Why so chic?
Why travel experts chose this hotel
Located in the centre of Salisbury
On-site bar and restaurant
Only when you book with Chic
Snuggled in the medieval city of Salisbury, this 17-room boutique inn has a rather magnificent history. The building dates back nearly 800 years, when it was used to cut some of the stone now holding up Salisbury Cathedral.
Today, it's been carefully renovated with plenty of period charm, and centuries-old panelling is still in tact. From quaint fabrics and wooden beams to quirky light fittings, décor is a blend of old and new, including the welcoming restaurant downstairs. It’s little surprise guests return here year after year for rooms and food alike.
The charming pub restaurant serves British fare, real ales and wines (including a selection of English varieties). The Chapter House has made something of a name for itself with the locals for its steaks, but there's also an array of fish, poultry and vegetarian options on the menu too. Visiting on a Sunday? Tuck into a roast dinner, complete with all the trimmings.
While none of the 17 rooms are the same, each is laden with a mix of period décor and modern furnishings. Some feature intricately patterned headboards, others have characterful beamed ceilings and wood panel walls. All feature gleaming modern bathrooms.
Salisbury is a treasure trove of historic intrigues and medieval monuments: 13th-century Salisbury Cathedral is just a stroll away, home to Britain’s tallest spire and the influential Magna Carta. Prehistoric Stonehenge is also a must: a short drive from the hotel, its circular stone formation continues to baffle historians today.
Places of Interest
Salisbury Cathedral: 5 minutes
Old Sarum: 10 minutes
Stonehenge: 20 minutes