Haredown Farm Bed and Breakfast
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Haredown Farm Bed and Breakfast Marlborough
Travel Blogs from Marlborough
... private rooms used sometimes by Royalty and for really special occasions, a very special afternoon, a once in a lifetime time treat. Chris had arranged to be at our meeting spot with the bus at 4 pm and we were taken back to the hotel for an evening of leisure. I had no interest in any more food so had a quiet evening in my room, thinking about the lovely day I had just had. Tomorrow, bags out by 7.30 and off in the bus at 9.30 on to our next stop, Hampton ...
London tube strike caused issues and car arranged by Tom turned up three hours late so took the. Total of six hours after landing to arrive. Did washing and walked to angel on canal. Stopped at coffee shop and had beautiful ricotta cheese balls like a gnocchi dish with sage butter and Parmesan. Took picture and Pam dropped her white fleece without realising. Not to be seen again. Off to Vodafone for nick and then drink at the York. Walked home and more washing. Gin and tonics ...
... have a coffee. The Balliol College was open so went to have a look around its pretty gardened grounds and ancient gothic buildings. The college dates back to 1263 and lays claim to being the oldest college in Oxford standing on the grounds given by its benefactor. We decided to finish the rest of the bus tour and caught the bus which now took us over the river Cherwell and to another side of the city. Back in the main centre ...
Off and running early this morning, after the most wonderful shower ever to be had - courtesy of the lounge at Heathrow Airport. Picked up the hire car, sorted the morning traffic out of London and made it to Oxford in time for the first walking tour. Had a lovely time stretching our legs while we took in New ...
I had my first encounter with a hedgehog this morning as we returned from Marlborough. He was lying dead in the road as we drove by so after asking to stop I moved his body into the bushes, shedding a tear for him as I said goodbye. His body was intact and still warm and as I lifted him up I could feel the prickliness of his tiny ...