Welcome to the Grasmere House Hotel

Originally built in 1896 as a private house, the Grasmere House Hotel, set in mature gardens on the banks of the Rivers Avon and Nadder, offers with stunning views of Salisbury Cathedral. Just 10 minutes walk from Salisbury City Centre, this award-winning, privately owned hotel has 38 en-suite bedrooms and a conservatory bar and restaurant.



We have a splendid choice of rooms, all en-suite, including luxurious 4-poster beds, triple and quadruple family bedrooms and some discretely adapted for our guests with less mobility. Many rooms overlook our mature gardens offering river or cathedral views. We even have a 3-bedroom apartment for larger groups. Whether you are in Salisbury on business, for a family holiday, a weekend escape or a memorable wedding we have room for you that’s perfect for the occasion.


Our conservatory restaurant provides spectacular views over our gardens to the rivers Nadder and Avon and across the water meadows to Salisbury Cathedral. With seating for 45 diners, our extensive menu features a variety of dishes using local produce and is every changing according to the seasons.

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The Grasmere House Hotel is the perfect wedding venue in Salisbury with our stunning riverside location overlooking Salisbury cathedral, intimate service and hospitality.

We offer daytime and evening Civil Ceremonies and Partnerships in a choice of rooms including our ever popular conservatory to smaller, more intimate settings.

We can even arrange for a marquee in our beautiful gardens if you desire.

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The Grasmere House Hotel is the perfect venue to mark any celebration or event. We can help you organise every last detail whatever the occasion we’ll ensure it’s special. Whether you are celebrating your Anniversary, as special Birthday, Christening or organising a Christmas party or company event.

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New Years Programme 2016

New Years Eve at Grasmere House Hotel is a truly special occasion. Situated in 1 ½ acres of rolling lawns and mature gardens, with views over the water meadows, the rivers Avon and Nadder and […]

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Book your 2016 Christmas Party at the Grasmere House Hotel

The Grasmere House Hotel is the perfect place for your Christmas party. Our new Party Menus online now and will be available from December 1st to 24th, 2o16 & throughout January 2017.

Come and celebrate with […]

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Christmas Programme 2016

Christmas at Grasmere House Hotel is a truly special occasion. Situated in 1 ½ acres of rolling lawns and mature gardens, with views over the water meadows, the rivers Avon and Nadder and the magnificent […]

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Treat yourself to a Special Sunday

Price £141.50 per room

If you are looking for a weekend treat why not book a “Special Sunday” with us?

Arrive for a delicious afternoon tea with scones, jam and cream. Then relax and take a look […]


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Ideas for Visiting Salisbury in 2016

January 20th, 2016|0 Comments

Here at the Grasmere House Hotel we are proud to support Time for Wiltshire promoting our wonderful city to the world. The latest campaign offers lots of ideas for you which we thought we’d share […]

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Be My Valentine!

January 20th, 2016|0 Comments

This Valentine’s Day treat the one you love to a romantic stay here at the Grasmere House Hotel – we’ll lay on all you need to make sure there’s love in the air.

Join us from […]

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Mummers support Stars Appeal – A 40-year tradition raises over £20,000

March 4th, 2015|0 Comments

Dale Naug, General Manager of the Grasmere House Hotel, and his fellow Mummers collected over £600 with this year¹s performance of the annual mummers play.

Since 1974 the team have performed a play in local pubs […]

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Magna Carta and Us

February 10th, 2015|0 Comments

To mark the 800th anniversary of the signing of Magna Carta, bestselling historian David Starkey’s new book explores the Magna Carta and its influence on Britain today. He considers the historical background of Magna Carta, […]