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Golf course (within 3 km), Games room, Karaoke
Food & Drink
No internet access available.
Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Meeting/banquet facilities, Bridal suite
14:00 - 23:00 hours
10:30 - 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
Children's cots/cribs are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Situated in the heart of Wiltshire on the A303, Holiday Inn Salisbury-Stonehenge offers stylish accommodation and free parking and is the nearest hotel to Stonehenge.
Score from 347 reviews Very good
The Cathedral Hotel dates from the 18th-century and offers contemporary style and comfort within the heart of Salisbury city centre.
Score from 301 reviews Good
A 15-minute walk from Amesbury town centre and a 3-minute drive to Stonehenge, Mandalay was built in 1930 and offers free Wi-Fi and homely bedrooms with en suite facilities.
Score from 231 reviews Superb
Established in 1740, this historical coaching inn features individually designed, stylish rooms, real ales, and fresh, local cuisine.
Score from 569 reviews Very good
Ideal for visiting Stone Henge and Salisbury Cathedral. Homely Pub with real ale.
The Stairs and a bit too dark in the bar.
Good value for money.
Convenient to Stonehenge
The whole place was pretty shabby abd appeared to be over-priced for what was on offer. Staff were indifferent and food was not very good with few choices. Room was pokey and floor very uneven and sloping
Lovely food, friendly staff.
Noise from people leaving pubs were very noisy, couldn't sleep for ages.
Friendly staff and residents
Pleasant overnight stop, very handy if visiting Stonehenge or Salisbury. Straightforward, no-nonsense sort of place, but with a bit of history and character. Weren't there long enough to make a full assessment, but it served our purposes very well.
Late arrivals may find it difficult to get a space in the car park - we stayed on a Tuesday night out of season and struggled to find a space.
The room was huge with a massive, very comfortable four poster bed and big bathroom Nice pub
Staff weren't particularly friendly or welcoming As it was a warm night had to sleep with the windows open. There was a lot of street noise that continued on and off until the wee hours.
Extremely noisy. Room stuffy. Breakfast poor.
Dirty bedding Damp room
I liked the fact that when I had a problem relating to the business I'd gone to deal with, the staff bent over backwards to be of assistance. Room was clean and the bed was comfortable.
Not a huge problem - just would have preferred a shower separate from the bath.
The George could not be placed more central to Amesbury , if it tried .and as such makes it a ideal base for touring the local area with all its attractions . though didn't have my car this time , there is plenty of parking space. The breakfast was again adequate but see dislikes for further comments on this occasion had evening meal in the bar , and from the carvery .price wise reasonable , standard of meal; , had better , had worse . depends how high you set your sights . have on a previous occasion had a meal in the resturant . , again thought ample , not the greatest meal I've ever had . so briefly will sya , if you don't set your sights to high and are easily pleased , this is an ideal spot to stay .In my youth , when I lived close to Amesbury, thev George was the place to stay . If you stayed there , you were someone , the rich and the famous . sadly those days have gone , and if it wasn't for the local tourist attractions , I suspect the George would have joined them .For a 1 or 2 night stop over as I say ..... just adequate... if planning longer........!!!!
Sadly the place is showing its age .I must admit I didn't look for one , but did not see a lift. on arrival mid to late afternoon , had to wait at least 5 minutes while they had to look for someone to book me in . room had been reserved over the phone previous day . not a good start . again seeing the time of day , it was strange to see dirty bed linen piled in the corridor to my bedroom . My room was clean and tidy .. Room only had sash windows , and not double glazed , was concerned about nigfht noise , being on a main road through town but luckily all was quiet , but the I might of just picked a good night .though breakfast was ample and sevice reasonably quick , not the most appetizing of rooms . if there for a romantic week-end , could of put a dampener on it . but then guess you get what you pay for . It is sad in a way . guess the George , because of its age could be listed , thus modernisation a problem. .
Very nice building. Rooms are in old style, clean and with wifi. There's a hotel private parking area. Breakfast is good.
Kitchen closed a little bit too early (9pm) and was not possible to have dinner in the restaurant of the hotel.
Great location. Food was excellent and it was curry night !! Service was good. WiFi was a good speed. Staff were great and helpful. Easy car parking, lots of space.
Bed was a little lumpy, but OK.
Noise from bar we stayed in bridal suite, if this was a bridal suite I would be very upset the only special thing about the room was the bed and that was dirty
Good staff and warm atmosphere
Food was average at best
Meals were very good as were the staff. Price right at under £50 for single room.
Mattress springs were very squeaky, ended up sleeping on floor. Décor in need of refreshing/refurbing. Hot tap continuously running, be it only just, should have been noted by staff. Fix these points and would recommend.
For hotel 500 yrs old don't expect perfection, that just adds to the charm. Clean and comfortable. Staff were great.
The bar staff were very polite and helpful. The age of the building and how well it had been maintained.
The food was very much pub food and not restaurant quality as described. Some body was using our room to smoke out of the window, which made the room smell and there was ash under the window.
The location was very convenient and the staff quite friendly.
Room a bit cramped, bathroom far from 'luxury en-suite' advertised.
Location and car park
Chest of drawers that the front fell off of, could have broken bones in feet. Cobwebs over face as walk into room.
Good location, especially for Stonehenge. Ample parking and pub food/drink was ok along with ambience.
Water pressure in shower very poor, room could do with redecorating/updating. Breakfast in morning was terrible, I don't know how you can ruin a sausage, but they managed to do so - we left our breakfast in favour of a local bakery.
We found a couple of the bar staff rude!
staying in a historic hotel, friendly staff, food and service excellent, good parking in back
room comfortable staff at breakfast very helpful
carvery was only ok
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