Situated in the picturesque rural north-east of Wiltshire, and surrounded by the stunning North Wessex Downs National Landscape, Marlborough offers a unique blend of modern attractions and rich heritage. This historic market town provides visitors with a range of enticing independent shops and chic cafes, combined with a selection of nearby walks. Marlborough displays a vibrant colour all year round, with its rich reds and golds in the Autumn, and vibrant purples from the bluebells in Spring. Plan your next visit to Marlborough with our Top Things to Do below…

Avebury Stone Circle Mist

Avebury Stone Circle

A short distance from Marlborough is the iconic Avebury Stone Circle, the largest of its kind in the world! Part of the famous World Heritage Site with Stonehenge, Avebury is open to the public all year round. Get up close to the stones as you explore the surrounding landscape, featuring ancient tombs and stone avenues. Situated across fields and farms since the Bronze Age, you may also spot a sheep or two!

Head into the small village of Avebury to find the Manor House and Gardens. Owned by the National Trust, explore the lives and stories of the house’s many owners as they are brought to life through interior design of different historical periods.

St Peter’s Church

St Peter’s Church is a 15th Century building showcasing an extensive Victorian restoration from the 19th Century, with historic links dating back more than 500 years! While no longer a religious institution, the church is now managed by a charitable trust, offering locals and visitors the chance to learn about its past through self-guided tours. Explore one of the best views of Marlborough by climbing the 137 steps to the top. This experience is by appointment only.

Rick Stein

Marlborough is home to a range of eateries including the award-winning Rick Stein restaurant. Bringing coastal charm to the town, here you can enjoy a combination of classic dishes and excellent wines as you enjoy a selection of iconic seafood dishes. It doesn’t stop there, the menu also caters to all food lovers, with options ranging from steak, chicken to vegetarian dishes.

The Merchant’s House

One of the finest 17th Century middle-class homes is The Merchant’s House, built following the Great Fire of Marlborough in 1653. Located on the High Street, this home contains a wealth of period features, paintings, and artefacts. Throughout the season, there are demonstrations of costume making, needlework and historic paint conservation.

Westbury White Horse Paradlyder

Wiltshire White Horses

A few of Wiltshire’s famous white horses can be found near Marlborough including Hackpen, Alton Barnes, Pewsey and Marlborough’s very own, the oldest of all. These white horses have become iconic landmarks and can be spotted carved into the hillsides surrounding Marlborough.

Places to Stay in Marlborough

Marlborough offers a range of unique places to stay in and around its town. From cottages and barns to quaint B&B’s…

Buckerfields Barn

Located just outside the market town is Buckerfields Barn, created on an old farmyard, now featuring 4 self-catering apartments. Surrounded by lovely gardens including a small plant nursery, this quaint accommodation is perfect for a weekend trip to Marlborough.

Kingsbury No.7 & No.8

Located very close to the centre of Marlborough is The Kingsbury @ No7 & No8, a sumptuous designer Boutique Hotel style B&B featuring beautifully decorated rooms. The building at No7 dates back to the 17th Century and its three rooms maintain their original features including their fabulous beams. No8 has seven rooms including a “Master Suite” with its four-poster bed and indulgent bathroom. The Kingsbury has set the standard of finest accommodation in Marlborough and is a go to choice for visitors.

Postern Hill Campsite

Postern Hill Campsite

Set within the idyllic ancient Savernake Forest, Postern Hill Campsite allows you to truly immerse yourself in nature with lush woodlands all around. There are miles of cycle and walking trails, connecting you to the wider 4,500-acre forest. On-site, dogs are welcome and there is a toilet block with hot and cold running water. Showers are available at a nearby leisure centre, offered at a reasonable price for campers.

Silbury House

If you are looking to visit the Avebury Stone Circle, be sure to stay at Silbury House, a grade 2 listed former manse offering visitors a warm welcome, comfortable accommodation, and an unbeatable experience to stay amongst the 6,000-year-old World Heritage Site. Silbury House is conveniently situated opposite the Red Lion public house and rooms all have unique views of the stones and surrounding landscape.

Stables at Manor Farm

Enjoy a self-catering break on a working farm when you stay in Marlborough this season. The Stables at Manor Farm consists of two cottages, The Stables Cottage, and The Hen House, each include ground floor en-suite bedrooms, open plan kitchen, dining and living rooms. This is an ideal place to stay if you are looking to explore surrounding landscapes, with the Kennet and Avon Canal, Wilton Windmill and Savernake all within two miles.

Plan your visit to Marlborough this season…




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