Kegworth House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

42 High Street
DE74 2DA

Kegworth House, Kegworth

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An old 17th century house just minutes from the M1M42A50A6 Airport Donington racetrack. 11 individually designed rooms all with free Wi-Fi and free access to local swimming pool gym sauna and jacuzzi. It has a fabulous walled garden and the two beautiful communal sitting rooms.

The honeymoon suite is probably one of the most luxurious in the Midlands. Elegant friendly and sumptuous - simply the best!Please note that we do not allow children under the age of 8.

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