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The Georgian Townhouse
119 Baldertongate
Newark
Nottinghamshire

NG24 1RY | View map

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The Georgian Townhouse is ideally situated in the quiet, fashionable London Road conservation area, overlooking public gardens, only a short five-minute stroll from the town centre ,with its boutique shops and fashionable restaurants, and only a short drive from the A1 and the Newark showground, home to the bi-monthly international antiques fair. The location of the Georgian Townhouse is complemented by ample parking, a contemporary interior and a calming atmosphere. Offering excellent value, it is the ideal place to relax, sleep and eat. Relax in the calm, peaceful atmosphere of our lovely refurbished townhouse. Sleep in one of our light, airy and comfortable bedrooms with excellent en-suite facilities. Eat a hearty English or Continental breakfast made from the finest produce.

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