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), conceived largely by Elias of De..
Park Wilton GB - Wilton SP2 0BJ
In 1544, the first Count of Pembroke, William Herbert, had a residence built on the site of the Benedictine convent of Wilton, victim of Henry VIII's Dissolution. Following generations have left their mark here, calling in Inigo Jones, John Webb and ..
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 : 90 £
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..
Milford Street GB - Salisbury SP1 2AP
Prix Prices from : 40 £
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. City Lodge has a 24-hour reception and en suite bedrooms. 8 of the rooms ar..
Town Path GB - Salisbury SP2 8EU
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..
60 Fisherton St GB - Salisbury SP2 7RB
A smart Indian restaurant that's a little different, with colour-changing lights and interesting water features. Originality is also expressed in the extensive menu: expect dishes like spiced crushed scallops or duck jaalsha.
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.
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.
GB - Shrewton SP3 4HF
Forest Edge Rd GB - Nomansland SP5 2BN
This bright, modern restaurant overlooks the common and is enthusiastically run by a welcoming Frenchman. The well-balanced menu features unfussy, classic Gallic dishes and the superb wine selection lists over 3,000 bins!