The Bear

Historic Inn in Marlborough, Wiltshire

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1 High Street

The Bear, Marlborough

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Dating from the 15th century this traditional town centre pub with rooms is 13 miles from Swindon and 8.9 miles from junction 15 of the M4.

Dating from the 15th century The Bear is an authentic addition to a historic market town. On the River Kennet Marlborough is home to one of the widest high streets in Britain offering a cast space for regular markets which still occur to this date. Traditional elements of the hotel create a homely atmosphere.

The recently refurbished bedrooms are in keeping with the hotels history but with additional modern comforts. The bar area has also been refurbished and offers a traditional English menu accompanied by real ales premium lagers and fine wines perfect after a busy day exploring the area. Food served 11am - 8pm Monday to Saturday Sunday Service from 11am - 4pm

 3 star rating

From: £49.00

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