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Inns in Epworth

Red Lion Hotel
The Market Place
Epworth
Lincolnshire

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The independently owned historic Red Lion Coaching Inn is situated in the heart of the attractive market town of Epworth, home to the famous brothers John and Charles Wesley, hymn writer and founder of Methodism respectively. Mentioned in the Doomsday Book, the coaching inn has a charming, period interior and a range of flexible function rooms and 17 comfortable ensuite bedrooms, each with its own character, ranged around the original courtyard. Sleep in comfort at The Red Lion, in one of the 15 well-furnished ensuite double, twin and single rooms or in one of the two luxury suites: the Wesley Suite and the St Leger Suite, offering sumptuous surroundings and facilities for a most relaxing stay. The Fountains Court Health Club, with a range of fitness equipment, is free to all residents. The Red Lion provides the perfect venue for weddings, parties, events, business meetings or simply for a relaxing weekend away enjoying a delicious lunch or dinner with family or friends. For something different why not let the Red Lion organise your golf, fishing or horse racing short break.

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