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The Old Mill - TOWN PATH HARNHAM SALISBURY SP2 8EU

Distance: 2.1 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £64.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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The Old Mill Hotel is a 15th century building with features dating back to 1250. From its early ecclesiastical beginnings, it was transformed in the 16th century to a paper mill. The hotel is in the most tranquil location while the shopping and tourist district of Salisbury City centre is easily accessed via a beautiful 10 minute walk through Harnham Meadows. This takes you past the view of The Cathedral that was voted 'Best View in Britain' in a Country Life poll and made famous in John Constable's classic painting 'Salisbury Cathedral'. (This camera shot alone will make your visit worthwhile.) The hotel is Grade 1 listed in parts and stands in a most peaceful and stunning location above 3 mill runs off of the River Nadder. This really is a countryside escape, just a stone's throw from the ancient city. Our traditional old English bar with low beams, stone floors and open fires, is a step back in time. A little piece of old England that has been preserved for your enjoyment. You can sample the best cask ales, a great selection of wine and food and chat to the locals whilst enjoying the best welcome and hospitality that Wiltshire has to offer. The restaurant is set in the oldest part of the hotel and sits above a mill run which is visible through a viewing panel. The ever present hum of the rushing waters and the large open fire place, makes it one of the best places to enjoy perfectly English food that's been freshly prepared by our chefs for your pleasure. When the weather permits, our restaurant and bar may be outdone by our fantastic garden setting for the best place to enjoy a cool beer, a glass of wine or a great meal. We have 11 en-suite bedrooms set over 3 floors. (No lift available, however, we will of course help you with your bags if needed.) The historic staircase leads you up to the narrow corridors of the newer part of the building, a mere 300 years old. We are sure you will find the views from all our bedrooms are impressive, whether it's the Harnham hills, the River Nadder or over our fabulous gardens set on either side of the mill run, where every seat has a waterside view! The hotel bar, restaurant and bedrooms are undergoing refurbishment during Autumn 2014 and the garden will be completed in March 2015. This is being done with the maximum respect for our present hotel, bar and restaurant visitors and will enhance this already great experience.

Grasmere House Hotel - 70 Harnham Road Salisbury SP2 8JN

Distance: 2.4 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £99.00 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Conveniently situated on the A3094 within a short walk to Salisbury Cathedral, offering Wi-Fi access and ample parking. The Hotel is nestled amidst 1.5 acres of idyllic gardens by the banks of the rivers Avon and Nadder, this superb Victorian House provides effortless accessibility with an atmosphere of comfort and splendour. Boasting stunning Cathedral views, a stylish on-site restaurant, luxury accommodation, dedicated function provision, it is the perfect place from which to explore the delights of Salisbury and the surrounding Wiltshire countryside. Each of the 38 en-suite rooms are stylishly furnished and decorated, reflecting the traditional charm of the building’s Victorian heritage. They all come fully equipped with all the modern comforts and conveniences one would expect from a hotel of this calibre, including Wi-Fi access, satellite TV, hairdryer, trouser press and hospitality tray. There are room types to suit all kinds of traveller, from luxury four-poster beds to three-bedroom family apartments. With award-winning vistas over Grasmere’s gardens down to the rivers and across the water meadows to Salisbury Cathedral, the stylish Conservatory Restaurant is the perfect place for indulging one’s culinary palette. Specialising in classic British cuisine with eclectic international influences, dishes are freshly prepared using locally sourced produce wherever possible. Daily and Market Day specials feature along with themed evenings that are popular with hotel residents and regular guests from the locality. The Nadder Bar provides a great spot to unwind with a quaint Wiltshire Afternoon Tea or perhaps a glass of wine (or two) in the evening. Originally built in 1896, this charming red-brick building has been lovingly converted and extended into a private hotel. Great care has been taken to ensure that it still retains the features and atmosphere of a traditional Victorian family home. The hotel is surrounded by 1.5 acres of mature gardens that slope down to the banks of the river. The towering beech trees and small woodland fir copse create the perfect backdrop to a peaceful and relaxing stay for both holidaymakers and business travellers alike. Grasmere House Hotel is also a fantastic venue for corporate events and functions. The main conference suite can accommodate up to 110 delegates, whilst the River Rooms are ideally suited for board meetings, presentations and other smaller gatherings. It is not all business though; they also cater for a wide range of different events and special occasions. The hotel is licensed to host weddings and civil ceremonies and can provide a memorable indoor or outdoor setting for that most special of days. The Grasmere House Hotel is located on the A3094 Harnham Road, on the south side of the City, just a few minute’s walk from the centre of Salisbury. Salisbury railway station is on the main London Waterloo line and is 20 minutes walk or a 7 minute taxi ride away. For those flying in, it’s a 90 minute drive from London’s Heathrow and Gatwick Airports and half an hour from Southampton and Bournemouth Airports. The welcoming team at the Grasmere House Hotel will be happy to offer suggestions of places to visit or to assist in arranging day trips. Affectionately known as ‘The city in the countryside’, the majestic medieval city of Salisbury is one of the UK’s finest tourist destinations. Nowhere is this more evident than Salisbury Cathedral. This wonder of medieval architecture stands in the tranquil Cathedral Close, home to the award-winning Salisbury and south Wiltshire Museum, The Rifles military museum, Edward Heath’s Arundells, and the National Trust’s Mompesson House.There is also a wide variety of pubs, restaurants and tea rooms, ranging from cosmopolitan pavement cafes and stylish eateries to welcoming inns and traditional country alehouses. Outside of the city, the hills and valleys of South Wiltshire offer

Peartree Apartments - Mill Road Salisbury SP2 7RT

Distance: 2.5 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £179.1 | Customer rating: 6\6
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We have facilities that are ideal for self catering holiday rentals for people who are planning short breaks or longer term lettings. Ideal for people who are on business working in the area. We are just 5 minutes walk from the centre of Salisbury with car parking available. Our accommodation is near Stonehenge, Salisbury Cathedral and Wilton House. Whether your stay is for business or leisure, we have the perfect apartment for you.

Websters Bed & Breakfast - 11 Hartington Road, Salisbury SP2 7LG

Distance: 2.5 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £80.0 | Customer rating: 6\6
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Winners of the South West Regional 'Best Bed and Breakfast', Websters B&B have also been awarded the 'Sparkling Diamond'. We've enjoyed welcoming guests, many of whom return again and again to relax for a weekend, to take their holiday or for business. Just 10 minutes easy walk from the centre of Salisbury, this bed and breakfast offers personal service in a 'home from home' environment. Visitor's comment ~ "as usual faultless, special thanks to John and Veronica for organising the sun to shine" ~ No problem, anything else we can do! We promise you a cheerful start to your day at breakfast. Whilst the English or vegetarian alternative is always available, you can also choose pancakes with maple syrup, cheese on toast, kippers with fresh brown bread, plus many other choices. Finish with wholemeal or white toast and jam or marmalade. Everything is freshly cooked to order.

Legacy Rose and Crown Hotel - Harnham Road Salisbury SP2 8JQ

Distance: 2.5 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £60.00 | Customer rating: 5\6
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The recently awarded 4* Legacy Rose & Crown Hotel is an idyllic location, with stunning views across the River Avon to the magnificent Salisbury Cathedral beyond. This 13th century inn provides the perfect riverside location whether your stay is for either business and leisure. Being close to all major road and rail links, the hotel is perfectly located for all your business needs in the Wiltshire area, whilst allowing the perfect restful ambience after your busy day. There are many original features remaining around the hotel including the old wooden beams and log fire in the traditional Oak Bar. There is FREE Wi-Fi available on the Legacy network in selected public areas for the benefit of our guests and visitors.

Burcombe Manor - Burcombe Lane, Burcombe Salisbury SP20EJ

Distance: 2.6 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £85.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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It overlooks the water meadows and is within five minutes from the traditional village pub. The present day house was built in 1865 and is set on the site of "The Grange" which dated back to the 1500's. On entering the house, there is a large oak floored hall and a staircase, with dark oak banisters which lead up to our accommodation, three centrally heated bedrooms, two of which have ensuite facilities. Guests have their own comfortable sitting room in which they can relax and plan their day. The house is set in its own three acre garden, totally surrounded by a tall yew hedge, giving complete privacy. Well manicured lawns provide an excellent setting for a marquee to host weddings & other functions and parties. There is an extensive network of Footpaths and Bridleways for both walkers and horseriders to explore. One of the walks on the farm gives a panoramic view of Salisbury looking down onto the Cathedral. At present there are three bedrooms, one double with en-suite (family room), one twin with en-suite and one double with a shared bathroom. All rooms are centrally heated, with tea making facilities in all rooms. There is a large comfortable sitting room with an open fire to enjoy.

The Kings Head Inn, Salisbury - a JD Wetherspoon Hotel - 1 Bridge Street Salisbury SP1 2ND

Distance: 2.7 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £75.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Our Hotel is part of the Kings Head Inn, formerly the County Hotel. This three storey building was built in 1874 for the Richardson brothers, wine and spirit importers, shippers and wholesalers. It was then Britain's oldest wine and spirit business. Originally known as City Chambers, the building was occupied by wine merchants until the late 20th Century. The hotel is situated in the City centre and is the perfect base for exploring the City and surrounding areas. Ideal for corporate guests, with easy access to the City centre, car parking and ring roads. The King's Head Inn is the closet travel accommodation to Salisbury Playhouse and the City Hall, both providing excellent entertainment all year round. Salisbury is a lively, vibrant city, dominated by a Cathedral of exceptional beauty, topped by England's tallest spire standing an impressive 123m/404ft. This Gothic Masterpiece (housing one of the four remaining copies of the nation's most historic documents - the Magna Carta) stands in the Close. The Close also houses the Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum, The Wardrobe Military Museum, Mompesson House and The Medieval Hall. Twice Weekly markets are still held in the Market Square. Colourful, bustling, friendly and full of exciting aromas from freshly ground coffee and fresh bread to spit roast chicken, doughnuts and newly cut flowers. Due to our central location we are unable to offer on site parking, however, there is a large pay and display car park just a short walk from the Hotel (the Central Car Park). We do have an area on-site for guests to drop off luggage. Salisbury train station is a 10-minute walk from the hotel. The town bus station is a five minute walk from the hotel, with links to Stonehenge. All of our rooms are en suite and include tea- and coffee-making facilities, a hair dryer and TV. FREE Wi-Fi is now also available throughout the hotel. We are a Wetherspoon Lloyds No 1 pub and the bar plays music until 1am Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. As we are a City Centre location we cannot guarantee that you will not hear some activity at night or early in the mornings. A limited selection of quiet rooms are available on request.

Sarum College Services Ltd - Sarum College Services Ltd, 19 The Close Salisbury SP1 2EE

Distance: 2.7 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £107.5 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Sarum College is an ecumenical centre for study and research in Southern England. Located in the Salisbury’s peaceful Cathedral Close – described by Bill Bryson as England’s “most beautiful space” – Sarum College is based in historic buildings a few yards from Salisbury's glorious medieval cathedral. Our Grade 1-listed buildings include a Victorian chapel, theological library and specialist bookshop. Accommodation includes five Wren Rooms (refurbished in 2007) with Cathedral views, two spacious Baker Suites with separate sitting rooms, as well as single, double and twin rooms. Visitors can expect friendly hospitality and home-cooked food served in our dining room. Guests are welcome to relax in the Common Room. Salisbury lies at the meeting point of five rivers in the heart of some of southern England’s most beautiful countryside. Sarum is just two minutes’ walk to the centre city, where there is a weekly market, Salisbury Playhouse, cinema, as well as many excellent restaurants and shops. Sarum is close to the rail station, about 15 minutes on foot or five by taxi. Stonehenge, the elegant city of Bath, the natural beauty of the New Forest and the sandy beaches of the south coast are all easy day trips from Salisbury.