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Ivy House Hotel
High Street
Marlborough
Wiltshire

SN8 1HJ | View map

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The Ivy House Hotel is situated in the High Street of the market town of Marlborough Wiltshire. The Hotel is a fine example of a grade II listed Georgian building and offers many architectural and decorative features which reflect its 300 year history as well as the modern luxuries discerning guest would expect.Privately owned, the hotel and award winning restaurant offers a personal service in a unique setting full of history and charm. The 28 bedrooms are all en-suite and are individually styled with tradition in mind. Communal rooms are similarly furnished with Georgian period fixtures. The Churchill Suite and the Lounge offer an opportunity to relax and indulge yourself by the fire with delicious afternoon teas prepared by our very own in house pastry chef. The hotel is the perfect place to stay with family or friends where you are ideally situated to explore the surrounding attractions such as Avebury, Silbury Hill, Stonehenge, Bath and Oxford or simply relax in one of our many public rooms or the sun terrace followed by an evening of fine dining.The hotel has a FREE car park for residents and 2 large meeting rooms which are ideal for weddings, family occassions, corporate meetings and private dining.

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