Had lunch here last week . This is the oldest pub in Marlborough. The food is great started with soup of the day which was a meal in its self my wife had a chilli andI had a steak and ale pie again good sized...More
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What a lovely bunch of staff and a proper English pub with great food (Sunday roast or pheasant all gluten free too...i was spoiled for choice)By chance picked The Lamb for a mid way reunion, but our friends were delayed by an hour and a...More
What a pub 5 star all the way Visited this old English traditional pub recently for some afternoon drinks and was very impressed with the vast drink selection on offer . The bar staff were friendly and helpful and the service was exceptional , a...More
Good lunchtime menu with a choice of hot food and sandwiches. Excllent local ales. Situated just off the centre of Marlborough there is plenty of parking nearby. The cosy interior is ideal for a quiet lunch.
Off the beaten track, but very close to the High Street; unexpectedly good and also very good value, with excellent home cooking served quickly (we were a group of 10). All in the party enjoyed their various meals, with good beer and friendly service. Will...More
As above, best Ploughmans I've ever had and for £9 is brilliant value. My partner had a delicious rump and my god what a rarity, homemade onion rings. You get the feeling the owners care, the food is great and not a rip off. Gorgeous...More
Had chosen this hostelry to stay with friends based on a glowing 'Main' entry in Good Pub guide. Excellent choice of beer, cider and most welcoming team. However the bedrooms in the main building were a little 'tired' and needed some tender loving care and...More
Been visiting this pub for the 12 years I've been visiting Marlborough. First with my dog ( now passed away) a for the last 4 years on my own.