Blue Barn B&B

Address: Ogbourne St George, Marlborough, Wiltshire, England, SN8 2NT, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Ogbourne St George, Marlborough, is near Savernake Forest, Kennet & Avon Canal, and Marlborough High Street.
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Pressing Onwards

A travel blog entry by katie.gentry on Jun 08, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... by a good and loving God? Since I've discovered that you don't, I'll be writing a 2000 word essay on the topic in a couple weeks. First, I've decided to explore Lewis's The Great Divorce and his views of Heaven and Hell. Further, how do you summarize the intricacies of the interaction of 17th century theologians and natural philosophers(scientists), especially when sometimes they are one and the same people? Once again, you don't. Such topics ...

Medicinal plants and a cabinet of curiosities

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Aug 29, 2013

76 photos

... so I went down to the Botanic Gardens, which are small but PACKED with stuff, and lovely. Gorgeous veggie and fruit garden, and a nice wild meadow, planted with things that they expect to become more prominent as Global Warming hits, and now all going prettily to seed. Also a lovely section of medicinal plants, which is why the Gardens were established in the first place - apparently as a source of medical plants for Medieval ...

Lots of Thatched Cottages

A travel blog entry by badefamily on Jul 04, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... of the actual village, and very quaint. Stopped in Oxford to have a wander around, the place was full of young people - students, and bicycles!
Found a B & B called The Old Forge which was quirky. We shared a family room and Jenn and Denn had a bed in a nook and it was a little short!
Went to dinner at a thatched pub called The Wagon and Wheels which was built in the 1600s and was featured in 'Pickwick ...

An absolutely dull day - which was quite nice

A travel blog entry by roemers on Dec 20, 2012

1 comment, 5 photos

... that she sells on Etsy. She was making markers for cupcakes today. She sold something last night to someone in Japan.

We'll be leaving in the morning for Wales and hope we'll be able to blog from there with more interesting days than today.

Thank you, Patrick Ritchie for telling us that those mysterious animals for sale were deer. The English deer are much shorter and furrier than those we are used to. They do like their venison here.

Be back soon.


A travel blog entry by sparsel on Apr 02, 2011

1 comment, 12 photos

... car or siren could be heard within the walls and tucked away in the alley. I felt the lack of noise a nice change. Anyway, i tried one of the tavern's own cask ales and it was great. A nice winter ale from Oxfordshire!

From this ancient relic, we decided to head to another pub that has seen many years. It was the King's Arms and was just a shirt walk from the Tavern. This was more of a lively pub but still nice. It had been around for ages as well. We decided ...

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