Legacy Rose & Crown Hotel

Love antiques? Love quirky old buildings with wonky floors and beamed ceilings? Whatever your style, you will find plenty of buildings in and around our city that just ooze history, what’s more? There are several you can stay in too, just take a look at this handful below…  

Wyndham Park Lodge

Around a ten minute walk from the city centre, Wyndham Park Lodge is a large Victorian property that doubles up as a Bed and Breakfast. There are four guest bedrooms within the B&B, each offering individually-decorated rooms in keeping with the style of the property. 

Rollestone Manor

Rollestone Manor

Rollestone Manor Bed & Breakfast is a beautiful, Grade II Listed home on the outskirts of Shrewton, around ten miles north of Salisbury, and very closely located for Stonehenge. The property has a history dating back to 1242. In 1700 the front façade was created – where the front door is today and the ‘newest’ part of the house is the three-story extension, which was completed in 1839! The bedrooms are all named after someone who has lived or been associated with the property over the years, just ask proprietors Paula or Cyrille to give you the lowdown. 

Red Lion Hotel courtyard

Red Lion Hotel

The Red Lion Hotel sits right in the heart of our historic city and was built in 1220 for the stone masons of Salisbury Cathedral. Over the years it has been a coaching inn, the courtyard still shows many characteristics of this. Within the hotel, there are lots of antiques and quirky features, along with modern-day touches. 

The Old House

The Old House Bed and Breakfast dates back over 300 years and still retains many original features including traditional beamed ceilings. Decorated with antiques, this B&B makes a lovely home-from-home. 

Legacy Rose & Crown Hotel

The Legacy Rose & Crown Hotel is a 13th century coaching inn, which is set beside the River Avon. Many original features still remain having lovingly been preserved to retain as much character as possible. The original section of the building still boasts its wooden beams throughout and log fires that are lit during the colder months.

Want other ideas on where to stay?

Check out our accommodation listings and browse from hotels, B&Bs, self-catering properties and campsites. Don’t forget to tag your Salisbury pictures on social media with #VisitSalisbury too! 
 

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