We have limited parking spaces which are gate protected. Advanced reservations are required and cost £15 per space, per night. Available from check in to check out. If you’re looking for hotels in Salisbury with electric charging points, we have two of them! If you need to use one of our EV charging points, just let us know in advance.
Scratch cards can be obtained from reception. These can be used in all car parks in Salisbury including the short stay car park on Brown Street directly behind the hotel. They last for 24 hours per card and are placed on the dashboard of the car. Several cards can be placed on the dashboard if the car is parked for more than one day. Scratch cards are sold at £10 per card and can be charged to your room account.
BROWN STREET SHORT STAY CAR PARK
This car park is directly behind the hotel.
Monday to Friday – Parking charges apply from 8am to 6pm.
Maximum of 3 hours only, no return within 4 hours.
Unrestricted free parking from 6pm until 8am.
1 Hour £1.60
2 Hours £2.80
3 Hours £4.70
Sunday FREE (3 hour maximum stay still applies from 10am – 4pm)
A ticket can be purchased after 6pm which will roll over until the next day. Maximum 3 hours.
CULVER STREET LONG STAY CAR PARK
This car park is in the next block from the hotel. Drive past the front of the hotel, straight over the traffic lights (Brown Street cross roads) and Culver Street Car Park is the second turning on the right.
Payable from 8am to 3pm, including Bank Holidays
1 Hour £1.10
2 Hours £2.20
3 Hours £3.30
4 Hours £4.50
5 Hours £5.50
All day £8.90
Free for blue badge holders
Unrestricted free parking from 3pm until 8am
A ticket can be purchased after 6pm which will roll over until the next day.
There is a disabled space available outside the hotel. Maximum stay of 3 hours. Culver Street and Brown Street offer free parking for blue badge holders. No restrictions. The hotel is not liable for any charges incurred due to parking or changes to the car parking prices and restrictions. The car parks are operated by Wiltshire Council.
On 21st October 2020 ‘People Friendly Salisbury’ was launched, which is a scheme that gives pedestrians and cyclists priority between certain times of the day, and several streets in the city centre are restricted for use by through traffic.
Access to certain motorised vehicles will still be allowed, including emergency vehicles, buses, taxis and tourist coaches.
Find out all the details and see a map showing which streets are restricted here: