well.. if you did read my Salisbury page you know how our first coming evening was..
Well in bed it was hard to sleep.. so hot.. and it was 9 of us..
Early up and first in the shower.. not.. others have been thinking the same..
Breakfast was a bit boring but ok...
They had a kitchen we coud use, it was big and bright. Had to warm some wather for our hot chocolate powder :)
Did sit out to drink it, it was a nice late August evening with sunset.... and hansom young boys :P
The girls in our room.. wher to start?? some did snore.. and one of the.. well if her IQ was over 90 I'm a MENSA member.. she was something by her self.. and her underwhere?? not clean.. hehe.. I will stop.. not nice of me..
So if you don't like it crowded.. this is not the place to stay.. but it is ok if you just gona sleep.
Unique Quality: big garden and sunset :)
We stayed at a 8 bed dormitory, and therefore had a bit of noise, but not more than expected. The beds were ok, not the best. No airconditioning, got really hot during the night (it was september).
Bathroom facilities quite bad, very low water pressure and not very clean.
Staff seemed mostly friendly, some more than others.
Nice breakfastroom and lounge, and kitchen where you can cook your own food. The breakfast was great, you could choose both english breakfast and toast/cereals for no extra charge.
Unique Quality: The hostel is quietly situated amongst a lot of trees, and has a nice garden where you can sit and relax.
Situated just up Milford Hill is Salisburys youth hostel. It's a 200yr old building about five minutes from the city centre in it's own grounds. There's an area for camping, through the hostel is nicer. 'Tulip Tree Lodge' has up to 20 people & is used for exclusive perposes. Bed & Breakfast is £14.50, & there's a digital satalite TV, 4x4 & 2x2/3 bedrooms, showers, toilets, large lounge, tea/coffee making area & garden with picnic tables. The self-catering kitchen is across the garden. The hostel is open everyday
Directions: Milford Hill
Up Milford Hill there is a long drive going up to a large house. There is an area for camers as well. There is a reception area and kitchen, and the rooms are clean and tidy.
Unique Quality: Just five minutes from the city centre.
Directions: From Market square go past The Red Lion Hotel and head up the hill until you get to a set of traffic lights. Cross over and go up the hill and the hostel is sign posted on your left
Wilton Road, Salisbury
7-9 Milford St., Salisbury
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