Victoria Lodge

Bed and Breakfast in Salisbury, Wiltshire

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61 Castle Road

Victoria Lodge, Salisbury

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Accommodation Description:

Victoria Lodge established for 20 years is a Guest House providing the ideal accommodation for the visiting traveller or Business client.Our aim is to provide a high standard of hygiene, comfortable beds, constant hot water, heating as and when required, good friendly service and a freshly cooked quality breakfast. An aim we consistently deliver, with many a happy customer returning to our care again and again.We want our guests to remember and recommend Victoria Lodge as the place to stay in Salisbury.

 3 star rating

From: £42.50

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