Food & Drink Partners

We are pleased to work with handpicked Food and Drink Partners in the Salisbury area. With such a wealth of places to eat and drink in our city and so many varied places to stay, we only recommend places we know serve excellent fod and drink, give good service and provide value for money. We hope you agree with us!

Cathedral Hotel
The Cathedral Hotel is located in the heart of Salisbury, just a few minutes’ walk from Salisbury Arts Centre and with the Cathedral, shops, restaurants and local attractions on your doorstep. 

The Cathedral Hotel provides overnight accommodation if you are planning an overnight stay in Salisbury. The bedrooms are decorated in a contemporary style and include free Wi-Fi, a well-stocked tea and coffee station, hairdryer, ceiling fan, small safe and ironing facilities. The bathrooms have heated towel rails and the best quality towelling is supplied. All double rooms have king sized beds. There are two sets of adjoining rooms that sleep four and are very popular with families. Although the bedrooms do not have air conditioning or telephones, the public areas are fully air conditioned.

The public area on the ground floor is of a traditional British pub feel offering a great selection of cask ales, wines, spirits and lagers. Food is available until late in the restaurant, bar and garden areas. At weekends you can have a more relaxed experience in our lounge restaurant area or you can enjoy viewing football, cricket, rugby and other sporting events with the locals in the bar areas. Breakfast is served from 7 until 10am Monday to Saturday and 8 until 10am Sundays.

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The Pheasant
Our newest Food and Drink Partner is The Pheasant, under the new management of Szymon Kochanowicz. Sited right on the corner of Salt Lane and Rollestone Street, our customers share a car park and it is a great place to grab a bite to eat or a drink before (or after!) performances at the Arts Centre. The Pheasant is open from 11am to 11pm daily and until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays,  serving hot and cold meals until 10pm. 

We’ve been enjoying the food and drink there since it reopened and we’re particularly keen on the refurbishment which has given a modern facelift to this lovely old pub without losing any of its character. For this time of the year, there’s even a lovely cosy woodburner to curl up in front of with a pint of whatever you fancy. 

The menu is quite varied, but sticks to what all of us enjoy as quality pub food – sausage and mash, steaks, fish and chips, pie, curry and there are a number of good vegetarian options too. We can particularly recommend the tailor made burgers; you can select just what you fancy from a list of options and have a truly unique burger meal.   

As well as all the usual beverages, the Pheasant offers some good traditional real ales and the wine list is impressive too.  The staff are very friendly and the service is excellent and prompt, especially if like us, you are eating en route to a show at the Arts Centre. Do tell them when visiting that you heard about them from us!    

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