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- Diverse cuisine
- Pleasant walks
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Salisbury offers superb holiday rentals in the historic city centre where many of the city's most prominent tourist attractions and pubs are located. It is a popular tourist destination with a rich history, elegant shops, markets and a variety of restaurants serving a wide range of food from traditional English dishes to Indian, Thai and Italian. The city has everything to enjoy during your holiday!Attractive holiday rentals with lovely gardens
Within the city's medieval town centre you will find beautiful townhouses that will provide you with a pleasant stay. From properties for two people to houses for groups of eight, Salisbury has a wide range to suit your needs. You'll have gardens for the kids to run, spacious and luxurious kitchens for comfortable cooking, terraces for afternoon tea and the possibility to bring your dog with you.
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The area and getting around
In the centre of picturesque Salisbury you'll find Salisbury Cathedral, the city's most iconic architecture. This Gothic gem boasts the tallest spire in Britain, as well as the oldest working clock in the world! At 123 metres, the spire can be seen from miles away. You can climb 332 steps that take you behind the scenes of this outstanding spire where you can see the city from the top. However, the cathedral also has other highlights such as beautiful tombs, sculptures and one of the original copies of the Magna Carta.World-renowned Salisbury landmarks
Surrounded by the beautiful Wiltshire countryside, the town is in a region steeped in history, less than ten miles north of Salisbury you can discover Stonehenge, Europe's best known prehistoric monument. These mysterious Neolithic stones have aroused curiosity for centuries, so you shouldn't miss out on a visit to this fascinating site just a short-distance away. A couple of kilometres north of Salisbury town centre, Old Sarum is also an interesting Iron Age settlement. It is the original site of Salisbury and houses the ruins of a royal castle and the original cathedral.
Travellers and activities
The city is relatively flat, so walkers will enjoy short strolls as well as longer distance routes. Try one of the most popular walks, the City Trail, which takes you through Salisbury's water meadows and the Harnham area, or take a stroll along the riverside path from Malting Shopping Centre to Stratford Castle. If you're into long-distance walks, though, there are walking routes such as the Avon Valley Path which follows the River Avon south of the city and the Clarendon Way which runs for 24 miles past the ruins of Clarendon Palace.Salisbury for cycling lovers
Another way to get around the city is to cycle. Salisbury has several cycle paths ideal for those who want to venture out into the countryside and for families who just want to spend a day cycling. You can take pleasant short rides from the city centre to the trails around the beautiful rivers. If you're adventurous and prefer a longer distance route, the 24 and 45 National CycleWay routes are the best in the area. Route 24 is 75 miles and route 45 is 270 miles! Alternatively, sections 6 and 7 of the Wiltshire Cycleway take in Salisbury and the spectacular countryside.
The Haunch of Venison, located in Salisbury, is probably the oldest hostelry in the city, the most haunted and the only pub in Britain to have a mummified hand on display. It also features on a list of '25 pubs in the UK where you must drink before you die'
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With GoSkydive, experience the thrill of jumping from 10,000ft or 15,000ft, the highest possible tandem jump altitude in the UK! Tandem skydiving will give you the chance to enjoy the views in a wholly different way. Besides also enjoy a 5-minute parachute ride. Best of all, no physical preparation is required, just listen to the instructions. Skydiving over the Salisbury Plains is something you will surely never forget.2. Become a detective in Salisbury Escape Rooms
Create a team with family or friends and solve the puzzles to escape from the rooms. In Salisbury Escape Rooms you can have fun and learn to work as a team while playing the role of a detective. Investigate the murder of Professor Brown, eliminate the suspects and help the police find the killer! You and your team will enter the Starboard Upton Laboratory and search for clues to solve the puzzle to escape. It's a great activity where everyone can participate and have a good time.3. Enjoy a Middle Eastern cuisine experience
Located in the heart of the city, Baroushka offers a Middle Eastern fabulous menu that you will have to give a try! The restaurant fuses traditional Lebanese, Moroccan and European cuisine and creates exceptional dishes that will delight your taste buds. Enjoy a delicious fresh Tabbouleh or Falafel with tahini and try the selection of Middle Eastern cocktails. During the evening you can enjoy beautiful belly dancers and traditional music too. It's the perfect place if you want a different kind of dinner.4. Meet the rare British breeds
Registered with the RBST (Rare Breeds Survival Trust), Cholderton Rare Breeds Farm is the ideal place to go if you are travelling with children. Meet British rare breeds, feed them and pet them. You'll find pigs, rabbits, ponies, cows, alpacas and much more. You can also book a ride with the alpacas through the vineyards and the children can have fun on the zip wire, climbing frames, trampolines and other activities. The farm also has a shop with fresh produce and a café & bar.5. Discover the local products of the Charter Market
Since its first Charter was conceived in 1227, Salisbury has held the Charter Market in the market square every Tuesday and Saturday. Stroll around the more than sixty independent shops selling crafts, clothes, jewellery and wrap yourself in the aromas of freshly ground coffee, hot doughnuts and flowers - you'll find everything at the market! From fruit, fresh vegetables, meat, cheese, smoked trout, olives to ice cream. It is the best place to go if you are looking for the best ingredients to prepare your ideal dinner.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Salisbury (UK)
The coronavirus has severely impacted the travel industry. Based on our 2020 data, Salisbury has an annual average price of £108.11 per night.
If you want to save as much as possible during your visit to Salisbury, book to go there in January (£90.77 per night on average), June (£99.18), or September (£99.38) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Salisbury was April, with an average price of £120.9 per night. This was followed by May, with an average of £119.18, and December, with £117.35.
When visiting Salisbury, we recommend you to be proactive, as 57% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
The months when it's the easiest to find free accommodation in Salisbury are May (the average amount of properties that are available reached 61.6% of the total in 2020), April (57%), and December (55%).
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 13.6% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by September (21.25%), and July (29.75%).
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