The Old Rectory Bed & Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Old Rectory Bed & Breakfast Salisbury
We enjoyed our large room and the hostess was very friendly and welcoming. The 15 minute easy walk to the cathedral was interesting and we found lots of interesting places to stop and enjoy along the way.
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Thursday was again rainy.
We decided to go back to Salisbury to do some shopping, and visit some
additional sites. Allen bought some
slippers because all the places we stay have cold floors and I checked out a
yarn shop. I would love to start a new
project but there really isn’t time or space so I just browsed and began to
think about what might be fun once I get home.