The Horseshoes B B

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Kettering, Cambridgeshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

2 North Street Titchmarsh
NN14 3DH

The Horseshoes B B, Kettering

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Accommodation Description:

The Horseshoes is situated in the picturesque village of Titchmarsh. Run by the Wells family it has an excellent reputation. The accommodation is in a old converted Coach House All the rooms are centrally heated ensuite have colour television/freeview and tea and coffee making facilities we also have FREE WiFi available.

The accommodation also has its own private car parking area. The Wheatsheaf Country Pub & Restaurant serving good food and real ale is opposite The Horseshoes

 3 star rating

From: £47.00

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