Ratings based on 93 Verified Reviews
4.1 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Australian
Central to townshipPosted Apr 6, 2017
The staff were friendly and welcoming , the breakfast nice and its situated a pleasant 10 minute walk to all the amenities of the lovely township. I will happily book there again.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from US
Comfortable lodging and friendly staffPosted Oct 29, 2016
Location: Easy walk to the cathedral and restaurants. The manager provided a great map with suggestions for walking around. Short drive to Stonehenge.
The room was very comfortable and family friendly. We expected to arrive after the normal check in hours and they happily provided a late check in.
by A verified traveler
Excellent wifi and great servicePosted Oct 16, 2016 on Hotels
Lovely place, I was welcomed by a lovely person who went out of his way to help me. The room was lovely and the wifi was fantastic in the room. Breakfast had a great selection and on time. I would highly recommend this hotel
by A verified traveler
Convenient and clean hotelPosted Oct 12, 2016 on Hotels
Very friendly proprietaries, my bed was uncomfortable,but they changed the mattress, very helpful
Posted Jul 18, 2016 on Hotels
Surprised to see this was a prayer facility. Lots of religious stuff around - was not advertised as that on hotel.com (should be a bit more clear). As a humanist I would NOT of booked this place. Breakfast was bland.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Dorset
A Very Friendly B&BPosted May 27, 2016
Pros: The peace of the Hotel, the safety and the kindness and friendliness of the Staff.
Cons: Bed mattress in Room 8 and given a choice whether the person would want to be on the floor where the showers are.
Location: The Hotel is pretty central to Salisbury but can be a bit confusing if you want to go to City Hall so I would advise a person to drive there.
On arriving at the Hotel I found the Hotel Staff to be friendly and helpful. The location of the Hotel is a little deceiving as it is in a built up area but once through the gates it is very quiet and very safe. There is security to protect your care and the Hotel with a coded gate. The breakfast was lovely and nothing was too much trouble for the staff. I loved the peace within the Hotel and the relaxed feeling. I was in room 8 and although I appreciate it had been an old building the floor boards do make a loud cracking noise especially in the toilet area. Sadly the showers were on another floor but even all this was bearable. The only criticisim I would make is that one of the bed's in room 8 badly needs a new mattress as the springs are pronouced and can be uncomfortable. Despite all this I would recommend this Hotel.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Toronto
A small friendly hotel 10 mins. walk to downtown.Posted May 24, 2016
Pros: Friendliness of the staff and a very good English breakfast.
Cons: I developed hay fever and if tissues were available in the room it would have been helful.
Location: Salisbury is a beautiful town. The Cathedral, Close and downtown are all well worth visiting. There are bus tours to Stonehenge.
We took the train from Southampton to Salisbury following a transatlantic crui We don't drive and took a taxi from the train station. Although elderly, we found it an easy walk to the Cathedral, market place and shops. w
by Eric from Bangkok
Very disappointedPosted Apr 30, 2016 on Hotels
So many negatives about this property. The ensuite room which we had booked and paid for was apparently not available. We were led to believe that all room had shared bathrooms - not true we discovered near the end of our stay. The shared bathrooms are unhygienic with prior guest leaving their dirty towels and used toiletries behind for the following guest to remove in order to use the facility. In-room WiFi was offered at 3 pounds per day but we were not told about the free service in the public areas. Breakfast was terrible: bacon like leather, tasteless tomato and mushrooms, poached egg like a rock. Room was musty and if the window was opened to admit some fresh air it was too cold. Although promoted as a guesthouse, this property is actually a prayer house and the latter is the focus of attention. This should be highlighted in any listing of the property on booking sites. Parking is tight and jammed up whenever the regular prayer meetings are held. These take place in the lounge provided for in-house guests who need to move out unless they choose to participate. I could go on. We will never recommend this property to anyone. Don't consider booking it.
by A verified traveler from manchester
Cosy b&bPosted Feb 29, 2016
Friendly staff and very welcoming. Breakfast not great, could hear a lot of pinging from the microwave
by Kevin G
Posted Jan 15, 2016 on Hotels
our lads refused to stay any longer than 1 night, should have stayed 3.