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The Old Station House
25 Meeting House Lane

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In the centre of Lancaster, opposite the city’s train station, this small, family-run bed and breakfast offers free parking, free Wi-Fi and charming, high-quality, affordable accommodation. Opposite Lancaster Railway Station and only 400 metres from the bus station, the Old Station House Bed & Breakfast has a great location. Lancaster Castle and the priory are just 3 minutes’ walk away. Both of the city’s universities, the grammar schools and all of Lancaster’s hospitals are also within easy reach.

Carefully preserved and sensitively refurbished, this historic building combines rich original charm and traditional character with modern comforts and facilities. All of the en suite rooms are homely, comfortable and individually designed, with TVs, hairdryers and tea/coffee making facilities. A delicious full English breakfast is included in the price and vegetarian alternatives and lighter continental options are also available.
There is a large, floodlit, gated secure car park, with free parking for guests.

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