The Milford Hall Hotel & Spa is a marvelous gem situated in the beautiful countryside of Salisbury, Wiltshire. The Georgian mansion house was originally the elegant home of a wealthy Alderman of Salisbury in the 1800’s, and was then refurbished and extended to include a majority of the 45 bedrooms and the AA Rosette, Salisbury Seafood Steak House Restaurant. The hotel is conveniently located within walking distance from the historic market square in the centre of Salisbury and only a short drive from Stonehenge, Wilton House & Wilton Shopping Village.
The Milford Hall hotel & Spa offers a high standard of accommodation for both business and leisure guests with 45 comfortable ensuite bedrooms.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- LCD TV
- Direct dial telephone
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Ironing facilities
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Dressing gowns
The Salisbury Seafood & Steak House:
The Salisbury Seafood & Steak House is a contemporary restaurant where you can enjoy the finest quality meats, freshest seafood and fish in the city. You will find a delicious menu filled with a selection of seasonal and locally-sourced produce and a carefully-selected wine list to accompany your meal. During the summer months, Al fresco dining is available in the conservatory, where the roof retracts and you can enjoy your meal in the warm summer sun.
The City of Salisbury:
On The Map: Salisbury is located in Southern England, 25 miles northwest of Southampton, and 88 miles southwest of London.
Known as the ‘City in the Countryside’, Salisbury retains much of its historic past & charm with timbered buildings, and an Early English Gothic Cathedral. The sight of the Cathedral rising from the surrounding green fields (pictured) is one to behold, and is often described as one of Britain’s great views. Within the Chapter House at Salisbury Cathedral, you’ll find the best preserved of the four original Magna Carta manuscripts dating from 1215. 2015 marks the 800th anniversary of the signing of this momentous document, and many celebrations are taking place throughout the year. The Magna Carta was undoubtedly a landmark legal document. It is even cited as influencing the formation of the American Constitution in 1789, and is still held in high regard by legal scholars today. Salisbury is a thriving market, boasts a buzzing arts scene, delightful museums and some of England’s finest historic houses.