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4 Milford Street, Salisbury, SP1 2AN, United Kingdom – Show map
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Golf course (within 3 km)
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the room, Restaurant (à la carte)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is possible on site (reservation is needed) and costs GBP 15 per day.
Room service, Packed lunches, 24-hour front desk, Express check-in/check-out, Luggage storage, Concierge service, Laundry, Dry cleaning, Ironing service, Shoeshine, Meeting/banquet facilities, Business centre, Fax/photocopying, Gift shop, VIP room facilities, Bridal suite
Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Lift, Heating, Non-smoking throughout, Designated smoking area
From 14:00 hours
Until 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 342 reviews
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The Cathedral Hotel dates from the 18th-century and offers contemporary style and comfort within the heart of Salisbury city centre.
Score from 305 reviews Good
Milford Hall is in the heart of this ancient city, just a short walk from the shopping area and cathedral, and is ideally located for visiting Stonehenge.
Score from 289 reviews Very good
This 13th-century coaching inn has stunning views across the River Avon to the Salisbury Cathedral. It has a bar, a restaurant, free Wi-Fi and Salisbury Railway Station is just 10 minutes away.
Score from 509 reviews Very good
Located in the city centre, this elegant, Georgian hotel with pillared entrance boasts modern rooms and private parking. Guests can find a restaurant, a lounge and a courtyard on site.
Score from 427 reviews Very good
The location was spot on for where we wanted to be. Room was a good size.
The attitude of one member of the reception staff. Was not a good ambassador for your hotel! The embarrassment of not having my dietary requests passed on to avoid this situation happening and then in a full restaurant having to explain it to the staff only to be told there was nothing on the menu suitable then to make it worse, having to wait over an hour while it was sorted for a meal I had already paid for. The room, for an upgraded one was not clean, had to clean off the chocolate cake before we could use the chairs and the carpet was badly stained. The net curtain was held up by a piece of telephone wire, not very successfully I must say. For our celebration weekend it was very disappointing.
The Room was grand and spacious, very comfortable except having two single beds pushed together instead of having one double bed. The staff were very polite and helpful. Interesting history for such an old building.
The location of the hotel. Reasonable price for breakfast and dinner. The room was large with TWO chairs and large double bed.
The location of the room at the front of the hotel, though forewarned from reviews, was noisy I was prepared. Not a lot you can do if booking through Booking.com Booked because of value.
Loved the feeling of going back in time. The hotel lobby is a great place to eat by the fireplace. The staff is friendly. The hotel location is excellent.
The Wi-Fi is undependable. There is no lift.
I stay at the Red Lion whenever I'm in Salisbury. I love the location, the look and history of the place, the incomprehensible floor plan, and the 1220 Bar, which serves good food.
Some of the mattresses are merely lumpy while others are badly sagging. Breakfast in the restaurant is overpriced unless you eat a big breakfast: you pay either £10.95 for the continental buffet or £12.95 for a "full English breakfast". You're charged the full price for the buffet no matter how little you eat and the full price for the English breakfast if you order anything that has to be cooked, even if it's just a boiled egg. Fortunately there are multiple places to get a light breakfast nearby.
Excellent position in lovely city. Beautiful old coaching inn loads of character. Large well appointed comfortable rooms
Reception area and other public areas need updating. Not particularly welcoming.
The character of this very old property is lovely. Very comfortable room, great breakfast, wish I could have stayed longer. Thoroughly recommend
Spacious room and very comfortable bed.
Faced out onto busy road, with old-style sash windows, so a little noisy (but not too bad - ear plugs helped).
Staff were generally very helpful.
There was nowhere to put a suitcase for unpacking in our room. This was reported on our first day, but nothing was done about it. The bar stops taking cash from residents earlier than seems convenient.
Mould in the bathroom with cracked tiles coming off the wall. Very noisy at night with people shouting in the street until 04.00 am. Parking was very limited and expensive. Unable to eat in the restaurant and bar snacks were very poor.
Location very good
Dripping shower held together with gaffer tape Dated rooms need refurb Reception staff not that helpful after an issue was highlighted and wouldn't offer different room
Excellent hotel, excellent service, very nice room, very good breakfast. We really enjoyed our stay.
This is a such a charming hotel in a great location. We enjoyed Matt at the bar so much we came to talk to him and have our meals every night! Jenny behind the front desk was so fun and helpful! The rooms were charming! We loved this hotel!
Matt and Carly made my stay enjoyable.
The first couple of days I was in a room with poor Internet connection.
Comfortable room, but sleep was denied us on both evenings due to police activity at the adjacent hotel (The Cathedral Hotel) On the second evening the place was closed at 03.30 hours. Our advice to potential visitors Try somewhere else.
a) 34 narrow tread stairs and no porter available. b) surly staff and no where near enough of them. c) reception staff lost a very important tel message admitting it's loss. d) we settled the account on the evening prior to leaving in order to save time next morning. We were kept 30 minutes while account was checked and even then had to leave because of a special appointment in London. We were told that we were £30 in credit and that we would be contacted by telephone later that day or at the latest, the next day. We have heard nothing. d) we e mailed the general manager but have no reply from him.
Lovely old coaching inn. Very friendly. Excellent breakfast.....food in the evening good too. Very central. Good housekeeping.
Internet in the room was non-existent.......strong in the public rooms.
Good location, fair prices, lovely rooms
No good for families with young children, No lifts, reception staff need more training, poor parking, restaurant staff very uptight.
Comfy large bed
TV didn't work Lack of staff interest Like trying to sleep on the terraces at Old Trafford with noise from night club opposite room until after 4am
The courtyard was absolutely charming, and the central location was perfect for exploring. We were able to eat in three 14th century locations!
The one way system in Salisbury is daunting, and the hotel has only a tiny car park. However the benefits of the location far outweighed those.
Comfortable room with an excellent bathroom, good dinner and breakfast. Central location but quiet.
Bar area cold and lacking in atmosphere, unlike the rest of the hotel which is full of character. We went there by train as parking is dreadfully expensive.
Clean and Romantic location Medival style and comfy bed
Having to do my own toast No sandwiches on 24hour room service
Jennifer was the manager. she was very professional and kind
I was not advised about the breakfast and thought it is not included while after checking out other friends asked me why I did not go to the breakfast in the mornings! I was so disappointed as when I booked it seemed that I have to pay separately for the breakfast. but my friends who paid the same money said that it was included and they had it.... a pitty....but the rest was wonderful
The location was excellent, right in the middle of town. As we walked in there was a beautiful coutryard and the reception had some wonderful features liek the skull grandfather clock.
Unfortunately, like the room, the skull clock needed a refurb. The deor was very dated and the wallpaper was coming off in places. The bathroom was especially poor, with tiles coming off from the wall, a yellowing plastic shower and towels that looked like they had some miles on them.
location helpful staff
wi-fi poor room too hot at night coffee at breakfast weak car park too small and guests charged for use it's an old building I know but it is gloomy and decoration/fittings are dated
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