Self-catering holiday cottages in Salisbury area

The cathedral city of Salisbury was named as one of the world’s top ten cities to visit by Lonely Planet back in 2015. The cathedral (with the tallest spire in England) itself is home to one of the four original Magna Carta manuscripts dating back to 1215AD. There is a prospering market is held on Tuesdays and Saturdays (with other markets taking place during the year), an internationally renowned arts scene, superb museums and some exemplary historic houses. There are many events that take place in the city throughout the year, including the famous Salisbury International Arts Festival. There are also some excellent museums in the city, not forgetting, of course, the wonderful cathedral as well as other notable attractions such as the Old Sarum, Wilton House and Mompesson House.

Pet friendly holiday cottages, city accommodation and rural properties on the outskirts of the town put you in a great position to explore this area. A clean and comfortable self-catering base to stay - choose form 2 bedroom to large group accommodation.

The Fishing Lodge, Netton, nr. Salisbury

The Fishing Lodge, Wiltshire

Last minute dog friendly short break in Netton, near Salisbury with 3 bedrooms, sleeps 6. Pub within 1 mile, Short Breaks All Year.

This attractive holiday cottage is surrounded by picturesque villages and is placed on the banks of the peaceful River Avon.

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Staying near Salisbury in Wiltshire

It’s a wonderful city for walking around and taking in the fine architecture, with medieval walls, half-timbered Tudor town houses, Georgian mansions and Victorian villas all sitting side-by-side. The High Street maintains quite an elegance, as well as some fine shopping, from independent niceties to national multiples. Naturally enough, the self catering holiday cottage enthusiast will find plenty of food provision shops, supermarkets as well as plenty of restaurants cafes and bars to take a well-deserved break in.