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Morton House Hotel
78 Bondgate
Castle Donington
Derbyshire

DE74 2NR | View map

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Here at the Morton House Hotel, we are the ideal choice for realistically priced accommodation near the East Midlands Airport.Our guest house is located in Castle Donington, close to the famous Donington Park Motor Race Circuit, East Midlands Airport, Alton Towers, Drayton Manor Park and the National Water Sports Centre at Holme Pierpoint.Morton House Hotel is now under new ownership. Julie and Pete your hosts, are upgrading the facilities and especially your all important breakfast. the breakfast menu can be seen on the website but two highlights are home made brown bread and honey from our own bees!The hotel offers free WiFi as we consider this to be pretty much essential these days and why should it be an extra?The rooms are immaculately presented, though still with that homely feel. There are two en-suite bedrooms which are in a separate building offering just that degree more of quietude.Morton House Hotel is a non smoking establishment.

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