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Cley Hall Hotel
22 High Street
Spalding
Lincolnshire

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The Cley Hall Hotel features fifteen bedrooms located in both the main hotel and former coach house annexe. All our newly refurbished bedrooms are en-suite and luxuriously equipped with fresh linen, beds you can sink into to ensure you enjoy a pleasant & relaxing stay, yearning to return and experience once again the special welcome we extend.

Each room comes with its own telephone and digital television as well as a desk area, luggage rack, hair dryer, iron & ironing board. Tea and coffee making facilities are also provided as is an early-morning wake up call for business users and room service where required. We also have rooms especially adapted for families with young children and the disabled.

Our facilities ensures guests can enjoy the best of what Spalding and the surrounding area has to offer. Thoses wishing to relax without venturing too far afield can do so in our well-appointed lounge where conversation can be enhanced with a wide selection of wine, spirits, specialist beers and continental lagers. All guests are able to use our fully equipped Gym which is 25 yards from the main house. The Gym is open from 6.30am - 10.00pm

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