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Duke of Marlborough
A44 @ Woodleys
Woodstock
Oxfordshire

OX20 1HT | View map

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Nestled just minutes from the hustle and bustle of the historic town of Woodstock, our hotel, close to Blenheim Palace, is a gem of Great British inns.

Our new hotel annex brings high quality accommodation to Woodstock. We are fully equipped for the business traveller and ideally situated for exploring the stunning surrounding countryside and tourist hot spots. Through serving beautifully prepared and presented dishes time after time, with seemingly effortless ease, this delightful pub has earned an excellent reputation. For younger guests, our large beer garden will provide a safe and secure environment to explore and enjoy. Accommodation for those wishing to stay with helpful staff, with the time and experience to take the headaches out of organising any event. We cater for any type of function and are always on hand to discuss your requirements. Since opening we have consistently gained either 4 diamonds or 4-star inn awards from the tourist board, the AA and the RAC. We are also featured in the Johansens Guide.

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