The Cosy Club in Salisbury is located in the heart of the city centre.
Just a couple of minutes walk from Salisbury’s magnificent Cathedral.
Behind the arts and crafts exterior of this wonderful Grade II listed former arts college there’s a real surprise in store with a large open-plan bar area opening onto a secluded terrace to the rear and a moody ground floor dining room to the side, which in turn has stairs that lead to a light and airy first floor dining room.
The duel-aspect bar area has high ceilings, reclaimed strip flooring, and is dominated by an impressive Art-Nouveau-inspired feature bar. The area is furnished with sink-into leather sofas, French club chairs, velvet pouffes, old boardroom chairs and cricket tables. There’s an eclectic mix of lighting including a pair of stonking French chandeliers above the bar and some cartouche lights reclaimed from a convent.
Leading from the bar area to the rear is a lovely, secluded 60-seater terrace complete with a southerly aspect and glimpses of Salisbury’s landmark cathedral.
Leading from the side of the bar area is a moody, oak panelled ground floor dining room that very much has the feel of an old gents club and is dominated by an impressive double-height gallery, complete with feature taxidermy wall, that floods the area with light. To the first floor is a light and airy dining room where the walls are adorned with all manner of oil paintings, flags, banners, and prints.
The dining areas can comfortably seat 120 diners and the whole venue has capacity for 300 guests.