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George Hotel
71 St Martins

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The George of Stamford is one of England's greatest coaching inns. It retains the charm and atmosphere of its long history yet offers today's guests every modern comfort. In recent years the hotel has been modernised, but great care has been taken not to destroy its interesting historical features. Much of the most recent work of modernisation and decoration has been restoration. Luxurious bedrooms, a cuisine to satisfy the most exacting tastes and a truly warm welcome make The George an ideal stopping point for tourists and businessmen alike. The cellars are a source of great pride, where wine of the finest quality is stored under ideal conditions in vaults which date back to the earliest days of the foundation.


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Price Includes: Morning Tea & Newspaper, Full English Breakfast, WiFi internet access & VAT
Double: From £195
Twin: From £195
Single: From £120
Classic, Superior, Suite
Suite: From £230 - Junior Suite from £260
Four Poster: From £290
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