Mercure Hotels in Salisbury

The Mercure Salisbury White Hart Hotel overlooks the famous cathedral in the medieval market town of Salisbury. It's steeped in history and has been visited by the likes of Charles Dickens, Sir Walter Raleigh and Mark Twain. This elegant 4-star Georgian hotel has 68 rooms, all with cable TV and free Wi-Fi throughout, so you can stay in touch while you’re indulging in a traditional Wiltshire cream tea in the secluded courtyard garden. Squires restaurant serves traditional British cuisine while Spires Bar and Lounge offers morning coffee, snacks and a quiet drink at the end of a busy day. There are many sports facilities nearby, ranging from kayaking to tennis and golf. If you are searching for hotels in Salisbury, this is the ideal choice. Salisbury is called ‘the city in the countryside’ and if you pause at the water-meadows and look up at the cathedral, it’s not hard to see why it’s been named as one of the world's Top 10 Cities to visit. It’s full of timbered buildings with a thriving market, a buzzing arts scene and museums. The early English Gothic cathedral is home to the famous Magna Carta. It’s easy to walk to Salisbury’s former settlement of Old Sarum, where you can explore the ruins of the original city and enjoy spectacular views across the countryside. A trip to Salisbury would not be complete without visiting Stonehenge, the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe. The hotel is just over a mile to Salisbury station and 12.5 miles to Stonehenge.

Salisbury

The Mercure Salisbury White Hart Hotel overlooks the famous cathedral in the medieval market town of Salisbury. It's steeped in history and has been visited by the likes of Charles Dickens, Sir Walter Raleigh and Mark Twain. This elegant 4-star Georgian hotel has 68 rooms, all with cable TV and free Wi-Fi throughout, so you can stay in touch while you’re indulging in a traditional Wiltshire cream tea in the secluded courtyard garden. Squires restaurant serves traditional British cuisine while Spires Bar and Lounge offers morning coffee, snacks and a quiet drink at the end of a busy day. There are many sports facilities nearby, ranging from kayaking to tennis and golf. If you are searching for hotels in Salisbury, this is the ideal choice.

Salisbury is called ‘the city in the countryside’ and if you pause at the water-meadows and look up at the cathedral, it’s not hard to see why it’s been named as one of the world's Top 10 Cities to visit. It’s full of timbered buildings with a thriving market, a buzzing arts scene and museums. The early English Gothic cathedral is home to the famous Magna Carta.

It’s easy to walk to Salisbury’s former settlement of Old Sarum, where you can explore the ruins of the original city and enjoy spectacular views across the countryside. A trip to Salisbury would not be complete without visiting Stonehenge, the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe. The hotel is just over a mile to Salisbury station and 12.5 miles to Stonehenge.