This room includes a double bed with an en-suite bathroom, an LCD TV with a DVD player and tea & coffee making facilities.En-suite Bathroom, 36" LCD-TV, Tea & Coffee Making Facilities.
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Type Pub B&B
£60 - £90 per room per night
The Marlborough Head Inn is situated in the quiet country village of Dedham offering a cosy, friendly atmosphere and beautiful surroundings.
We offer accommodation for those who wish to stay for a while and take in some beautiful scenery. The Constable Suite, which has a magnificent four poster bed. The Munnings Room is a double bedroom & the Stour Room comprises of twin beds. All are en-suite.
Along with the beautiful surroundings the Marlborough Head Inn offers a cosy, friendly atmosphere, with two Bars and a Restaurant and a comfortable lounge area by an open log fire.
You can also enjoy our lovely beer garden in the Summer. The Marlborough Head Inn is ideal for functions such as wedding receptions and birthday parties, opening times are from 11.30am to 11pm. Food is served all day, everyday, except Sunday when the kitchen closes at 6pm
Why not sample our excellent Real Ales such as Nethergate Growler, Greene King IPA, and a Guest Ale changing every week. In July 2009 we were awarded the Cask Marque to prove it. As well we serve John Smiths, and also a variety of Lagers, Aspalls Suffolk Cyder on draft, Spirits & Fine Wines
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