St Ann’s House

UK England South West England Wiltshire Salisbury

  • Wifi
An elegant and peaceful environment right in the centre of Salisbury.

Situated on a quiet side street near Salisbury's cathedral, this relaxed eight-room bed-and-breakfast brings an architect’s eye for style to a Georgian townhouse. The individually decorated rooms have been thoughtfully kitted out with antique furniture and choice pieces from around the globe to complement beautiful Georgian features such as cast iron fireplaces, sash windows, and a number of stunning chandeliers. All are en-suite, spacious and uncluttered, and decorated in restful shades of taupe and vert de terre, with high quality linens on the beds. Your stay will be further enhanced by the superb breakfasts prepared to order by the owner Michael Riley, who also happens to be Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s former chef. Some rooms on the higher floor have excellent views across the rooftops, punctuated by the spire of the cathedral and all the rooms have wifi, flatscreen TVs, tea and coffee-making facilities. Great value, especially considering the premium location.



Open all year


Double rooms with breakfast from £79 a night, singles from £54 a night.


Eight antique-furnished en-suite rooms


St Ann’s House, 34 St Ann Street Salisbury SP1 2DP

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Getting There

St Ann's House is bang in the centre of Salisbury, just a two-minute walk from the cathedral, and a fifteen-minute walk from the train station.


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Rated ★★★★★ over 1 reviews


Lovely place!

St Anns House in Salisbury is ideally situated in the city centre just a stone throw away from the historic cathedral. Staying at this B&B gives you great access to the local shops and cafes as well as being close to the train and bus station witch is perfect for travelling to the surrounding areas such as Stonehenge and Bath. The rooms are very elegant and you are guaranteed a great nights sleep followed by an amazing breakfast the following morning to get you set up for your day ahead.
Jan 10, 2013 by dajdavies1

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