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Greenwood Lodge City Guest House
Third Avenue
Sherwood Rise

Nottingham
Nottinghamshire

NG7 6JH | View map
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Greenwood Lodge City Guest House is the home of Sue and Doug Pearse. This fine Victorian House is situated less than a mile from the city centre, in a quiet location. Having received a Gold Award from the English Tourist Board, you are assured of the highest standards. All rooms are en-suite, with TV, hairdryer, trouser press and hospitality tray. Each bedroom is individually decorated and furnished with many antiques. Breakfasts are served in our conservatory in eloquent gardens.

There are many fine attractions within a short distance including Chatsworth House, Belvoir Castle, Nottingham Castle and Sherwood Forest.

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Ratings/Awards: ETB 5 Star Gold Award
Johansens accredited
Number of Rooms: 6 (3x4 poster)
Number Ensuite: 6

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: £80 - £95
Twin: £80
Single: £47.50 - £62.50
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome - Over 10 years
Licensed
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - all
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
TV in Rooms
Garden

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