Kegworth House Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Kegworth, Derbyshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

42 High St
Kegworth
Derbyshire
England
DE74 2DA

Kegworth House Hotel, Kegworth

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Kegworth House dates back over 350 years and is a distinctly English residence situated in Kegworth village. The heritage and history is evident and the elegant Georgian facade .

Kegworth House dates back over 350 years and is a distinctly English residence situated in Kegworth village. The heritage and history is evident and the elegant Georgian facade conceals a stone-flagged hallway that leads into the welcoming and relaxing drawing room with an open fire, comfortable sofas and easy arm chairs. Also to the front of the house, the formal dining room is furnished with antiques atop a polished oak floor and dominated by the c17th mahogany 12 seat dining table and chairs - enchanting and charming surroundings for candlelit suppers.

The hall continues on to the bright and inviting, casual, family-style, kitchen where full English and Continental breakfasts are served to all guests around the large, refectory-style table. Kegworth House is the ideal location for genteel celebrations and social gatherings ? birthdays, Christenings, anniversaries and retirement celebrations for up to 20 guests can be accommodated in the house. Larger events, of up to 100, use marquees on the lawn whilst smaller, more intimate dinner parties for up to 12 guests take place in the luxurious surroundings of the formal dining room after drinks or cocktails in the loung.

Kegworth House is fully licensed and offers a well-stocked cellar with quality wines. Eleven beautifully appointed, en-suite, double bedrooms (four of which feature 'Queen size' beds) are located on three floors - each individually designed and featuring the modern day comforts that make this historical home a p

5 star rating

From: £83.00

Room Facilities
Trouser press
Non-smoking
High speed internet connection
Hairdryer
DVD player
Direct dial phone
Colour television
Alarm clock

Amenities
Non-smoking (throughout)
Lounge
Internet access (high speed) in public areas

Parking

Business Facilities
Meeting rooms

Dining Facilities

Meals
Dinner
Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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