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Limburn House
Wycke Hill

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Limburn House is a privately run Bed and Breakfast by husband and wife team Carol and Richard 01621 851 392 . We have an idealic setting in paddocks but still convenient for the Historic town of Maldon. We are one and quarter miles from the High Street and the start of the historic attractions, including the Promenade, Thames Barges, etc all can be reached by the frequent passing bus service. Maldon has an abundance of good eating places. National Trust Land in the surrounding villages and constable country is a drive away. We offer purpose built annexe accommodation with all rooms ensuite and fully centrally heated. As well as each room having TV entertainment we also offer a TV lounge with garden access exclusive to our guests as is the front door access.

Some of our accommodation is on the ground floor so we can accommodate disabled guests. Parking can be immediately in front of the access door, and we have a wheelchair ramp when and if required by arrangement.

Please note we do not accept cards for payment only cash or cheque. We do accept Euros. Our cancellation policy is a non refundable deposit. Although we would try and change your booking to a later date honouring the original depost. Subject to availability.


Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Room:

Double: Downstairs Double from 65.00 - Upstairs Luxury King from 70.00
Twin: Downstairs Twin from 65.00 - Our Downstairs Twin can become a Super King Bedded Room From 70.00
Single: Single Occupancy from 38.00
Suite: Family Room from 90.00
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