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B and Bs in Lowdham

Old School Mews
64a Main Street
Lowdham
Nottinghamshire

NG14 7BE | View map
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Our beautiful period Old School house is open all year round to provide you a comfortable and refreshing stay whether it be business or pleasure.

We are situated East of Nottingham just 20 minutes from the historic city centre and nearby Newark is a beautiful Market town. Lowdham is a picturesque English village surrounded by many small villages each offering a unique slice of village life. There's great pubs & restaurants, sports including golf and the nearby river Trent. While in nearby Nottingham you'll find a fast growing metropolitan city offering superb shopping, entertainment & nightlife plus the medievil history of Robin Hood, the Castle and lots lots more......

There's plenty of storage in all our rooms with full length wardrobes and you'll find tea & coffee making facillities, TV and fluffy towelling robes. There is wireless internet throughout the property. Don't forget breakfast in the morning, a full English , continental, cereal and fresh fruit served in our large country kitchen.

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Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 1

Price per Room:

Double: 65
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year - Closed Christmas and New Year
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