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Archett & Garne Delicatessen
Archett & Garne Delicatessen
Archett & Garne prides itself on using local, fresh produce which in turn produces good food and they also have great coffee!
Doorsteps Sandwich Shop
Doorsteps Sandwich Shop
The real sandwich shop - thick-cut, freshly made sandwiches using the best local ingredients. They deliver within Salisbury city centre and also caters for business lunches.
The York Roast Co
The York Roast Co
The York Roast Co. serve roasted carved sandwiches, Yorkshire Pudding meals, fresh ground coffee, Yorkshire tea and much more. You can eat in or take away.
Cholderton Charlie's is a Rare Breed Survival Trust (RBST) registered Rare Breeds Farm. You can feed the animals, cuddle them, walk and pet them. The farm offers a great fun-filled family day out and is suitable for all ages and is fantastic value. There is an indoor Playbarn and outdoor play...
Bird & Carter Farm Shop is all about personal and friendly service and good food. The Farm Shop was opened in 2011 after having successfully run a deli a Salisbury since 2006. The experienced gained while running the deli helped make this farm shop, cafe and catering business a success. The...
Pritchett's The Butcher is a family run business that has been going for over 100 years hence earning the reputation of "a local name you can trust". They only serve the best quality meat sourcing meat from local suppliers such as beef from Salisbury Water Meadows, Gloscesetr Old Spot pork from...
Sprinkles Gelato
Sprinkles Gelato
Sprinkles is becoming the most popular dessert parlour in the south of England and at Sprinkles their aim is simple - to offer the best, high quality gelato, made fresh on a daily basis, using Italian recipes. They source highest quality ingredients and their gelatists spend a lot of time making...
The Cross Keys Restaurant
The Cross Keys Restaurant
Great food and drink with an impressive range of milkshakes. This fantastic Tudor building offers a warm welcome and friendly service with inglenook fireplace and beams. A must stop for the tired shopper, come in for a sandwich, panini or just a coffee. 
A family run firm Shipseys have been established for over 90 years. They hire out marquees of varying shapes and sizes, tableware, furniture, catering equipment and linen. They are also a fully licensed caterer so can set up a bar for your event with your choice of wines, beers and spirits. Glasses...
Old George Mall
Old George Mall
Based in the centre of one of the most historic and beautiful cities the Old George Mall is a modern shopping centre offering a comfortable and exciting shopping experience. It is close to the historic landmarks in Salisbury so why not pop in for some retail therapy next time you are visiting or...
A friendly local in Laverstock. They sell a range of ales, beers and ciders as well as stocking a wide range of wines. The main menu consists of starters and light bites and main courses. The lunch menu has a range of sandwiches for a quick bite, toasted sandwiches, a Wiltshire Ploughmans and...
Culture Coffee
Culture Coffee
Coffee Culture are an independent coffee house in the centre of Salisbury offering perfectly crafted coffees and a great selection of freshly-made food - from sandwiches to pastries, cakes and waffles, all made daily. A great place to sit, relax and...
Goodfayre
Goodfayre
Goodfayre is an ethical store selling everything from food, drink, gifts and products for the home. Every item in the store has a story to tell and a journey it has taken. Customers can try before they buy and also meet the producers of the products. They aim to inspire change by encouraging people...
The Cathedral Hotel
The Cathedral Hotel
Located in the heart of Salisbury the hotel is within a short walking distance of the Cathedral, shops, restaurants and other attractions. The hotel is also within a 15 to 20 minute drive of Stonehenge and the open countryside of Wiltshire with its historical houses, gardens and walks.
Fisherton Mill
Fisherton Mill
Visit, browse and perhaps buy at the some amazing artwork in the largest independent art gallery in the South West. The collection is changed regularly and incorporates leading artists, sculptors and furniture makers from across the UK. Discover a selection of beautiful handmade cards and...
The Cat Tavern
The Cat Tavern
Real ale pub with good atmosphere, jukebox. Bare boarded floor Local real ales and a cider.
The Queens Arms
The Queens Arms
Just one of the many great pubs in the city of Salisbury which is enjoyed by locals and visitors alike with split level bars. The original building was occupied by the Dean of Salisbury while the Cathedral was being built. The Queens Arms claims to have the longest continuous licence in Salisbury....
The Salisbury Museum houses collections that show the history and archaeology of Salisbury itself and south Wiltshire from prehistoric through to the present time. As you would expect the Museum has many artefacts from Stonehenge and its surrounding areas but also has exhibits that show the...
Milford Hall Hotel
Milford Hall Hotel
The hotel is located very conveniently to the city centre, just a few minutes walk from the main market square, shops, museums and other amenities. The house dates back to the 1800’s and was owned by a prosperous Alderman of Salisbury.
The Pembroke Arms
The Pembroke Arms
The Pembroke Arms dates from the 1700s and was built to house the overflow of visitors to Wilton House from the time of the 10th Countess of Pembroke Elizabeth Spencer who was an ancestor of Princess Diana. During World War II Wilton House was used by the army as Headquarters of Southern Command...