Salisbury Bed and Breakfasts B and B
B&Bs on the northern and eastern edges of the New Forest
Spire House B and B
Situated a few hundred metres from the Cathedral, this lovely B&B is ideal for those wishing to stay in town but with quick access to the New Forest (10 miles). Four beautiful contemporary rooms, some with four-poster beds.
Host: Mrs Lois Faulkner
PLACES OF INTEREST AROUND SALISBURY
Salisbury Cathedral is a beautiful
and historic medieval building, an international symbol of Christianity
and a world class heritage attraction. The Cathedral hosts regular classical, choral and contemporary concerts
featuring English and visiting International choirs, and the renowned
Organ Recital Series.
Stonehenge is the world's best known Megalithic monument. Built around 3100BC, the huge stone circle is a World Heritage Site. Stonehenge stands on Salisbury Plain, just 8 miles north of the city.
Wilton House is one of the Treasure Houses of England. The home of the Earl of Pembroke, this 460 year old building with its history, architecture, art treasures and 21 acres of gardens and parkland attracts visitors from all over the world.
Salisbury Racecourse - Set in the middle of picturesque Wiltshire countryside, within view of the Cathedral, the Racecourse hosts 14 thoroughbred flat race meetings in 2006, plus a raceday for Arabian horses.