The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
A traditional pub with cosy interior and a real fire to keep you warm in winter. Outside there's a choice of covered seating areas and a large garden, perfect for al fresco dining.
With extensive parklands, adventure activities and a sandy beach, this is a great place for a day out with all the family. Ticket entry includes parking, access to the beach, kids play area and the parkland. See their website for other activities and to book tickets.
This fabulous forest has miles of tracks and footpaths to explore and parking is free. As a Special Site of Scientific Interest you will find a great variety of wildlife and one of the country's oldest trees, the Big Bellied Oak, on the side of the A346.
Marlbourough is a pretty town with characterful buildings and a good selection of boutiques, tea houses and indenpendent shops. The High Street runs the length of the town and is noted to be the widest in the UK. A twice weekly market takes place, the perfect opportunity to shop for local produce.
Bringing a taste of the sea to Wiltshire, Rick Stein's is a place to enjoy the freshest of fish in great surroundings.
Centrally located, the Royal Oak is a popular pub with traditional features and wooden floors. The beer garden is ideal for warmer weather and the pub is open daily from 11am.
The Castle & Ball is centrally located in Marlborough and offers a cosy, elegant interior alongside a large rear beer garden. Food is served daily and Sunday roast is also available.
Visit this beautifully restored 17th Century silk merchant's house for a trip back in time. See their website for events and opening times.
The Bear is a traditional pub, centrally located on the High Street. With real ales and a good slecton of wines this is a great place to stop off for refreshments.
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