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B and Bs in Newark

Ragnall House
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Ragnall

Newark
Nottinghamshire

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Located in Nottinghamshire, a short distance from Lincoln in a small village on the River Trent, Ragnall House offers an ideal location for a relaxing bed and breakfast.

There is a pub within walking distance of the bed and breakfast nearby which serves excellent food in good surroundings, additionally a self catering area is provided within the bed & breakfast with a microwave.

Our bed & breakfast is easily accessed by the A57, just off the main A1 trunk route, with Lincoln (15mins) Nottingham (45mins) Leeds (55mins) London (120mins). The North East line train service runs into nearby Retford (10mins).

Attractions are plentiful near the bed & breakfast accommodation, Lincoln, famous for its historic Cathedral, steep shopping streets and Christmas Market, Newark historic city with Castle, Summer boat trips and world renowned Newark antiques fair, Robin Hood's Sherwood Forest. There is so much to do in the area with Southwell Cathedral, Laxton. Visitor attractions near the accommodation...>>>

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