Salisbury, Wiltshire Cottages
Greencroft is a classic period terraced cottage located a short walk from the centre of Salisbury. Its position, overlooking Greencroft Park, is peaceful and convenient and ideal for those people looking for a bolt hole when visiting the city. We love it! offers a delightful retreat in the heart of Salisbury and overlooks a park (Greencroft) with its enclosed play area for children.
For families and friends alike, Greencroft really is the perfect spot to escape to in this vibrant and historic Catherdral city.
The owners have taken great care in the refurbishment of this 200 year-old town house and the result is welcoming, homely and spotlessly clean. The ground floor has two large and light rooms, whilst upstairs are three good sized bedrooms. The space is simply furnished, uncluttered yet attractive, the colours are subtle and tasteful - in our view it's a very good choice for a group coming to Salisbury. We're confident that after spending time here, there's a good chance you'll want to return again and again!
Entrance at the side of the house.
Spacious, open-plan Kitchen/Dining Area with electric hob, oven and grill, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave and dining table with six chairs.
Living Room has a great view to the park, with two sofas, armchair, large flatscreen TV (with basic Sky) and electric fire in the original fireplace for winter evenings!
Cloakroom with WC and washbasin.
Bedroom One (Master Bedroom) with zip and link beds offering the choice of super king size double (6ft) or twin beds.
Bedroom Two with double bed (4'6").
Bedroom Three with twin beds and wardrobe.
Family Bathroom/WC with separate shower over the bath.
Although there is no specified outside space with the property, directly opposite is a large park with children's play area.
Children welcome. Space for visitors'own cot. Sorry No pets. Non-smokers only. WiFi broadband incl.
Free Street parking - daily parking vouchers supplied.
Salisbury is one of the premier locations in southern England, packed full of things to do and places to visit. Described by some as 'the city in the countryside', Salisbury is surrounded by a landscape so quintessentially English it's almost too good to be true. Take a moment to sit on the edge of the water-meadows and, with the impressive Cathedral rising up from these lush green fields in your sight, it's easy to understand why Salisbury was named as one of the world's Top 10 Cities to visit in 2015 by Lonely Planet. You will find timbered builings a-plenty, the classic, English Gothic Cathedral which is home to some of the best-preserved copies of the Magna Carta, a thriving market, museums and some of England's finest historic houses within the Cathedral Close.
For those appreciating a little culture, the city has a flourishing theatre the Salisbury Playhouse and hosts an annual international arts festival in May.
While Salisbury itself offers a wealth of visitor attractions, the surrounding area also boasts a huge range of sites to explore. Top of the 'not to be missed' list are prehistoric Stonehenge, stately homes and gardens such as Wilton House, Longleat and Stourhead and the unique landscape of the New Forest National Park.