Rent a holiday home, apartment or cottage in Marlborough from just £55 per night
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Our selection of filters can help you find the perfect holiday rental in Marlborough. Many holiday lettings in Marlborough provide internet or TVs, which makes it a wonderful destination if you need internet access during your holidays or you want to tune out with some TV time. Begin your holiday planning in advance if you love to grill out or you dislike handwashing dishes. There are just 1 properties listed providing barbecues and 4 rentals with dishwashers.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Marlborough
In Marlborough, many of the holiday properties in Marlborough are hotel rooms, which represent 68.82% of the properties on offer. The average size of hotel rooms in Marlborough is 19 m², and they cost, on average, £94 a night. Moreover, this specific type of residence tends to be an excellent option for couples and small groups, as the majority of hotel rooms are able to accommodate groups of 2. Holidaymakers looking for something else will also find many bed & breakfast rentals, which are the other most popular accommodation option in Marlborough. The average size of bed & breakfast rentals in Marlborough is 18 m² , and the average price is £99 per night.
Opt for a holiday cottage in Marlborough to discover the past
Stay in a traditional wooden lodge or a quaint thatched cottage in Marlborough, and you’ll be perfectly placed for exploring rural Wiltshire. Much of the area is environmentally protected, meaning there are miles and miles of peaceful walking trails for you to enjoy.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Marlborough?
Marlborough: 1,000-year-old trees and 17th-century treasures
Savernake Forest is a bit of what is left of Britain’s ancient forest. Home to a 1,000-year-old oak tree, the forest is a haven for nature lovers. However, it’s not all about hiking trails. Stroll up Marlborough's High Street, and you’ll find the Merchant’s House, a 17th-century home that is open to the public.
You could also head to the biweekly market in the town centre to stock up on fresh produce to take back to your Marlborough accommodation. Cook up a tasty, locally inspired meal.
Where are the unique attractions in Marlborough?
Discover ancient stones and antique shops on a day trip
If you can leave the delights of Marlborough, you won’t be disappointed. Just 15 minutes away by car is Pewsey Vale, which boasts pretty villages and walking trails. The Avebury Stone Circle is not far away, and the Neolithic tomb at West Kennet Long Barrow is well worth a visit. Head to Fyfield Down National Nature Reserve to see the striking warden stones, or check out the boutiques and antique shops in Hungerford.
What are the best events and festivals in Marlborough?
Jazz music or fairground fun: a holiday in Marlborough is a memorable one
For a small place, Marlborough has a jam-packed calendar. Every July, the town is awash with jazz music as the annual festival unfolds. Expect international acts as well as local stars. If you love books, head to Marlborough in September, when the Marlborough Literature Festival takes place.
For something a bit more traditional, try the Mop Fair, held every October. Here, you’ll find fairground rides galore, as well as street entertainment and family fun.
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