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Old Coach House Motel
1 Church Lane
North Kyme

Lincoln
Lincolnshire

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The Old Coach house nestles in the centre of the small village of North Kyme. Situated on the main a153 Skegness road. Ideal for business or pleasure, in the heart of Lincolnshire.

The Old Coach house Motel offers twelve comfortable en-suite rooms, ideal for business or pleasure. Offering modern amenities with a high standard of service. Part of the building dates back to 1760, built as a stop over for weary travellers making their way from London to Lincoln. The old house has been lovingly refurbished to the highest standard, offering today's travellers a warm and friendly welcome from your hosts Barbara & Martyn Grice. All rooms are centrally heated and offer full en-suite facilities. Being well appointed and comfortable with colour television, tea and coffee welcoming tray and hair dryer; in fact everything you would expect from a 4-diamond highly recommended establishment, awarded by the East of England Tourist Board. Evening meals are usually available by request (pre-booked) with a wide choice of home cooked meals including vegetarian options, which are served in our fully licensed bistro style restaurant.
North Kyme is ideally situated between Lincoln and Boston and only twenty minutes from the beautiful town of Woodall Spa, with its world class golf course and famous woodland walks.

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