The Wyndham Arms
27 Estcourt Road
off inner ring road
Mon-Sat 4.30(3 Fri, 12 Sat)-11; Sun 12-10.30
The Wyndham Arms
This is another must for visitors to the city. A bit of a walk from the cathedral, but worth it.
This is the original home of the Hop Back Brewery, it has one long bar an a number of smaller rooms. There is also a family room.
They don't serve food, but allow you to get some from the local chip and pizza takeaway and sit with a pint of their beer. At time of visit they had most of the Hop Back repertoire on including, Summer Lightening, Entire Stout, Special, GFB, Thunderstorm, and Powerhouse.
The toilets are upstairs and so are not suitable for the disabled. They are unheated and in the winter can get a little chilly, though with enough beer in you, who cares?
The place is a friendly local atmosphere which sits well with the beer and the mood of Salisbury.
Spend some time to look round the city, it has much to offer as the largest place around for 30 miles. Though there is no accommodation at the Wyndham Arms, Salisbury is a tourist city and so there is a profusion of other pubs and B&B that do. While there try out some of the other pubs, Hobgoblin is also represented on the way to the Wyndham Arms. All in all, a city of distinction beer wise.
Haunch of Venision, 1 Minster Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire. (01722) 322024. Beer: Wadworth's 6X, Courage Best & Directors. Open: Mon-Sat 11-11pm, Sun 12-10.30pm. Food: both lunch and evening till 8.30pm.
The Chough, Market Square. Hidden Brewery pub.
The Hop Back Range.
36 Wyndham Road
Salisbury, SP1 3AB.
From D: £45 per room per night.