£89 for a two-night stay for two at The Lazy Cow Hotel & Steak & Ale House (Salisbury), worth up to £240 – includes a bottle of wine on arrival – save up to 63% with KGB
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£89 for a two-night stay for two at The Lazy Cow Hotel & Steak & Ale House (Salisbury), worth up to £240 – includes a bottle of wine on arrival – save up to 63% with KGB

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Found 21st Jun 2011
Great price and a fantastic place to stay. Works out just over £22pnpp.
need to know
Save 63% on a two-night stay for two people
Includes a bottle of wine on arrival
Near Salisbury’s historic cathedral and city centre
what & why
We're blending the old and the new. The very old in fact, with a cathedral that dates back to medieval times Salisbury is the perfect place for a historic break. With an array of attractive parks and gardens, there are plenty of spots to cosy up to that special someone too. Which is why we’ve found the perfect romantic retreat just for you. Close to the city’s historic buildings, with its own luxury bedrooms and an impressive restaurant, you’ll have plenty of reasons to go out or stay in.

For just £89 you can enjoy a two-night break at the stylish Lazy Cow Hotel & Steak & Ale House and save 63% on the normal price of £240. What’s more, you’ll be welcomed with a complimentary bottle of red or white wine on arrival. Chocolates and flowers can also be arranged for an additional fee if you really want to get in the good books.

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Original Poster

Please put Salisbury’s in the topic,

This could be anywhere

amibees

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"Issue at the Lazy Cow is there's no car parking, so you have to resort to pay and display"

amibees

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Huh??? Salisbury is no where near Warwick... think you have the wrong hotel.

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I stayed at this hotel on a Saturday night. To be honest, the hotel is very cool and with very nice room......however, because there is a bar downstairs, unless you are joining the fun, it could be a very noisy night late into the early hours of the morning. Perhaps if you stay there during weekdays......it would be quieter

Hmm it looks like the Salisbury one isn't even open until July: lookingfortlc.co.uk/

ITS NOT OPEN YET.
I can see it from my window.

Hi Hadouken , I am looking to book a couple of nights at the Lazy Cow and I assume you live close to it.Is there any parking nearby or any other places to book into instead?

Yeah, lots after 7pm at night until 9am - plenty of council car parks in 2 min walking distance.

it's open now
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