Things to see and do - Salisbury
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Salisbury : Michelin's recommendations
Mention cannot be made of Salisbury without reference to its cathedral, perhaps the most sublime in England. Equally charming is the medieval town itself, which retains its small-scale character and merits exploration, before venturing further afield into a surrounding landscape which is verdant, undulating and dotted with villages of cottages in flower-decked gardens. Also in the vicinity is the prehistoric site of Stonehenge, without question Britain’s most renowned ancient monument.
Tourist attractions Salisbury : Things to see and do
33 The Close GB - Salisbury SP1 2EJ
Built between 1220-1258, Salisbury Cathedral epitomises Early English architecture at its best and purest. Heightening of the tower and the construction of the 123 m-high spire were part of a second phase (1334-1380). The weight of the spire was such..
Park Wilton GB - Wilton SP2 0BJ
The first count of Pembroke, William Herbert, became owner in 1544 of the Benedictine convent of Wilton suppressed by Henry VIII, and built a house on the site. The following generations have left their mark here, with the help of Inigo Jones (1630),..
The Close GB - Salisbury SP1 2EL
Through a fine 18C wrought iron gateway and front door, above which stands the stone-carved coat of arms of Charles Mompesson (who built the house in 1701), is a well-furnished interior set against Baroque plasterwork with a masterly oak staircase bu..
206 Castle Street GB - Salisbury SP1 3TE
Prix Prices from : 69 £
Milford Hall is in the heart of this ancient city, just a short walk from the shopping area and cathedral, and is ideally located for visiting Stonehenge. Originally a Georgian mansion house, Milford Hall has been sympathetically extended and succes..
Town Path GB - Salisbury SP2 8EU
Prix Prices from : 60 £
Overlooking the River Naddar, The Old Mill offers magnificent views towards Salisbury Cathedral. Set in a 12th-century building, the hotel has free parking, free Wi-Fi and a traditional restaurant. The cosy bedrooms at The Old Mill and Restaurant ea..
7-9 Milford Street GB - Salisbury SP1 2AJ
Prix Prices from : 64 £
The Cathedral Hotel dates from the 18th-century and offers contemporary style and comfort within the heart of Salisbury city centre. It is just a few minutes’ walk from Salisbury's famous St Mary's Cathedral, shops, restaurants and local attractions...
Burcombe Ln GB - Burcombe Without SP2 0EJ
Charming 17C pub with open fire, low ceilings and oak beams. Seasonal à la carte and twice-daily changing specials offer satisfying portions of traditional dishes. Delightful riverside garden.
GB - Shrewton SP3 4HF
Fonthill Gifford GB - Tisbury SP3 6PX
Charming 18C inn offering something a little different, with a beamed dining room, a rustic bar and a lovely country house sitting room - where films are screened on Sundays. There's also a delightful terrace and garden with hammocks, a petanque pitc..
Teffont Evias GB - Teffont Magna SP3 5RJ
GB - Upper Woodford SP4 6NU
Light, airy pub on the banks of the River Avon; its garden an alfresco delight. Light bites lunch menu and classic à la carte; fresh, tasty dishes like homemade burger, fishcakes or pork belly are neatly presented on wood or slate.
Minster St GB - Wilton SP2 0BH
Relaxed pub with period features and an individual style; the cosy bar is filled with stag heads, display cases of fish and old coach lanterns. Tasty sharing boards in the bar. The main menu offers a wide-range of British dishes and classical pudding..