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Hotels in Marlborough
Occupying a beautiful location within the North Wessex Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, lies the vibrant market town of Marlborough. Here you'll find picturesque narrow lanes, half-timbered cottages and a fantastic array of shops, pubs and restaurants. There are numerous local attractions to enjoy and the surrounding countryside has an incredible amount to offer those who love nothing more than fresh air and stunning views. Why not take a look at the wide selection of Marlborough hotels listed here on the website if you're searching for accommodation in the area.
Head down High Street on a Wednesday or Saturday and you'll come across the town's excellent street market. Gifts, local crafts and fresh produce can all be found here. Marlborough also holds regular continental markets during the summer months.
The Merchant's House, also on High Street, is a fantastic example of the town's historic architecture and certainly worth visiting. Wander through the 350-year-old property that once belonged to a prosperous silk merchant, before strolling through the house's garden.
There are plenty of opportunities to keep fit in and around Marlborough. Walking routes, cycle paths and horse riding trails crisscross the North Wessex Downs, and you're guaranteed to quickly fall in love with the distinctive character and natural beauty of the area.
Marlborough hosts a great mix of artistic, sporting and cultural events throughout the year, and it's well worth timing your visit to coincide with one of the town's festivals.
Highlights include Marlborough International Jazz Festival, a celebration of music that happens every July, and Marlborough Literature Festival, which runs annually in September or October.
Eating and drinking
There's a fantastic selection of pubs, cafés and restaurants to choose from in the centre of town and the surrounding area. Coles Bar & Restaurant is known for its Mediterranean and British cuisine, while Godots brasserie is worth visiting for its steaks and daily seafood specials. Just down the road is Raj Indian Cuisine, which offers a variety of authentic Indian and Bangladeshi dishes.
Silks on the Downs, a gastropub located on the A346 to the north of town, is well worth considering for its modern British menu. The Who'd a Thought It in the nearby village of Lockeridge is another friendly country pub serving classic dishes.
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