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Golf course (within 3 km), Games room, Karaoke
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No internet access available.
Free! 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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The Cathedral Hotel dates from the 18th-century and offers contemporary style and comfort within the heart of Salisbury city centre.
Score from 294 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 229 reviews Superb
Situated in Cholderton, in scenic Wiltshire, Parkhouse Motel is a 10-minute drive from Stonehenge.
Score from 220 reviews Very good
Qudos is a newly refurbished Victorian hotel in Salisbury city centre, just a 5-minute walk from Salisbury Cathedral. It offers spacious rooms with en suite bathrooms, satellite TVs and free Wi-Fi.
Score from 336 reviews Good
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.
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
A bit pricey as the hotel was a little tired. But it was comfortable, roomy, friendly staff, clean. The location is excellent, just 4 miles from Stonehenge & 20 minutes drive from Longleat Safari Park. Amesbury is a pretty village with plenty of shops, pubs & eateries. Good walking area & has lots of history.
The hotel is situated opposite a noisy pub, so it wasnt quiet until after 11pm.
At last, a place where tall people can have a deep, long, relaxing bath, thus ensuring quality sleep. The beds are comfortable. The atmosphere of this old inn, with its ancient charter, and tiny museum make it worth a visit in its own right.
The food is homely, filling, traditional English cooking. Don't expect croissants or haut cuisine. It isn't great, but a damn sight better than Exeter Services. They do know what a balanced diet is, and provide ample vegetables. I would like more fruit.
Daily clean towels. Generous with beverage makers/biscuits and shower/shampoo products.
Attitude of gentleman on reception on our arrival, rather offhand and distant.
Good value, spacious, comfortable, big bath, a good breakfast included, lovely and quiet, a resturant and bar, reasonable price and a good spot for touring area.
A better quality sausage would be better
lovely old fashioned property, with all the charm. food was quick and hot.
bed was far too hard so we slept little, there must also have been some sort of function going on as music playing and voices were very loud till quite late. bath was chipped.
The breakfast was very poor and the service was not what I expected the coffee machine in the dining room was filthy. We had to knock on the kitchen door to be served
Due to excessive public noise by drunken people till 2.30am my visit was somewhat spoilt, hotel is nice beds good just don't go on a Friday if you need sleep
Place was situated in good position very handy for where we were going which was 3 miles away.
Food could be a lot better also lack of decent restaurants in Amesbury
A bit run down and tired but the linen was clean. Breakfast was good but again let down by cleanliness and attention to detail. Dirty saucers and fruit past it's best. I am not too fussy but noticed it.
The staff was very kind and let me borrow the phone to call the car rental company. The hotel history was interesting and it was very accessible from the highway.
Food was not good carvary look like been out all day Breakfast you could taste the cooking oil All in all not to good
The location Beautiful old building Good beds.
There is a backside to beautiful old building. A bit too quirky perhaps and with a funny smell.
Everything was great really enjoyed our stay in the four poster room , the room was lovely with wooden beams and the decoration suited the old room . The staff were great nothing to complain about.
The location was perfect for my needs as the function i was attending was in Amesbury.
The corridor outside of my room smelt damp
Toilet was brown, heavy limescale in kettle - all needed a general thorough clean and redecorate!
A very tired hotel. Breakfast was simply awful.
Comfy Bed Friendly Staff
Dark hallways, creaky floors old fashioned furnishings
What history! Once site of a pilgrim's hostel dating to 900, served as an hq during the Civil War for Fairfax, visited by Ralph Waldo Emerson and of course, there's a rather famous henge nearby. The hotel is really neat, dark and atmospheric in the pub - I swear I saw Dickens' ghost off in the corner penning some notes. It was clean and the staff friendly.The food was good, the beer better. Our room was quite grand and the price decent - particularly compared to what was available in Salisbury. Apart from the noise levels at 2am from the disco nearby, I would recommend it - advisedly.
Part of the Hotel is - apparently - a disco; disco being of course the ancient Aramaic phrase for "place where obnoxiously loud dorks incapable of any speech below Rammstein concert level decibels congregate." Curiously, their noise actually carries...quite some distance as it turns out and has a fascinating capacity for penetrating walls. Be ye warned! Yes, we were there on a Friday night so...c'est la vie.
Location, friendly staff
To loud, but it was Friday night
It's proximity to Stonehenge. The staff. The space in the family room.
The adjoining pub who had revellers making lots of noise until 1.30pm.
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