Spring Cottage B&B

Guest Accommodation in Longnor, Derbyshire

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Leek Road Longnor
SK17 0PA

Spring Cottage B&B, Longnor

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Private garden with superb views over the Manifold Valley.2 double rooms - 1 en-suite double room and 1 double room with private facilities. Spring Cottage is situated on the edge of the Picturesque Market Town of Longnor and is a perfect base for walking the Peaks, Dales and Moorlands. All non-smoking rooms, Off road parking, Colour television, teacoffee making facilities, Hairdryer Packed lunch on request, Drying room, Secure Cycle storage, Children over 12 years of age sorry no pets Local pick-up or drop-off by arrangement

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From: £65.00

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