On 29-10-2010 barry2771 said :
"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. "
On 21-2-2010 orbilius said :
"Had lunch here recently - good quality pub fare, a little slow to arrive. Well-kept pint of Ramsbury. Pleasant welcome."
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The pub, Wellington Arms, has not yet been surveyed. Here's a document containing the data we need: Survey data (in .zip format).
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