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Milford Hill, Salisbury, SP1 2QW, United Kingdom – Show map
|Quadruple Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Dormitory Room with Shared Bathroom (6 Adults)|
|Bunk Bed in Female Dormitory Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Twin Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Bunk Bed in Male Dormitory Room with Shared Bathroom|
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WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed lunches, Laundry
Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
14:00 - 22:30 hours
07:00 - 10:00 hours
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the conditions of your required room.
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking for more than 16 persons, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Established in 1740, this historical coaching inn features individually designed, stylish rooms, real ales, and fresh, local cuisine.
Score from 571 reviews Very good
Set in the cathedral city of Salisbury, City Lodge is a 15th-century merchant house, which provides comfortable accommodation less than 5 minutes' walk from the city centre.
Score from 612 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 313 reviews Good
Around 3 miles from Salisbury, Hillside B&B in Odstock offers attractive rooms and a self-contained Scandinavian cabin. This Wiltshire bed and breakfast provides free parking and Wi-Fi.
Score from 144 reviews Very good
The location was excellent, the staff were lovely and the breakfast was good.
We slept in the Annex and the bed was too short for me ( I am only 5 Foot 5) so despite the good bedding and mattress I had an uncomfortable night.
Location, the building, friendly staff, the self-catering facilities.
The dripping tape in the room
Cheap night stay
20 ppl in one room
This place was not very accommodating to people who weren't members of the yha. Was the first hostel I went to that didn't have some form of wifi and I wouldn't of minding paying for it except you could only get it in 1 room. Also the whole make your own bed thing was kinda funny to me. But at least you know it was clean.
Great location and with Google maps easy to find. Walking distance into the town only 5 minutes. The house is really lovely and the staff officious but helpful.
The interior could do with a lot of TLC and the plants need watering ;-)
Great location, easy to acces the city.
The room was tiny, 4 of us in a small room with 2 tiny bunk bed
An unexpectedly peaceful location, this old house set in a large garden surrounded by trees is within easy walking distance of the Cathedral and city centre. Good cafeteria and cook-it-yourself kitchen facilities.
Such a beautiful house deserves to be better maintained. Dormitories are cramped and threadbare, and double decker bunks creaky when the other occupant rolls over. Racks (perhaps 3 tiers high) for suitcases etc would help solve the floorspace problem.. it was difficult picking my way across to my bunk through 8 backpacks abandoned on the floor, particularly in the dark. Shared m/f bathrooms not ideal, but toilets would benefit from a hook for towels and a mesh holder for washing bags etc on the back of each cubicle door.. cheap to provide and much more hygienic than having to use the floor or toilet cistern.
Location-convenient for me to familiarise myself with Salisbury.
Changing dormitories, sharing rooms with strangers who got up at all hours or coughed throughout the night.
Overpriced for quality of room
We slept well and the place was as clean as possible in the circumstances.
Rather unloved looking place, and a bit gloomy in the overgrown garden. We've paid much less for much better.
Short walk to main street lovely old building in need of a little TLC. laundry and cooking facilities.
kitchen was good
layout and privacy of rooms could easily be better
The huge tree in the front. Good base to visit Stonehenge.
No free wifi access.
The location and staff were fantastic.
The building is old and needs an upgrade.
I like the environment of the hostel and the working staff who is very kind and helpful.
It should be set up a power interface to charge the phone.
I was given blood soiled sheets/bedding. When I told the manager he accused me of not picking the phone and calling after midnight..........lol sad case.
Location is ok and the price is the lowest comparing to other hostels and inns in the city. If all you need is simply a place to crash during the night, it is worth it.
Bunk beds were horribly noisy, the bedroom locker was problematic and people had to knock on the door at 3 am, and 4 am.. They charge for Wi-Fi! A 5 pound rate for 24 h is incredibly expensive. In 2014 there is no excuse to charge guests for Wi-Fi.
The garden and peaceful atmosphere
The main building has character. Staff helpful.
Poor condition of facilities in the Lodge. The room smelled of dirty socks. Furnishings and bedding ok, but plumbing poor - sinks, toilets, and showers old and worn. Couldn't park a large van.
Bunk bed. My age and the fact it was a drunken reunion made it a dangerous combination, trying to get out of an upper bunk! Nothing else to dislike!
It was a convenient location for our purpose. We had an organised welcome and the bar was a welcome sight! Breakfast was good.
We stayed in the lodge, outside of main house-it all looked a bit tired, needed some tlc. With a drink in hand we thought we would use the tv room in main house......it was nothing more than a damp dark smelly cellar and NO tv! We sat outside! Communial showers was also slightly off putting with a 12 year old.
Streets from the centre of Salisbury Comfortable bed Large common area and kitchen/dining area
Charge for wifi £22 for a bed a little on the expensive side for a dorm room
It was amazing experience to stay there! Very green and quite! I was staying alone in huge room for several people so I could enjoy the view, the silence...
Great location and communal kitchen. Good - and cheaper - for campers.
Run down facilities; low value for money, especially for families.
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