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Inn at High Post, Salisbury, Wiltshire

Inn at High Post
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The Inn is a Privately owned 30 bedroom modern hotel/leisure complex. Set in rolling countryside it is only 3 miles from historic Salisbury. All our rooms are spacious with full en-suite facilities, Colour TV, Hospitality Tray and Trouser Press. Guests become complementary guests of the Leisure Club for the duration of their stay -so rest and relaxation is assured. The Restaurant is open every evening, and the menus are changed daily to reflect the best of fresh and seasonal produce. We also have an extensive bar menu and guaranteed excellent value for money. We offer traditional English cooked breakfasts and a selection of healthier options to start the day off in style.

The Inn is the perfect touring base. Besides Salisbury and Stonehenge just a few minutes away, it is in the heart of a circle including Bath, Winchester, the New Forest, Southampton, Portsmouth, Bournemouth and with London only 1 hour away. Personally run Mr John Abbott and a friendly and caring staff, guests can be sure of a warm welcome, excellent food, and a relaxed atmosphere - the perfect place to 'stop the world'.

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