The Red House

Historic Guest House in Great Gonerby, Leicestershire

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Great Gonerby

The Red House, Great Gonerby

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Accommodation Description:

The Red House is an imposing, Grade II listed Georgian townhouse offering quality bed and breakfast accommodation just 2 minutes walk to Granthams town centre. The guest rooms are spacious and fully equipped with television, mini-fridge, microwave, teacoffee making facilities. Most of the rooms are ensuite.

Two have private bathrooms beside the room which are not shared. All rooms have free WiFi access and guests without laptops can use our PC with broadband. The Red House is easily accessible via the A1 and A52 and is close to the train station.

There is ample free parking in front of the house. Visit Britain 4 star rating.

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From: £40.00

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