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The Black Swan Guest House
21 High Street
Marton

Gainsborough
Lincolnshire

DN21 5AH | View map
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The Black Swan Guesthouse was originally an 18th Century Coaching Inn, with an existing cellar dating back to the 17th Century. This cellar was believed to have provided a sleeping place for Oliver Cromwell during the Battle of Gainsborough in 1643.

The buildings have been fully refurbished to a very high standard using much of the original materials. The House and Stable Block now provide very comfortable accommodation. All rooms are with en-suite shower, toilet and wash hand basin; and all have colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities. The large Premier room has a four poster bed. There is a Guest Lounge, where our licence enables us to serve a good range of drinks, and a comfortable dining room for breakfast.

For the comfort of all guests, and to preserve this Grade II listed building, we operate a strict "No Smoking" policy. There are four large rooms at ground floor level in the Stable Block. There is ample "Off Road", safe parking. Wireless broadband available.

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Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: £68
Single: £45
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