Royal Kings Arms Hotel

A Hotel in Lancaster, Lancashire

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Royal Kings Arms Hotel, Lancaster

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Situated in the heart of Lancaster, in the shadows of Lancaster Castle, the Royal Kings Arms offers 55 quality bedrooms, a superb restaurant complete with Minstrelメs Gallery and an elegantly furnished lounge bar where guests can relax. Only a short distance from the M6, the hotel offers an excellent base for visiting the historic city of Lancaster, Morecambe, Blackpool and touring the Lake District.

3 star rating

From: £35.00

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