Lodge Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast

East Knoyle, SP3, Salisbury, SP5 5LU, United Kingdom
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Swimming in Salisbury

by Lifestyles

This swimming bath's is part of The Five Rivers Leisure Centre. The pool opened in July 2002 and has water slides, changing rooms and showers.

The leisure centre has three squash courts, a badminton court and variouse programmes taking place every day of the week. There is also a crech and you can play pool here. There is also a bar, gym, sauna and steam rooms. You can hire badminton and squash requets, a deposite is required, which you will recieve back after returning the item. There is car parking available, café and bar

Salisbury Racecourse

by LouiseTopp

I have been told that the racecourse at Salisbury is one of the oldest courses in the UK. Set in the middle of picturesque Wiltshire countryside, within views of stunning Salisbury Cathedral, you can see right across the land towards Wilton & beyond. You can hear the guns thudding away up on Salisbury plain occasionally. It’s quite peaceful with the sound of the occasional car (& the guns from time to time). There’s car boot sales here sometimes & race meetings, conference & seminars in the Bibury Suit. They have the Moonraker room which is 18.9 metres by 11 metres, with a ceiling height of 3.2 metres; they use this for video & projection events. They even have banquets here, weddings, dinner dances, Christmas parties & many other events. There’s a large car park here, please visit the web site for more information.

The finest nedieval Cathedral in Britain

by musbars

Salisbury Cathedral’s spire’, Britain’s tallest, standing at a breathtaking 123 metres - together with modern high street shops that are mixed with specialist retail outlets with something for everyone.

Salisbury Cathedral

by Tolik

The story goes that the Bishop shot an arrow. The place where it landed was where the new cathedral was to be built and the town of Salisbury grew up around the cathedral. Begun in 1220s, the Cathedral was constructed in just 38 years. The Cloister, the largest in England, and the magnificent Chapter House containing the Magna Carta were added in 1280. In 1313, the tower was raised and on top of it they built in 2 years this fantastic spire which we see today.

There is amazing sense of space and light in its high nave. The slender columns, high vaulted ceilings and natural lighting are the features of this English Gothic style of architecture. From the west end entry we could see the whole length of the Cathedral towards the High Altar and the richly colored window behind it. In the north aisle there is amazing clock dating from 1386, one of the oldest functioning clock mechanisms in the UK. It was in a separate bell tower until 1792 and designed to strike the hours, and therefore without face.

Monuments and carved tombs line the walls. North Transept has 3 oak scenes carved by Cathedral craftsmen. Right behind the stalls is Chantry Chapel of Edmund Audeley, bishop 1502-24. Chapel is in Perpendicular style with much original coloring
The Chapter House was built in the 13th century as the meeting place of the Cathedral’s governing body. It is home to the best preserved of only 4 original surviving Magna Carta sealed by King John in 1215. The room has a unique carved medieval frieze depicting scenes from the books of Genesis and Exodus.

Cathedral Services: Monday – Saturday 7:30am Holly Communion; 5:30pm Choral Evensong ; Sundays: 8:00am Holly Communion; 10:00am Sung Eucharist with Sermon; 11:30am Mattins with Sermon; 3:00pm Choral Evensong; First Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm – Healing service.

Open daily 7:15am - 8:15pm; donations £ 3.50, £ 2.50 for seniors and students, £ 2 for children.

Old Sarum

by spidermiss

Old Sarum is situated above the Salisbury Plain. It's an important landmark in the region's history for its hill and Norman Fortress. It's the original site of Salisbury where a castle, palace and cathedral were built before the site was moved down the the valley to where present day Salisbury is. You can wander around the ruins including the foundation ruins of the cathedral. Present day Salisbury with the cathedral is seen in the distance.

It cost 3.50 GBP (July 2010) to explore Old Sarum.


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