Eat and Stay in Marlborough, Wiltshire

on 22 March 2016.

Marlborough eat stay

Looking for restaurants, pubs cafes and bars? Maybe a hotel or a B&B? There are no shortage of great places to eat and stay, rest your weary bones and fill your boots in the loveliest town in Wiltshire, often under the same roof. There are no shortage of great places to eat and stay, rest your weary bones and fill your boots in the loveliest town in Wiltshire, often under the same roof. There are a wide range of options: for those who don't want to stay in town there are a selection of farmhouses you can rent and some lovely b&bs on the outskirts. The town centre is compact enough that everything you might want will be within walking distance and you can chose from pubs with accommodation to some very upmarket bed and breakfasts and even a few smart hotels, Marlborough has a range to suit all tastes and budgets.

EAT AND DRINK.

Here you are really spoiled for choice and can take your pick from organic deli-style cafes, coffee shops, tea rooms, gastro pubs, ethnic restaurants and for when you've spent too long in the pub, a few fast food joints.

SHOPPING

Marlborough is a seriously good shopping destination and it would not be difficult to divest yourself of the entire contents of your wallet during a gentle stroll along its pavements. To start with, it's the look of the place: Marlborough's HIgh Street is fantastically well-maintained and all its shops look inviting and beautifully styled. It has the perfect blend of a few reputable chains sitting cheek by jowl with some stylish independent stores selling books, gifts, country wear, shoes, clothing and plenty of other beautiful pieces you never knew you needed.

But you don't need a fortune to come home with bags swinging - due to its location in affluent Wiltshire the charity shops can yield up some intensely satisfying bargains.

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