The Red Lion Hotel, Milford Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2AN
High chairs available | Baby changing available | Kids menu | Breastfeeding friendly | Bottle feeding supported
“The Red Lion Hotel Salisbury is one of the most historic places to visit in Wiltshire. Built more than 800 years ago, they’re Europe’s oldest purpose-built hotel – and they’re certainly one of the most unique hotels in Salisbury city centre, if not the whole of Wiltshire.
“The Vine restaurant is named after the magnificent Virginia creeper growing in the hotel courtyard (one of the oldest remaining specimens of its kind to be found anywhere in the world!) Inside the restaurant there’s an original wattle & daub wall from 1220 and the chef’s menu offers classical British cooking, amplified with style, flair and finesse. Plus their picturesque courtyard offers a quiet and peaceful outdoor dining option for those looking for alfresco dining in Salisbury on a warm summer’s day – and it’s enclosed so it’s a safe place for kids to run around. Plus the Red Lion is *really* famous for afternoon tea and they provide a half price version for under tens (and there’s no charge for the under threes).”