If you are looking for a hotel or guest House in Marlborough and want to be near the famous High Street yet enjoy the tranquillity of the countryside, Orchard Close B&B offers just such accommodation with a welcoming personal touch.
A warm welcome and comfortable surroundings mean you can really relax here whether on business or on holiday exploring the area. Many of our guests come back time and time again, knowing they will enjoy the same high standard of care and that our willingness to 'go that extra mile' for our guests will make their stay and yours a truly enjoyable experience.
Business or Pleasure; Our Guest House bed and breakfast accommodation is ideal if you want a place to stay while on business or need a base from which to explore the wonderful Wiltshire countryside surrounding Marlborough, although from here the Cotswolds, Bath and even London itself are comfortable distances to travel.
Home Comforts; At Orchard Close B&B we'll send you off, after a hearty breakfast to enjoy your day - whether it be working or exploring - and when you return, put your feet up and enjoy a slice of
homemade cake and a refreshing cup of tea. There is a fridge to chill your wine/beer and if you prefer to stay in and enjoy a take away meal from one of the many delightful restaurants nearby, you are
welcome to eat it in the dining room. Then it's off again to savour more of the delights of Marlborough and the surrounding area or it is only a few short steps to a warm and comfy bed … to sleep, to dream.
'THE MINIMUM BOOKING IS 2 NIGHTS FOR 2016'
'Thank you for a most enjoyable comfortable stay - lovely to be back' - Ruth, County Down, N Ireland (Mar 2015)
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The High Street has a wide range of shops and eating places including many independently owned coffee shops which provide good opportunity to stop relax and watch the world go by. There are several pubs and restaurants for lunch or evening meals.
St Peter’s Church at the Marlborough College end of the High Street serves coffees, teas and lunches and the Craft shop inside is well worth a visit. The High Street is also home to the Merchant House, one of the finest 17th century homes open to visitors in the country.
Marlborough College situated at the West end of the town has many famous alumni namely John Betjeman, and more recently Kate Middleton who is now Duchess of Cambridge . More on Marlborough here
Wiltshire is famous for its chalk hills and carved White Horses several of which can be viewed around the Marlborough area. The Ridgeway National Trail starts nearby - the trail is 87 miles (139km) in length and takes you through stunning, unspoilt Wiltshire countryside.
Only a short ride away is the pretty village of Lacock, where the Cranford Chronicles, parts of Harry Potter and The Other Boleyn were filmed. Lacock village, its Abbey and the Fox Talbot Museum are all owned by the National Trust.
Marlborough is an ideal base from which to visit Salisbury, Bath, Oxford and The Cotswolds with the M4 less than 20 minutes away. A half hour car ride gets you to Swindon, where you can find the famous Steam Museum which takes you through the story of the Great Western Railway and situated next to it - imaginatively built into the old GWR great engine workshops is the popular and well visited Swindon Designer Outlet where over 90 top name retailers and stores sell a range of fashion and goods with up to 60% discount off RRP.
So do come and stay at our B&B Guest House Hotel in Marlborough. We are sure you will be charmed and delighted by your time with us. We look forward to welcoming you.