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Situated in the heart of Wiltshire on route A303, Holiday Inn Salisbury-Stonehenge offers stylish accommodations and free parking and is the nearest hotel to Stonehenge. The Menu is good, the food is very good the rooms are very good. All the staff are very helpful and friendly.
In the ancient town of Amesbury, this charming hotel is a 17th-century Listed coaching inn, with a picturesque garden. Stonehenge and Salisbury are close by. Everything! This is a lovely hotel with so much character. The garden is absolutely beautiful. The rooms are everything you could want - comfortable and clean. The staff are very friendly and couldn't have made us feel more welcome :-)
Situated in Amesbury, in scenic Wiltshire, George Hotel is a 5-minute drive from Stonehenge. The historic hotel was built in the 13th-century, and features a traditional restaurant and ale bar. LOVED everything about it! A true English country inn spilling the warm ambiance all the way out into the street the night I arrived; the warm and efficient welcome; the warm and cosy interior; cookies in the room along with tea cooker, iron and iron board; the sunlight into my room in the morning; a very good breakfast buffet; helpful and attentive staff for lending me an adapter, calling a taxi, and introducing me to the amazing long history of the place, listed on the wall. I was totally charmed! And of course perfect location close to Stonehenge.
2 Chambers Avenue, a property with a terrace, is located in Amesbury, 3.3 miles from Stonehenge. This self-catered vacation home features a garden, grill facilities, free WiFi and free private... Clean, comfortable, well equipped. Much better than the photos on the website (for example there are none of the garden, which was a very nice surprise!) Perfect sightseeing location, and a shop within 1 minutes walk
Located in Amesbury, 6 miles from Stonehenge, Stonehenge Hostel - YHA Affliated has accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a shared lounge. The staff where really helpful and friendly ( Nat ) and made us feel welcome, the location is ideal and lovely and quiet
Archer house is located in Amesbury. Located 3.5 miles from Stonehenge, the property has a garden and free private parking. House was warm and comfortable with all amenities. Close to shops and town centre. As I already know the area, finding places to visit was easy. Great stay, hope to go back there.
we came to visit stonehenge which was great fun. we ate our main meal and breakfast in the hotel restaurant. it was satisfactory but would not eat there again. we wanted pub grub and the menu was a bit too upmarket for us. the waitor poured my remaining drink from the bottle into my partners glass so he could clear it away but it was a different drink!! we dodnt get offered tea or coffee when we had breakfast which was included. we had to ask for it in the end. the quality of the breakfast wasnt great but it was ok. it was easy to access from stonehenge and the hotel was great otherwise so depending on price, we would definitely go back again and just eat somewhere else
The Holiday Inn Hotel is excellent and is situated on a typical food outlet / service area just off the main A303. My party of 12 were carrying out a large office relocation on a the same site so we did not travel anywhere to comment on, but all I will say is avoid the Toby Inn restaurant that is on the same site. AWFUL..........
The New Forest was one of the best places we went while staying in Stonehenge, the donkeys, horses and cows are fabulous to have kids see up close and personal. Bournemouth is not far away, about 45 min drive, lovely beach. On rainy days like we had one, we decided to drive to Ikea to Southampton, every place we visited wasn't disappointing so would highly recommend visiting. Lovely food at the Stonehenge INN, 5* food.
I visit my mum in Amesbury. I enjoy being here because it is a lovely little town. It is in fact stuck between Salisbury and Andover. So just jump on the Nr8 Bus and have a day out in Salisbury or Andover. Great.
Awful town. The whole place smelled strongly of goose dung, which was a surprise as I didn't see any geese. No decent place to have lunch or dinner save the George, unless Pizza Hut suffices. There's a weird massive gap between the two halves of the town, so if you expect to get from one address to another be prepared to drive - you won't want to walk it. There is (DESPITE ALL INDICATIONS!!) no direct way to Stonehenge except on foot, so if you're not inclined to walk two miles through nowhere you'll have to drive / bus to Salisbury first. I would not recommend staying in Amesbury to my least favourite ex-girlfriend.
Amesbury is small, neat and clean. It is very compact with lots of shops, restaurants, cafes and banks gathered together in two or three streets. It has a large number of pubs for its size! Best Italian meal I have ever had was in "Piazza" (Church Street), which I highly recommend.
The room was a very nice upper floor room on the front of the hotel. The room was very clean and bright. The beds were very comfortable, breakfast was great and the staff is so genuinely friendly and helpful. The hotel is located right in the middle of town so walking around was easy. Good restaurants and friendly pubs are within easy walking distance. Parking is located behind the hotel and convenient. I would easily stay here again.
Classic pub hotel with lots of character and charm. Very welcoming reception. Convenient parking lot behind building. Great full English breakfast in pleasant room. Decent pub menu for dinner. Popular with locals. Convenient location for visiting Stonehenge.
Hotel was great to use as a base to visit Stonehenge. We had early access tickets and Amesbury is closer to Stonehenge than Salisbury. Taxi was cheap at 4:30 am to Stonehenge. Wish we could have stayed longer.
Perfect location to visit #stonehenge. Very friendly (and talkative) staff, made to feel very welcome... Plus you are only a short bus ride to Amesbury.
The breakfast was good, atmosphere of the hotel felt homely