Delightful Modern 2-bed, 2 Bath Apartment With Allocated Parking
About Siubhan Litherland
Siubhan & Mark own and manage two properties, one here in beautiful Salisbury and another in Central London. Siubhan was born and brought up in Wiltshire and is particularly happy to be reconnected with this beautiful area after a few years away.
Siubhan Litherland purchased this Apartment in 2014
Why Siubhan Litherland chose Salisbury
The apartment's location is ideal for visitors who want all the amenities of a city centre as well as quick and easy access to the wonderful surrounding countryside. And the dedicated off-road parking space is an absolute boon for our guests who have their own car.
What makes this Apartment unique
The apartment is modern, bright and airy and provides a perfect base for a city-break or a touring holiday. We adore it's closeness to the city centre, Cathedral, riverside walks and pretty parks that are all within very easy walking distance - and the stroll along Fisherton Street with its idiosyncratic mix of shops is always entertaining.
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A nice place to stay while visiting Salisbury
Overall, a good experience and the flat is well situated. Only complaint is that we would have preferred a queen sized bed.
Great spot and great property!
Highly recommend. So conveniently located and despite the train being nearby, did not bother us in the slightest. Great kitchen too!
Very nice flat, very convenient to Salisbury
For two couples this two bed/two bath apartment was very convenient to Salisbury. We parked our car at the spot provided and walked everywhere. The apartment itself was well furnished and starter items (coffee makings, sugar, creamer, oil, soap/shampoo, etc) were provided. A Sainsbury grocery was about a four block walk and provided everything else. We were happy with our decision to stay here.
Modern and comfortable
We are a family with 2 young boys. Very pleased with our stay here. Instructions and directions were excellent throughout, flat exactly as described with some store cupboard items supplied including a nespresso machine and excellent parking facilities.
Extremely convenient for the centre of town and railway station - though this also meant there was some minor noise from trains nearby though this didn't bother us at all.
Would book again
Excellently situated modern apartment.
The flat was very clean, quiet and comfortable and ideally situated very close to rail station, bus stop and easy walk to city centre. Having a designated parking space is a real bonus in Salisbury but a car is not essential. Lots of varied eating places very close-by but for self-catering in the flat the kitchen utensils provided could be improved.
Central location. Modern, clean and well appointed.
Central location - close to train station and centre of town. Modern, clean and well appointed - a vegetable peeler would be the only extra addition to the kitchen recommended. Appreciated the drinks in the fridge on arrival.
Wiltshire is one of the UK's loveliest counties with its green, rolling chalk hills of the Marlborough Downs and Salisbury Plain and an abundance of picture postcard villages nestled into the countryside. And it seems that each and every village has a traditional pub serving great local beers and delicious home-cooked food. The county's towns are a fascinating blend of ancient and modern where beautiful old English architecture, built on the back of the wealth generated by the wool trade, exists side by side with bustling and modern town centres.
The county appears to have more than its fair share of historic houses and estates, including Wilton, Stourhead and Longleat, as well as some of the world's most impressive Palaeolithic and Neolithic sites: Stonehenge, Avebury, West Kennet Long Barrow, Silbury Hill and Uffington White Horse to name just a few!
Travel just a few miles south of Salisbury and you can be at the seaside, to the West a few miles and you are in the centre of the wonderful New Forest, where you can walk, horse-ride or just enjoy the mix of woodland and heath.
The whole area begs to be explored and enjoyed!
And as for the city of Salisbury itself, it was rightly rated number 7 in the Lonely Planet “top 10 world cities” list for 2015.
Salisbury is charming, compact and ancient with beautiful mediaeval buildings lining the streets, a large open market square lined with shops, cafes and restaurants and the River Avon running through the centre of the city.
Salisbury Cathedral is a fully evolved masterpiece: from its origins in the early 1200s, via the addition of the tallest spire in Britain a century later, through developments in the subsequent centuries, it has grown and increased in beauty and is the worthy home of the priceless historic Magna Carta.
The city has a very wide variety of restaurants, cafes, bars and traditional English pubs – there is something for everyone here and Trip Advisor makes searching the dining options very easy!
Shopping is a delight – there are all the major chain stores you would expect in a modern UK city but also a wonderful selection of individual stores selling fashion, arts and crafts, galleries, jewellery etc as well as delightful rarities like a stamp dealer and home-brew specialist.