The price is AU$154 per night from 25 May to 26 MayAU$154
25 May - 26 May
4.38 km from city centre
4.2/5 Very Good! (194 reviews)
"Traditional style pub accommodation. Very clean and nicely furnished room with comfortable beds. Our room was above the main bar facing the street, but excessive noise was not an issue. No breakfast but cafes on high street."
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Based on our travel expertise, Manor Farm B & B is a top 3-star property for history buffs booking on Expedia, and it features free breakfast and free parking. If you're interested in local history, another choice for your visit is Castle And Ball by Greene King Inns. Also, notable landmarks to visit include The Merchant's House Marlborough, Crofton Beam Engines and Avebury Manor. See more options for historical stays in Marlborough.
History buffs will enjoy exploring Marlborough, and visitors give high marks for the lively bar scene. Welcoming and quaint, this city attracts tourists with its gardens and cafes. Around the area, top sights include Stonehenge, North Wessex Downs and Swindon Designer Outlet. In Marlborough, there are 42 hotels and other accommodation options to choose from. Find out more about Marlborough.
"Traditional style pub accommodation. Very clean and nicely furnished room with comfortable beds. Our room was above the main bar facing the street, but excessive noise was not an issue. No breakfast but cafes on high street. "
A verified traveller from Swampscott stayed at The Green Dragon
"Misty mornings, a kettle, and two wonderful dogs that stopped in occasionally to make sure we were enjoying our stay. I cannot overstate how utterly perfect our stay was, other than being too short. Speaking of too short, if you are of above average height, you will find the ceilings quite low. My wife and I are most assuredly not of above average height, so it was a delightful novelty to be able to touch the ceiling.
Anyway, the property is half the building (the left half, if you're looking at the front), and the owner lives in the adjoining half. She was a great host, and her off the cuff suggestion to visit Avebury on our way back to London ended up being a highlight of our trip.
There is a nice wooded walk just a short distance up the hill past the playground, and the pub down the Who'd A Thought It pub--itself a gem--is a very short walk down the street. The property is not exactly *close* to anything, but it's *convenient* to an astonishing number of things, far too many to do in one short visit. Marlborough is an easy 10-minute drive for groceries, and the home has a small refrigerator, a full stove and oven, and a small dishwasher, as well as dishes, utensils, glasses, etc. No microwave. Internet access was fast and reliable, and we honestly didn't bother with turning on the TV so I can't report on that.
There are places you encounter in your life that ... fit. Something about them combines warm memories of where you're from with the most hopeful ideas of where you could be in the future. Staying at this property and everything around it was like that for me. It didn't just feel like home as much as it felt like what I wanted home to be. And, for the record, I would go back right this second if I could."
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