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Inns in Witney

The Marlborough
Market Square
Witney
Oxfordshire

OX28 6BH | View map

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Set in the historic market town of Witney, this former Georgian coaching inn overlooks the bustling town square. The Marlborough staff are the friendliest in town. We aim to please and we deliver fantastic service to meet your need Those wishing to explore will find a host of historic and beautiful places nearby to visit. Burford, Blenheim Palace, the Cotswolds and Oxford are all a short drive away. For the business traveller, a well-situated central location from which to base yourself.

The hotel offers comprehensive banqueting and conference facilities, with 23 bedrooms all equipped with en-suite bathrooms and designed with your personal need and comfort in mind. The Marlborough exudes a natural warmth and charm, ensuring a memorable visit. The Brasserie bar is the perfect place to sit and view the picturesque town square, which plays host to the local market on Thursdays and Saturdays. You will be warmly welcomed into this charming room where you can enjoy a quiet drink at the bar, or a relaxed meal in this informal setting. Our Chef's blackboards offer an extensive range of freshly prepared value for money meals that our certain to tempt the eye. We have live music in the Brasserie bar most weekends - suiting a variety of tastes, from good old rock and roll to traditional Irish knees ups.

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