Duke Of Marlborough
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDuke Of Marlborough Woodstock
You hope when you travel abroad that your accommodations will be clean, reasonable, enjoyable and friendly. You don't always get all four in one location, but we did with the Duke of Marlborough. When we started planning our second trip to England for 2014, one of the few requirements that we had was that we would return to Oxford and that, without question, we would stay at the Duke of Marlborough. We discovered this gem by accident on the road and were taken in by the pictures of the pub, the rooms and the rate. We were not disappointed. Derek and the staff were incredibly friendly, willing to help us with our trip plans, and made us feel welcome. The food (and drink) was fantastic and the rooms great. I cannot recommend The Duke of Marlborough highly enough; it became our "local" while we were there, and I know that we will be returning whenever we are back in England.
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The morning started with breakfast in the dining room at the Duke of Marlborough...the choices were cereal and milk, toast, yogurt, croissants..or full English breakfast of egg, ham, sausage and baked beans with a fried tomato. Tough call for some, but I am on vacation in a foreign country and therefore have little time for grains, dairy products …
... br> Given that it was our last day on the road, we felt it only right to visit the champagne bar for a glass of French bubbles before we headed off. The fire alarm was activated while we were there, so we had to quickly finish off our drinks before being evacuated! We are staying at Marguerite and Norman's again for a couple of nights, which has been a real treat: we get to sleep in a real bed for the first time in about 3 months! ...
... all around the house, plus formal gardens.
The Palace is famed as the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, Britain’s great wartime leader. We saw the Churchill Exhibition including the room where he was born in 1874. The display was very interesting, there were many of his letters to his parents and others, his history, his personal life, his experiences at Blenheim, the relationship with his grandmother the Duchess of Marlborough ...
... dressed - hot guy blue shirts, black pleated slacks, and patent leather shoes. Nice.) We arrived at Pembroke without incident, but then realized that since we had no cart we would have to make trip after trip from the street to our office to unload the books. We found this prospect totally unacceptable, so we had the cabbie park around the corner under our office windows and we passed the books up through the windows to our fellow deans and PAs. We ...
... staying in the old part over looking the road (opposite a pub - on a Friday night - just ask Gary about that one!!) and talk about corridors going every which way in the last place! This was crazier! The building itself was all crooked, with funny shaped doors and windows to match the gaps, but also the floors rolled away from you, the camber on the stair treds went the wrong way, there were hidden doors & rooms everywhere! The ...