Meet the Salisbury team
Known as the ‘city in the countryside’, the historic city of Salisbury is rich in culture, heritage, landscape and community spirit. Centred on a majestic cathedral which is topped by the tallest spire in England, Salisbury boasts an abundance of amenities including places to eat, independent retailers, a theatre, arts centre, leisure facilities and much more.
Ample events take place throughout the year in and around Salisbury, from the Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival to the Salisbury Christmas Market. Historic buildings house favourite high street stores as well as independent retailers, coffee shops, restaurants and pubs. The market place is home to the weekly Salisbury Charter Market and other specialist markets. Salisbury benefits from an excellent choice of facilities and services including supermarkets, health services, schools and recreational facilities.
Places We Love in Salisbury
The Close, Salisbury
The 750 year old Salisbury Cathedral has the tallest church spire in England and is home to one of the four surviving copies of the Magna Carta. Stroll around the Cathedral and its lawns, stop for coffee in the Bell Tower Tea Rooms and climb the top of the tower with a Tower Tour.
Fisherton Street, Salisbury
Situated within a restored Victorian grain mill just off of Fisherton Street, Fisherton Mill is an award-winning art gallery, gift shop and café. Purchase original crafts and gifts in the shop, browse the art gallery and have lunch or coffee in the café and courtyard.
Ox Row, Salisbury
Located in the heart of Salisbury, with unique views overlooking the historic market place, is this individual, family run restaurant. Award-winning Danny and his team offer one of the best fine dining experiences in the area.