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Seahorses Care Home

Seahorses Care Home (six miles from Marlborough) provides respite and long term care for older people with dementia.

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Godots Restaurant

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We Love Marlborough
Thomas Wolsey

Thomas Wolsey — ordained a priest in Marlborough, 1498.

Marlborough, in the north east corner of Wiltshire, is the archetypical English market town.

In 1086, Marlborough was recorded in the Domesday Book as 'Merleberge'. In later years it was a place where coins were minted, Tudor kings hunted for deer and coaches heading west from London stopped to feed and water their horses. It would seem therefore, that the town was at the heart of things in days gone by.

Although Britain's coins are now manufactured in London, the coaches fill up with diesel and venison comes straight from one of the town's splendid butchers, Marlborough still has something of a cosmopolitan buzz about it.

There's plenty of accommodation, excellent shopping and a wide choice of places to eat and things to do, making the town an ideal destination for a long or short break at any time of the year.

On Saturdays and Wednesdays the High Street hosts a market selling all kinds of stuff from locally produced meat and vegetables, to pots, plants, pashminas and pottery. A number of continental markets also descend on the town, but mainly in the summer months.

And when you contact any of the businesses on this website, please mention that you found them through www.marlboroughwiltshire.co.uk. Thank you.

(There is no Tourist Information Centre in Marlborough, but you should be able to find all you need to know about the town on this website.)

Welcome to Marlborough!

Images courtesy of: Brian Marshall, Peter Banyard, Anguskirk, Derek Harper, Jim Champion

Talmage Hose B&B

Movies, livescreenings and theatre in Marlborough

Marlborough Jazz Festival Marlborough Food & Drink Festival

Superior accommodation in the heart of Marlborough's famous High Street. The Merlin Tel 01672 512151

Marlborough Open Studios

The Guild of Wiltshire Artists are holding their Summer Art Exhibition from 21st - 27th June 2015 at St. Peter's Church, High Street, Marlborough SN8 1HQ In addition to framed paintings, there will be a display of postcard size sketches and artworks. These small originals have proved to be very popular with visitors and will again be available for just £5 each. Opening times: Sunday, 21st June 12 noon – 4 pm; Monday 22nd to Saturday 27th June 10 am – 4.30 pm Free entry