The Kings Arms Hotel

7A-11 St. Johns Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2SB, United Kingdom
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  • Business40

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Hi there

by isabella1976

How long is the bus ride from Salisbury to Stonehenge and do they run often?

Thanks :O)

Re: Hi there

by leics

Bus 3 runs from outside Salisbury railway station. Journey time around 25 minutes.

Timetable here:

http://www.wdbus.co.uk/htm/ttNorthern/index-n.asp

Not very often, no, but enough.

Re: Hi there

by Tdiver

All depends when you want to go.
In summer there is a tour bus...
http://www.londontoolkit.com/whattodo/stonehenge_getting_there.htm
That timetable
http://www.wdbus.co.uk/htm/ttNorthern/N_3.pdf
Or normally
http://www.wdbus.co.uk/htm/ta/sdo-stonehenge.asp
Local bus company
http://www.wdbus.co.uk/

Buses to Stonehenge

by PhilTheBus

The bus arrangements are changing slightly this year.

Bus service 3 and the City Sightseeing Stonehenge tour are being combined from March 2008 into one service running at least every hour, starting at about 10 am. During the Summer, extra buses will also run to provide a half-hourly service.

The journey takes about 30 minutes and picks up outside the Rail Station.

Travel Tips for Salisbury

Poultry Cross

by yooperprof

During medieval times, merchants from around the region gathered in the Market Place to sell their wares. Each "speciality trade" was marked with its own unique cross. Poultry Cross is the only one still standing.

Salisbury District Hospital

by LouiseTopp

Ok so this might not have anything to do with travel but I thought I would mention the hospital. It's been here since the 1950's, it used to be ran by the Americana. It has one of the best burns Units in the UK, & they say the staff are very good. There are two entrances, one to the new part while the other goes to the old. Takes a bit of getting round if you never been here before. There's a shop & a cafe just by reception, the shop is round the corner. The Maternity & Downton Ward is nearbye just across the bridge, it's like a rabbit warren & hot as an oven there! You look out a big glass & you can watch the bunnies grooming each other.

Each bed has a TV called "Patient Line", u can watch TV, make phone calls & read your e-mail. they're like little flat screens, there's also the Day room which is like a living room. Patiant Line in Serum Ward (kiddie's dept), turns off promply at 9pm.

The Maternity ward has on-suit bathrooms with shower etc. It's very homelike, & there's a conservatory which is very homley, with outside seats, tv & sofa's.

For all you hungry horses out there!

by Lifestyles about The grey Fisher pub and resturant

Another resturant in Harnham this pub has 120 seats & also an outdoor dining area. The menue (including a children's) is superb with special offers on every Tuesday, including the towns smallest chocolate dessert for just 49p! You can also watch Sky Sports and play dart's (there is a team on Wednesday), the drinks list is very varied including tea & coffee.

Open on Monday - Saturday 12noon - 10pm. Sunday 12noon - 9.30pm, Patio Area, Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilet, No Smoking Area, Children Welcome (until 9pm - seated at all times), Offer Children's Activity Sheets, Car Parking - 120 spaces, Disabled Car Parking - 2 spaces, Coaches Welcome (by appointment). Sunday Roast Chicken - £5.99.
Well cooked and juicy with lots of taste, you don't get any more British then this. I won't tell you what else you get with this, because you'll have to come & visit to find out.

Black Forest dessert - £2.69
They say if u go down to the woods, you'll be in for a big surprise. This yummy pud is brought to your table alongside ice cream & other delights.

Salisbury Cathedral

by blackmamba

Salisbury Cathedral’s spire’, Britain’s tallest, standing at a breathtaking 123 metres

The cathedral is a great view, they was fixing it so the photo taking coud only be one one side.. It's one of the think you HAVE to do in Salisbury :)

Adults £4 Seniors/Students £3.50
Children (8-17) £2 Family £8.50

The Oldest Clock in the World

by iwys

Well, I have looked at it a few times, but I still haven't figured out how you tell the time from it. But, it is certainly a fascinating mechanical contraption that looks about 500 years ahead of its time and I guess if you were a mechanical engineer, this would be your holy grail. To me it looks like a giant clockwork toy, complete with the turning key at the side for winding it up

The clock was built in 1386 and originally placed in the cathedral's bell tower. It has no face, so you cannot see the time, but it struck the bell on the hour.

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Address: 7A-11 St. Johns Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2SB, United Kingdom