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The Pembroke Arms

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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 and The Pembroke Arms hotel was taken over for the officer's mess.

The accommodation comprises of 9 furnished rooms which offer a chic and quirky yet comfortable place to stay. There are 2 small double rooms, 2 standard double rooms, 3 rooms with king-size beds, 1 twin room and 1 family room with two double beds. All rooms have full down duvets and pillows, luxury bath products and fluffy towels. There is a flat screen TV and music docking system creating a home away from home. There is also free Wi-Fi thoughout the hotel.


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The Pembroke Arms
Minster Street,
Wilton,
Salisbury,
Wiltshire,
UK
SP2 0BH

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Telephone:
01722 743328

The Pembroke Arms  enquiries@pembrokearms.co.uk  

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