of opened water, One can of Fanta, One coca-cola. The reversed bathroom taps. Turn on cold, and it's hot. So hot that I am surprised it didn’t activate the fire alarm. Such a surprise to find the bathroom turned into an inferno of heat so intense that I was effectively steam cleaned!! The Dermabrasion bath towel with slits and holes: Designed not just to dry, but also severely exfoliate you by removing two layers of the epidermis. The energy-saving lamps with invisible light switches and lose lampshades. Clearly, an attempt to save enough power to put Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Station into retirement. A mole-wearing bifocals would have been more than happy with their emitted light. The lampshades were decorated with DNA and held on by the light bulb so, in theory, you could host a game similar to spin the bottle if bored. The icky TV remote with most of the button labels invisible due to the gunk covering them… Switching on, reducing the volume level, and finding channels was like Russian Roulette! I’m sure the guests in the next room enjoyed the 10 o’clock news bulletin at 975 decibels as much as I did. A telephone with sticky keys to call down to reception or room service. Once you prised off the receiver, you could conduct a hearing test with the disconnected dial tone. The dust was so thick on the headboard, four-poster bed, and furniture I can only presume they were trying to grow their own crops. The hairdryer, imagine my shock (no pun intended) when it sounded like a Boeing 747 taking off, blew out dark smoke, and had mor
FromUS$166
4.3/5Excellent30 Reviews
0.27km from Salisbury Information Centre
Breakfast is great! Very suitable for family fun and couples to travel, the service is very good, next time you will consider choosing here, the surrounding environment is beautiful, recommended choice!
FromUS$124
4.6/5Outstanding30 Reviews
0.32km from Salisbury Information Centre
Breakfast is general, can not be extra bed
FromUS$149
4.8/5Outstanding30 Reviews
0.67km from Salisbury Information Centre
With a stay at Caboose in Salisbury, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Salisbury Cathedral and Old Sarum. This bed & breakfast is 9.4 mi (15.1 km) from Stonehenge and 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Parish Church of St Thomas and St Edmund.Take in the views from a terrace and a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM.Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and luggage storage.Make yourself at home in one of the 8 air-conditioned rooms featuring LED televisions. Your pillowtop bed comes with Egyptian cotton sheets. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms feature showers with rainfall showerheads.
FromUS$113
4/5Very Good30 Reviews
0.68km from Salisbury Information Centre
Set in a prime location of Salisbury, Milford Hall Hotel And Restaurant puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and convenience. Take advantage of the hotel's 24-hour room service, room service, meeting facilities, business center, restaurant. Desk, telephone, television, television LCD/plasma screen, satellite/cable TV can be found in selected guestrooms. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Discover all Salisbury has to offer by making Milford Hall Hotel And Restaurant your base.
FromUS$119
4.8/5Outstanding30 Reviews
0.74km from Salisbury Information Centre
Opposite salisbury railway station, it is very suitable as a small base for people who want to go to stonehenge or other places, because the shuttle bus to Stonehenge is also here. I booked a suite. The front desk was very kind. The small hotel also prepared chocolate beans, apples, breakfast cereals, yogurt, etc. for free, which was very heartwarming. But it is a pity that I stayed very busy for 2 days. I ran around and didn't have much time to relax. The environment of the room was really good. There were high stools in the kitchen. It was convenient to play with mobile phones and computers while eating. If I have time, I really want to live here for a week. It should be noted that the front desk closes at 5 o'clock. Check-in after this can only be done by yourself. The closest food shop to the small hotel is in the train station, which is expensive. It is recommended to keep walking along the main road in front of the railway station. There are many restaurants and small supermarkets on both sides of the road. Near a bunch of buses are commercial areas, suitable for shopping. I wanted to take pictures when I left, but I forgot.
FromUS$169
4.2/5Very Good30 Reviews
1.02km from Salisbury Information Centre
Overall, I think it's a good hotel. The content of the meal was amazing. The staff are kind and friendly. I felt so ordinary as a tourist destination.
FromUS$128
3.5/55 Reviews
1.64km from Salisbury Information Centre
Home to beautiful country views and an exciting medieval history, scenic Salisbury is an ideal place to escape to. Start your stay with a visit to Salisbury Cathedral. As well as having the tallest spire in Britain, this stunning landmark also houses one of only four original copies of the Magna Carta. Visiting the famous - and mysterious - Stonehenge is a must, and The Salisbury Museum is a great spot for history-lovers. Alternatiely, you can enjoy a fun day out at Salisbury Racecourse, before returning for a tasty meal at our in-house Thyme restaurant.
FromUS$70
4.6/5Outstanding18 Reviews
1.79km from Salisbury Information Centre
Property Location With a stay at The Old House Guesthouse in Salisbury, you'll be convenient to Salisbury Museum and Salisbury Cathedral. This property is within close proximity of Cathedral Close and Old Sarum. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 10 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms with showers are provided. Amenities Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and barbecue grills. Dining A complimentary English breakfast is served daily from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM. Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
FromUS$125
5/5Perfect6 Reviews
2.74km from Salisbury Information Centre
My Wife recently stayed at Premier Inn Salisbury North Bishopdown to be close to Salisbury Hospital whilst I underwent further surgery to injuries I had sustained whilst serving in the Army. She had booked, and paid for a"Premier Inn Plus room" to increase comfort and reduce anxieties associated with my hospital treatment. Her experiences where appalling, her room was dirty, lacked hot water and all surfaces were caked in dried food. She informed the reception staff on 4 occasions before her concerns were taken seriously and an alternative room was sourced. When finally moved, the replacement room was far below the expected standards; a "standard room" pre Premier Inn face lift, dated and in poor repair. To further impact her stay there was a mobile refrigeration unit which was providing on site support to Premier Inn located outside her window, this providing constant noise and disturbance throughout the night, further impacting her ability to rest or sleep. As you can imagine her stay was far from what had been promised by Premier Inn Good Night Sleep Guarantee. On informing the reception team and completing the necessary online forms to claim the much lamented Good Night Sleep Guarantee Premier inn offered a good will gesture of £35!!! We both feel the issues raised met the eligibility criteria required by Premier Inns Good Night Sleep Guarantee, yet Premier Inn disagreed and refusd to honour their Good Night Sleep Guarantee, informing her the issue was now closed. I am disgusted and extremely disappointed with Premier Inn and their handling of this situation, leaving both my wife and I extremely upset during what is already a challenging period for the both of us.
FromUS$71

Reviews of Hotels near Salisbury Information Centre in Salisbury

5/56 Reviews
My Wife recently stayed at Premier Inn Salisbury North Bishopdown to be close to Salisbury Hospital whilst I underwent further surgery to injuries I had sustained whilst serving in the Army. She had booked, and paid for a"Premier Inn Plus room" to increase comfort and reduce anxieties associated with my hospital treatment. Her experiences where appalling, her room was dirty, lacked hot water and all surfaces were caked in dried food. She informed the reception staff on 4 occasions before her concerns were taken seriously and an alternative room was sourced. When finally moved, the replacement room was far below the expected standards; a "standard room" pre Premier Inn face lift, dated and in poor repair. To further impact her stay there was a mobile refrigeration unit which was providing on site support to Premier Inn located outside her window, this providing constant noise and disturbance throughout the night, further impacting her ability to rest or sleep. As you can imagine her stay was far from what had been promised by Premier Inn Good Night Sleep Guarantee. On informing the reception team and completing the necessary online forms to claim the much lamented Good Night Sleep Guarantee Premier inn offered a good will gesture of £35!!! We both feel the issues raised met the eligibility criteria required by Premier Inns Good Night Sleep Guarantee, yet Premier Inn disagreed and refusd to honour their Good Night Sleep Guarantee, informing her the issue was now closed. I am disgusted and extremely disappointed with Premier Inn and their handling of this situation, leaving both my wife and I extremely upset during what is already a challenging period for the both of us.
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FromUS$71
4.2/530 Reviews
Overall, I think it's a good hotel. The content of the meal was amazing. The staff are kind and friendly. I felt so ordinary as a tourist destination.
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FromUS$128
4.3/530 Reviews
Breakfast is great! Very suitable for family fun and couples to travel, the service is very good, next time you will consider choosing here, the surrounding environment is beautiful, recommended choice!
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FromUS$124
4.5/531 Reviews
We booked for a group of 45 cyclists to stay for 3 nights over the Easter weekend. We were given our own large room to store the bikes overnight safely. We had a db&b arrangement. We were well looked after by the hotel staff with great food and service. The hotel is old and full of character so consequently the rooms are all different and some are up steep stairs and tucked away in remote corridors but mostly they are well appointed and comfortable. We enjoyed pre-dinner drinks in the bar and even more so in the beautiful courtyard when the sun was on it. Thanks to all the staff for a very successful stay.
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FromUS$161
4.3/533 Reviews
It is unimaginable that anyone would stay in this hotel for more than 24 hours. I am also baffled to see anyone rate this "farm" above one star. Furthermore astonishing that this room does not come furnished with warning or hazard signs. Our room sounded like our bed was located in the middle of the Formula 1 race track. White noise was provided in the form of thundering sounds and the vibrations of the lorry, bus, and car convoys rumbling past our room all day and most of the night. Although novel, it’s a shame that earplugs and double glazing were not provided or at least part of the package. How kind and thoughtful of you to send the housekeeping staff on vacation for 37 years before our arrival. The wooden pony-style front door was thoughtfully created with a gap at the bottom large enough for a room service tray or pigeon to walk through without opening. The multi-use pillow. Thin enough and hard enough to wedge under the front door to help reduce sound and light. The duvet is packed to its 1cm thickness with thoughtful lumps to keep my laptop from sliding away from me whilst writing this! The bloodstains on the bed and sofa cushion if you wanted to act out a scene from an episode of CSI. The teabag, yes, just the one. The mini bar for alcoholics - a box wrapped in duck tape and then painted black to match the mold on the window frames. Contents comprising the following items: One bottle of opened water, One can of Fanta, One coca-cola. The reversed bathroom taps. Turn on cold, and it's hot. So hot that I am surprised it didn’t activate the fire alarm. Such a surprise to find the bathroom turned into an inferno of heat so intense that I was effectively steam cleaned!! The Dermabrasion bath towel with slits and holes: Designed not just to dry, but also severely exfoliate you by removing two layers of the epidermis. The energy-saving lamps with invisible light switches and lose lampshades. Clearly, an attempt to save enough power to put Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Station into retirement. A mole-wearing bifocals would have been more than happy with their emitted light. The lampshades were decorated with DNA and held on by the light bulb so, in theory, you could host a game similar to spin the bottle if bored. The icky TV remote with most of the button labels invisible due to the gunk covering them… Switching on, reducing the volume level, and finding channels was like Russian Roulette! I’m sure the guests in the next room enjoyed the 10 o’clock news bulletin at 975 decibels as much as I did. A telephone with sticky keys to call down to reception or room service. Once you prised off the receiver, you could conduct a hearing test with the disconnected dial tone. The dust was so thick on the headboard, four-poster bed, and furniture I can only presume they were trying to grow their own crops. The hairdryer, imagine my shock (no pun intended) when it sounded like a Boeing 747 taking off, blew out dark smoke, and had mor
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FromUS$166
4.8/530 Reviews
Opposite salisbury railway station, it is very suitable as a small base for people who want to go to stonehenge or other places, because the shuttle bus to Stonehenge is also here. I booked a suite. The front desk was very kind. The small hotel also prepared chocolate beans, apples, breakfast cereals, yogurt, etc. for free, which was very heartwarming. But it is a pity that I stayed very busy for 2 days. I ran around and didn't have much time to relax. The environment of the room was really good. There were high stools in the kitchen. It was convenient to play with mobile phones and computers while eating. If I have time, I really want to live here for a week. It should be noted that the front desk closes at 5 o'clock. Check-in after this can only be done by yourself. The closest food shop to the small hotel is in the train station, which is expensive. It is recommended to keep walking along the main road in front of the railway station. There are many restaurants and small supermarkets on both sides of the road. Near a bunch of buses are commercial areas, suitable for shopping. I wanted to take pictures when I left, but I forgot.
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FromUS$169
4.6/530 Reviews
Breakfast is general, can not be extra bed
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FromUS$149

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