Marlborough Travel guide
Marlborough : Michelin's recommendations
This ancient town is strategically placed on the London-Bath road. It is famous for its cattle market and its school, renowned since the 19C. The Marlborough Downs stretch out to the north, crossed by the Ridgeway Path and... dotted with flocks of sheep!
Tourist attractions Marlborough : Things to see and do
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High Street, which crosses the town from the Green to Marlborough College, is lined with pretty houses, all different, including two 17C posthouses (Castle and Ball, Sun Inn).
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Savernake Forest was where Norman and Tudor kings hunted boar and deer. Until, in the 18C, its 4000 acres were replanted by the famous landscape gardener Capability Brown (1715-83) with oak, ash, larch and thousands of beech trees. This magnificent f..
High Street GB - Marlborough
At the western end of the town, St Peter and St Paul's (now an art and crafts centre) was rebuilt in the 15C and entirely restored in the mid-19C.
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"Situated in the centre of Britain's widest high street, the Castle and Ball has had an interesting past. It occupies a site which has had an inn standing on it since the 15th Century.From 1745 to 1763 it was called the Antelope and was renamed ..
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Cosy, buzzy bistro with a loyal local following. Two rooms feature an eclectic range of memorabilia - including architects' plans and vineyard maps. The menu is equally as diverse, with dishes ranging from fishcakes to monkfish 'osso buco'.