Hotels in Salisbury
The Royal Oak
An 18th-century part-thatched former tannery turned village ale house has been renovated in a style of rustic simplicity, with unfussy bedrooms and a dining room serving pub classics and more complex dishes.
A loyal following of guests returns time and again to this 17th-century house, with stone-mullioned windows in 'a lovely quiet location, with nice gardens'.
The Pembroke Arms
Opposite the entrance to Wilton House, seat of the earls of Pembroke, this extensively refurbished Georgian building is once again run by Ido and Alison Davids, who were at the reins from 2000 to 2012.