Salisbury - pub walk
The city is located in the southeast of Wiltshire, near the edge of Salisbury Plain. Its cathedral was formerly located to the north at Old Sarum; following its relocation, a settlement grew up around it, drawing residents from Old Sarum and Wilton. The new town received its city charter in 1227 under the name New Sarum, which continued to be its official name until 2009, when the Salisbury City Council was established.

Salisbury CathedralStart at Salisbury Cathedral. Chapter Office, 6 The Close,SP1 2EF

The cathedral has the tallest church spire in the United Kingdom (123m/404 ft). Visitors can take the "Tower Tour" where the interior of the hollow spire, with its ancient wood scaffolding, can be viewed. The cathedral also has the largest cloister and the largest cathedral close in Britain. It contains the world's oldest working clock (from AD 1386) and has the best surviving of the four original copies of Magna Carta

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Website http://www.salisburycathedral.org.uk/

Arundells is 2min walk in Cathedral Close. Take the footpath across the grass.

Arundells

Arundells

59 Cathedral Close. SP1 2EN.  Was the  home of Edward Heath.
Admission to the house-
Please see the Arundells web site for options and times for the day of your visit

  Children under 12 free

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Website http://www.arundells.org/
Head N. on W. walk and turn right into Choristers Square. Turn left on Choristers Square to reach the High Street. Turn right onto New St. The Wig and Quill will be on the right.

Wig and Quill SalisburyNext is Wig and Quill
1 New Street, SP1 2PH.  Mon - Wed noon - 10:30 pm. Thurs-Fri noon - midnight. Saturday11 am - 2:00 am.
Sunday
11 am - 11.30 pm.
14th Century traditional English pub with one long bar divided into three drinking areas.
Wadworth 6X, Wadworth Bishops Tipple, Wadworth Henry's IPA, Wadworth Horizon, Wadworth Old Timer, 1 changing beer.

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Website http://www.thewigandquill.com/

Continue along New Street to the Cloisters at the cross roads.


The Cloisters

The Cloisters Salisbury
83 Catherine Street, SP1 2DH.  Opens 11am.
Butcombe Bitter, Hop Back Summer Lightning, Sharp's Doom Bar.
Wonderful food served all day, plus Sunday carvery.

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http://www.cloisterspubsalisbury.co.uk/

Walk north on Catherine St., Turn left onto Milford St.,Turn right onto Queen St.,Continue onto Endless St.,Turn right onto Bedwin St. The pub will be on your left.


Royal George SalisburyThe Royal George Inn

17 Bedwin Street, SP1 3UT. 
Opens Noon daily until late, food lunchtime and evening, Sunday open 12PM - 6PM, food 12PM - 5PM (Lunch)
Originally a 15th Century Inn, this grade II listed pub is named after the sister ship of HMS Victory and has a beam purported to be from that ship.  Hop Back Golden Best, Ringwood Best Bitter, Sharp's Doom Bar.
Pub Garden
, Parking.

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http://theroyalgeorgesalisbury.co.uk/

Walk right out of the pub (west) on Bedwin St towards Endless St. Turn right onto Endless St. Turn left towards Castle St. Turn right onto Castle St.

The George and Dragon

George and Dragon Salisbury 85 Castle Street, SP1 3SP    Mon - Sat: 11 - 11; Sun: 12 - 10:30 Sun
Fullers London Pride, Hop Back Summer Lightning, Ringwood Best Bitter, 1 guest beer.
The pub was once known as "The Silent Woman". The sign showed a decapitated women with her head. Food lunch and evening.  Large garden backs onto river. Long narrow pub with loud talking and whistling bird.

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http://www.georgeanddragonpub.co.uk/

Retrace your steps along Castle Street.



Avon Brewery Inn SalisburyThe Avon Brewery Inn

75 Castle Street,SP1 3SP.   Mon - Sat: 11 - 11; Sun: 12 - 5 Sun
Jennings Cumberland Ale, Marston Burton Bitter, Marston Pedigree, Ringwood Best Bitter, Pub Garden. Food available lunch and evening.

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http://www.avonbrewery.co.uk/

Continue along Castle Street onto Minster Street. The Haunch will be on your right.

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The Haunch of Venison

The Haunch Salisbury
1 Minster Street  SP1 1TB   Open 11-11 Mon-Thu; 11-Midnight Fri & Sat; 12-10 Sun
Traditional pub with oak beams, antique furniture and wood-panelled walls, for gastropub dishes.
Courage Best, Hop Back Golden Best, Hop Back Summer Lightning, 1 guest beer. 
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http://haunchpub.co.uk/

Walk south on Minster St towards Butcher Row, Turn right onto Silver St, Continue onto Bridge St


The Mill SalisburyThe Mill

The Maltings, 7 Bridge Street SP1 1BD Mon - Thu: 11 - 11; Fri & Sat: 11 - 12; Sun: 11 - 11 Sun
Two bars on different levels with Mezzanine gallery and riverside garden.
Greene King IPA, Greene King Abbot. Food from 11am to 9pm


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http://www.mill-salisbury.co.uk/

Cross the road to the Kings Head opposite


The Kings Head

Kings Head Salisbury1 Bridge Street  SP1 2ND   Open 7am-midnight (1am Thu-Sat)
Smart Wetherspoon pub in an old riverside building, including modern hotel rooms.

Greene King Abbot, Ruddles Best Bitter 7 guest beers.


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Website http://www.jdwetherspoon.co.uk/home/pubs/the-kings-head-inn



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