Address33 Milford Street, SP1 2AP, Salisbury United Kingdom | Show on map
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Top 9 Features
- Bathroom with bathtub,
- Bathroom with shower,
- Ironing board,
- Central heating,
- Tea/ coffeemaker,
- Air conditioning,
- Soundproof windows,
- Cable TV,
- WiFi in the rooms
- Express check-in/ out,
- Child/ Baby Cot,
- Non-smoking rooms,
- 24-hour reception,
- WiFi in Lobby
- Bike Rental,
- Golf Course
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The Bournemouth Eye is located in The Lower gardens and takes passengers, including wheelchairs, 500ft above Bournemouth. The balloon is tethered and the whole ride takes about 12 minutes. Views of the channel and countryside can be seen from the enclosed gondola for up to 20 miles on clear days. Open everyday from 7:30am - 11pm, March to September. Tickets cost £10 adult, £6 children and £7.50 OAP and Students.
Wilton House is the property of the Earl of Pembroke and has been in his family for over 450 years. The house you see today was constructed in 1647 and built in the Palladian style: the Single and Double Cube Rooms are considered to be the finest examples of Palladian architecture in England. Later generations added to the original. A Palladian style bridge over the River Nadder was built in 1737 and cloisters on two levels were added in the 19th century. The house contains a world famous collection of Van Dycks. The interiors are much in demand for film sets and the extensive grounds beside the River Nadder have walks, gardens and water features. An interpretive centre has been created in the Old Riding School where visitors are introduced to the property with an award-winning film. There is an adventure playground for children and special children's activities in school holidays. Facilities are in place for disabled visitors. There is a shop and restaurant on site.
American Museum in Britain
Established in 1961, the American Museum was the brainchild of two American citizens, Dallas Pratt and John Judkyn. They had the idea of creating a museum in Britain that housed American artefacts, including native American Indian textiles and art. Each of the rooms of the museum are authentically furnished to recreate a different period of American history, from early colonial times through to more modern periods. In addition to the permanent displays that are here there are also temporary exhibitions too. Since the museum is closed during winter each season there is also a new exhibition that lasts throughout the following summer. The museum stands within 120 acres of landscaped gardens and within these gardens there are outdoor exhibitions and displays. The museum is open between mid March and the end of October. It is open between 12 midday and 5pm every day, expect Monday. It is however open on Bank Holiday Mondays and every Monday during August. The admission charges are: Museum, Grounds and Exhibition: Adult - £7.50 (11.25 Euros) Senior Citizens/Students - £6.50 (9.75 Euros) Children (aged 5-16) - £4.00 (6 Euros) Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 children) - £20.00 (30 Euros) Grounds and Exhibition: Adult - £5.00 (7.5 Euros) Seniors/Students - £4.00 (6 Euros) Children (5-16) - £3.00 (4.5 Euros)
Bar Med offers a wide range of menu choices, including various tapas, fajitas and filled breads. They also offer a selection of cocktails and wines and cater for private functions. You can find Bar Med just off the main A31, which is also near to the train station. This venue is open from 10am to 1am on Monday, Wednesday and Sunday and from 10am to 2am on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. They also hold various event nights, so please check the website for updates.
Monkey World is a 65 acres site that houses over 150 different Primates. It is described as an Ape rescue centre and the animals that are here have been rescued from all over the World. The ultimate aim of this sanctuary, wherever possible, is to return these animals back to the wild. Since the centre was founded in 1987 dozens of animals have been returned back to their natural habitat. The sanctuary is open daily from 10am until 5pm between September and June and from 10am until 6pm during July and August. Admission charges are: Adult - £10 (15 Euros) Child - £7 (10.5 Euros) Concessions - £7 (10.5 Euros) Family ticket - £30 (45 Euros) Family ticket is valid for 2 adults and 2 children