The Queens Arms
The oldest licenced pub in Salisbury
Home cooked Sunday lunches
Bed & Breakfast accommodation
Licenced in 1558, the year that Queen Elizabeth was proclaimed Queen of England. This house can claim to have the longest held continuous licence in the city of Salisbury.
Prior to becoming an Inn it was bequeathed to the Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral in 1440.
Steeped in history and full of ghosts the Pub and B & B is a fun and happy place to stay. The staff are a mixture of young and old are happy and friendly and eager to help.
Set right in the heart of the City next to Salisbury Cathedral and several large car parks. 8 minute walk from Salisbury train station.
If you stay at the weekend then the famous Queens Arms Sunday lunches are not to be missed.