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City Lodge
Occupying a 15th Century Merchant House City Lodge has 25 en suite bedrooms all with a bath and power shower. The rooms also have flat screen digital TVs with freeview and free wi-fi access. Unfortunately we don’t offer breakfast, lunch or dinner but as the hotel is very central to the city centre...
Jones and Co
Operating in Salisbury for over 45 years, this kitchen, bedroom and bathroom supplier and fitter is now located in 5500 square foot premises on Rollestone Street.

The independent showroom has over 60 displays of kitchens and bathrooms. They can guide you through the selection and...
Patisserie Valerie
Patisserie Valerie Cafés are a haven for self- indulgence in the most exquisite cakes and patisseries you will ever feast your eyes upon! All our delicious hand-made cakes, gateaux and patisseries are a taste sensation using traditional recipes and authentic methods achieving an...
Wetherspoon - The King's Head Inn
This Wetherspoon hotel has been occupied by an inn since at least the 15th century. We have 33 individual bedrooms that each have an en suite and include tea and coffee-making facilities, a hair dryer and TV.

FREE Wi-Fi is also available throughout the hotel and bar.

Wilton Flooring
Wilton has been known for its carpets for over 300 years and in the early 18th century two Flemish Huguenot weavers were brought over to help improve the skill of the local weavers. In 1744 the patent was registered for the Wilton loom which worked alongside the Axminster looms which were brought...
The Grovely Riding Centre was started by a military man named Nobby Clarke after World War II. During his time in the arrmy he gained a large amount of knowledge about the care of horses. It remained in the Clarke family under the guidance of his daughter Mick Clarke until she sold the business to...
The YHA Salisbury is located in a listed building, ideally located to explore the medieval city of Salisbury and is a short distance from Stonehenge. There are dorm rooms and private rooms, an on-site restaurant that serves evening meals and free Wi-Fi is available in social areas....
Kindling and seasoned hardwood log suppliers for your woodburners or sawdust for your pet's bedding. Sarum Woodland Services is a family run business that has been going for over 25 years and has many regular customers throughout the local area. The wood is sourced from sustainable woodland and is...
Boscombe Down Aviation Collection was opened by the late Air Commodore Colin Cruickshanks on 1 April 1999 but was behind the "wire" until it moved to Old Sarum and was then opend to the public 1 July 2012. The collection comprises of aircraft, vehicles and artefacts associated historically with...
Centrally located Wiltshire College's Salisbury campus has a reputation for its arts courses with over 50 years experience teaching creative subjects. They also have a wide range of other courses such as construction, hair and beauty, business, sport, public service and motor vehicle engineering....
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