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The Welington Arms, Marlborough - pub details

Address: 48 High St, Wellington Arms, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 1HQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31634) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 8 users)
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Sun Inn, Marlborough (0.1 miles), Green Dragon, Marlborough (0.2 miles), Lamb Inn, Malborough (0.3 miles), Roebuck, Marlborough (0.3 miles)

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It's been quite a few years since I was last in Marlborough. I made a return visit on market day and tried a third pub on the High Street. This one is at the southern end. It's clearly an old building (18th century apparently). Doom Bar & 6X were the regular ales with Ramsbury Gold available as a guest. No real cider was available. Service was friendly. A TV was showing the Wimbledon ladies' final. I can't remember what the Marlborough and the Green Dragon were like. But you can do a half decent crawl along the length of the High Street here.
blue_scrumpy - 10 Jul 2016 13:20
The Ramsbury Gold here was superb, service was prompt and very friendly, and the meal we had was lovely. The pub itself has a large bar area, with a lower seating/dining area leading to the beer garden.

Punters consisted of tourists and locals, ranging from the 'well orf' to the 'down at heel'. It doesn't seem that upmarket, a bit like an extension to the local Ladbrokes. However, there's a nice friendly atmosphere, which with the wonderful beer is just what you want from a pub.
Moz - 25 May 2012 21:11
good choice of well kept beers friendly effecient staff a good find
johnsullivan - 23 Apr 2012 07:52
Marlborough is the the kind of town that the recession does not seem to have hit. An archetypical English market town � a place where coins were minted in Norman times, Tudor kings hunted for deer and where coaches heading west from London stopped to feed and water their horses. Most towns have a claim to fame and here it's reputed to have the second widest high-street in Britain. It's a great town to wander round and you're spoilt for pubs with great architecture. The 'Wellington' is no exception. White painted with bay windows, it's set on two levels with a small beer garden (5 bench's) surrounded by old buildings. Large flat screen telly in the main bar and 'background music. It's been tastefully refurbished showing exposed beams and wooden floors. Jovial bar staff add to the warm feeling. Wadworths 6x and Bass Premium was on hand pump and I tried the local 'Ramsbury Gold' a golden smooth 4.5%ABV beer which is also used in a local sausage. On the menu, weekly specials are Wednesday Bangers & mash �5.95- Friday Fish & chips �5.95- Saturday Rump steak �7.95. The weekly specials board was extensive! Sundays is 'pub quiz' night. A 'pub crawl' round this town would leave you 'leg less' and I enjoyed my short stay. '
BARRY2771 - 22 Dec 2010 16:34
Better alternative to the Sun across the road, didn't eat but Ramsbury was good and staff offered friendly service.
Pub isn't too big but with a small fire was cosy enough, would be happy to visit again.
BarnesXV - 3 Dec 2007 16:21

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