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Castle House Hotel
28 Castle Street

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The Castle House is an architectural gem; built in the 1730s yet incorporating part of the Norman city walls; the Roman Worthgate; and the only remaining section of the original town moat.Here; surrounded by Georgian opulence and decoration of the highest standard; you are just a few minutes short walk from the whole of the mediaeval city: the magnificent Cathedral; the maze of winding streets and the romantic ruins of the Castle and city wall. Book your room at the Castle and history and convenience will combine to make your stay both memorable and enjoyable.Most rooms are en-suite and all are decorated to the highest standards. Each provides for your every need: tea/coffee making equipment; hairdryers; trouser press; colour TV; high speed broadband and a radio clock alarm. You will want for nothing to make your stay peaceful and trouble free even a laundry service is available to order. As well as the magnificence of your rooms; our comfortable residents' lounge offers you a wonderful place to plan your day or unwind after a day sightseeing. Outside; our secluded private walled garden; containing the only remaining original section of the citys once great moat; provides you with a pleasant place to reflect upon your day.

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