Where to Stay
Marlborough provides good-standard hotel and bed and breakfast accommodation and the following are all in the town centre although by no means a definitive list. For overnight stays, or longer, there is a mix of options in the town and surrounding area: bed & breakfast, pubs with rooms, hotels, self-catering, camping and caravan parks. Search for your needs, including pet-friendly options, at VisitWiltshire's website.
The Bear Hotel, located on the corner of The Parade and High Street, directly opposite the Town Hall, has eight very reasonably priced rooms, all of which are located upstairs. Further down The Parade, about 100 metres away from the centre of the town,The Lamb Inn (7 upstairs rooms).
On the south side of the High Street, about 150 metres from the Town Hall, you find The Green Dragon (5 upstairs rooms).
Further along the south side of the High Street, The Merlin offers 10 upstairs rooms. On the north side, visitors have the choice of The Marlborough on the corner of Hyde Lane and High Street (5 upstairs rooms); popular with those visiting the college, it has a Bistro and open fires.
The Castle & Ball Hotel, (37 rooms), a large former coaching inn, has recently been refurbished. As well as hotel-style accommodation, the Castle & Ball offers comfortable surroundings and a welcoming atmosphere.
Just round the corner from the Town Hall you'll find No 7 in Kingsbury Street - bar, kitchen and rooms
Accommodation just out of town, that includes easy access for those with mobility problems are:
Two miles out of town off the Mildenhall/Axford Road: Poulton Grange (which has ramps giving access to its 5 cabins)
In Ogbourne St. George:The Inn With The Well (4 rooms ground foor and 2 access for wheelchair users), Parklands Hotel (2 ground foor rooms) & The Sanctuary (3 rooms, ground foor rooms).
There is a camping and caravan site at Postern Hill Campsite in Savernake Forest (toilets, no showers).
This is not a definitive list and you can find further details of registered accommodation on the following sites
www.marlboroughwiltshire.co.uk/ and many establishments have their own websites.