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Salisbury Pubs Showing The Cheltenham Festival – Deacons

Salisbury Pubs Showing The Cheltenham Festival – Deacons 

Deacons Salisbury is a friendly, independently owned free house pub a stone’s throw from Salisbury train station and a short walk from Salisbury Cathedral. The pub has a cosy traditional English interior, award-winning local real ales and a fantastic selection of great quality spirits and wines.

With a dedicated team are ready and waiting to serve you the perfect pint, whether you’re a local resident or day visitor to our famous city.

In the heart of Salisbury

Deacons  Salisbury is a 3-minute walk (0.1 miles) from Salisbury train station and a 10-minute walk (0.5 miles) from Salisbury Cathedral.

We are also the official pre and post-show pub for the City Hall and Playhouse, both of which are a 4-minute walk (0.2 miles) from the pub.

The team are passionate and dedicated to making sure the quality of our beer is the best in the City. Deacons is an approved Cask Marque pub achieving a score of 55/55 on our recent audit.

Being one of a handful of free house’s the Deacons Salisbury team can hand-pick all of the breweries they work with to ensure variety and quality.

Every day you will find four real ales on draught, with a particular focus on supporting local breweries. They also have an extensive range of continental lagers on draught, with craft bottles in the fridge.

Local Pubs In Salisbury – Deacons – A Massive Week Of Sport Ahead!

There’s a massive week of sport ahead at Deacons one of the best local pubs in Salisbury with the best of live football and rugby showing on their HD screens and not only that, they’ve been named Pub of the Year by Salisbury and South Wilts Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA)!


Order up your drinks and take your seats for  FA Cup football  as Chelsea take on Liverpool (7.45pm)


Sheffield Wednesday host Man City (7.45pm) and Tottenham v Norwich (7.45pm)


Six Nations Rugby returns  with England v Wales (4.45pm) and then Scotland v France (3pm)

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