Shears Inn

Inn in Marlborough, Wiltshire

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Cadley Road, Collingbourne Ducis

Shears Inn, Marlborough

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The shears inn is set in the midst of the rolling Wiltshire countryside, 15 minutes from Marlborough and 20 mins from Salisbury. We offer ensuite accommodation on a B & B basis in our 6 ensuite rooms.

The traditionally thatched building dates back to the 18th century. There is also a sunny garden terrace where meals can be taken ‘al-fresco’. Convenient for business, visiting local sites (Stonehenge, Salisbury plain and the Savernake forest are minutes away) or just getting away for the weekend.

We offer an environment where you can eat top quality food, drink in relaxed surroundings or stay in one of our comfortable rooms. Marlborough is situated in the UK between the towns of Hungerford and Calne on the old coaching route midway between London and Bristol. The Marlborough area is steeped in history from Neolithic times onwards and makes a perfect base from which to explore the beautiful English county of Wiltshire.

A full range of shops can be found in the town, Marlborough is a market town and market days are officially on Wednesday and Saturday although market stalls are set up in the middle of the High Street on most days.

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From: £60.00

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