SIXTEENTH CENTURY CHARM
The No7 rooms are three delightfully set rooms in what is one of the oldest buildings in Marlborough.
This 16th-century gem of a building is one of the oldest in Marlborough and has a wonderful quaint English ambiance. The age of the building is reflected in its surroundings, with low beams and uneven floors and it is steeped in character and charm.There are three rooms with their own en-suite bathrooms and that all-important quintessential old English feeling. Very popular with our American visitors due to its unique appeal.
The uneven floors and ceilings, low oak beams made from the hulls of previous English Galleons all combine to make for that truly English experience. You will not find many places more quintessentially English than No7. Despite being such an old building we operate a very modern approach. With a digital key entry for the front door and key coded room doors. We provide these in advance of your visit and you are free to come and go as you please.
There is help at hand however with Karl and Lesia in the restaurant or Alina our Housekeeper at No8.
The Cadley Room
The largest of the rooms is set on the first floor at the front. The super-king French farmhouse style bed feels enormous & sumptuously comfortable. Have breakfast in your room, relax & watch TV or join us for dinner, Wed – Sat in the restaurant. Cadley has an ensuite shower & toilet but no bath & offers an additional day bed suitable for children & small adults. Also enjoy the communal shared living room (when available) with its large TV and deep comfy sofas to kick back & relax
The Kingsbury Room
The Kingsbury room is located up on the second floor again with its own ensuite bathroom and over bath shower. Its brass bed set in the pitched roof of the eaves with the curved beams, showing their undoubted 1,000 year age, invite you into this romantic hideaway tucked up in the roof. However, don’t be put off, far from being a an attic room, you get lovely views down towards Ramsbury and again that sense of English history.
The Preshute Room
The Preshute room is also located up on the second floor so ideal for families who want nearby rooms it works well with the Kingsbury. Again, with its own ensuite bathroom and over bath shower. It also benefits for a small pull out bed in its own private landing. Its brass bed and pitched roof and picture of Audrey Hepburn throw you back in time on a trip down memory lane.. A real favourite due to its light south facing aspect across the rooftops of Marlborough.