Bed and Breakfast in Barholm, Cambridgeshire

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Accommodation Description:

Self contained studio accommodation with own private entrance .Situated in the rural village of West Deeping with nearby transport links to the A1,M1 and M11 and close to Peterborough and the historic town of Stamford.Sleeps one or two people. Secure parking.Newly refurbished to a high standard . American style kitchen with washing machine makes it ideal for business contractor.Flexible length of stay.

Free wi fi access. Continental breakfast provided on request.

 3 star rating

From: £69.00

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