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Golf course (within 3 km), Games room, Karaoke
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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 historic Amesbury, this beautiful Georgian town house is just 2 miles from Stonehenge.
Score from 189 reviews Fabulous
One of the closest inns to the World Heritage Site of Stonehenge, the Stonehenge Inn & Carvery offers a restaurant and a garden.
Score from 143 reviews Good
The Cathedral Hotel dates from the 18th-century and offers contemporary style and comfort within the heart of Salisbury city centre.
Score from 309 reviews Good
Established in 1740, this historical coaching inn features individually designed, stylish rooms, real ales, and fresh, local cuisine.
Score from 575 reviews Very good
Food and beer and log fire
Hairs in the beds, shower was broken.
location spot on within walking distance of wedding. Room very large and spotlessly clean. Staff most helpful and cheerful.
I have bad back and didn't find bed comfortable for me. Told owner and this was being checked as we left.
We were made very welcome and enjoyed our stay.
Overall stay was good, food was good. Room was quirky and everything you would expect from an hotel of its age.
The door in our room which if opened would lead you into next door and vice versa.
Staff were very helpful and polite.Convenient to A303.
Hotel is old and tired looking.Corridors on top floor like something out of an old hammer film and stairs are dangerous.Old mattresses thrown into stair lobby which were filthy.Overall seems good staff fighting a loosing battle.
The room (no 1) was clean and pleasant. Good size. Breakfast was plentiful, staff were helpful. Pub meal was very good value, and enjoyable.
Sign outside window which made a groaning noise all night. Also lots of noise from people leaving the pub including a fight. Double room but only one chair, this is a common issue.
Fairly loud Rap-style music from speakers in Lounge Bar.
Staff was very friendly and helpful, location great
The room wasn't clean , dirty cups spoons, glasses full of limescale , we could hear the neighbours"little private party"
Upgrade of room pre arrival..right decision. Comfort of room. On site parking. Convenient for town,
Cold room . Cobwebs on walls and ceilings. Small en-suite, chipped enamel bath. Noisy until 12 midnight as window not double glazed. Self service breakfast except for full English, which was basic.
friendly old pub
thick dust around lights . Room 21
Comfy bed Clean room Good location Tasty breakfast
Friendly staff and right on the path to Stonehenge - just a 45 min. walk away (at a pace with small children). I'm so happy that we decided tostay in Amesbury opposed to the bustle of Salisbury.
The location of the hotel is very convenient for Stonehenge and Salisbury (Plain). A lovely listed building which has all the charm that one would expect. Staff were friendly and helpful, room was comfortable and clean and breakfast was good. We upgraded to the "Bridal Suite" for a nominal sum and thought it well worth the extra cost.
The only complaint we had was the noise from revellers between the hours of 11pm and 2 am! The room is at the front of the hotel and every noise is heard! On both nights the police were in attendance to calm down arguments, extremely foul language and noisy behaviour. Whilst the management are not to blame in total perhaps more could have been done to move the antagonists away from the hotel? We realise that this is the "festive" season but found this unacceptable. Should we return we shall definitely be requesting a room at the rear of the hotel.
Location was terrific and the hospitality was amazing. Lovely staff. Thanks for the breakfast rolls to see us on our way at 6am, before breakfast service actually started
The floors in this place were so unbelievably sloping that it was almost comical the way nothing stayed on a table top! Bathroom door stuck to the floor because of the slope - but all adds to the character. It was also pretty noisy - pub noise was expected but i could hear the TVs from both rooms either side of me, so sleeping was tough. My bed was also seriously sloping and felt so weird/lopsided to sleep
We were there for the Winter Solstice at Stonehenge and the hotel went out of their way to serve an early breakfast to accommodate us (and several other residents). VERY cheerful and helpful waitress at that time of day!!
Nothing - it was great for £64 B&B!
Lovely establishment, large rooms with bags of character and very comfortable. Thank you for looking after me after having a beer too many. Free parking and plenty of it always is a good facility.
A trek to the cramped room, uneven floors, poor state of bed. Snotty poached eggs and deep fried bacon. Disappointing.
Eccentric geometry of the place, like being in a fairground attraction - sloping floors and crooked staircases!
Look and location of building, staff and breakfast were very good. Aviation museum was excellent. .
Room was a bit tired and could do with little TLC
Location was good. Staff were friendly. The bedroom was quiet.
It was a cold night and the room was very cold although the radiators were on. The shower /bath lotion was in sachets which had to be cut open with scissors. There was no seat in the bathroom & v little shelf space.
Location to Stonehenge brilliant and to Longleat Safari park ... Evening meals fantastic lovely staff and pub
noise from indian takeaway
Superb breakfast - Lyn went to a lot of trouble to provide Gluten-Free bread and check labels for all other aspects of my dietary requirements. Very comfortable room with large bathroom. Excellent price. I would not hestate to recommend Stewart and Lyn as hosts.
No fridge in the room to keep items we are travelling with (although I am sure they would have stored them in the kitchen if we had asked).
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