Croxton House Bed and Breakfast

Bed and Breakfast in Croxton, Lincolnshire

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Croxton House

Croxton House Bed and Breakfast, Croxton

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Croxton House is situated on the outskirts of the hamlet of Croxton. An ivy clad Victorian farmhouse you can stroll around the large mature gardens. The house has all the fine qualities that a Victorian house should have.

All of the bedrooms have been refurbished offering a high standard of accommodation. With electric blankets on all beds the rooms have colour TVs and tea and coffee making facilities and fridges in the summer. We also have free of charge Internet Access to all our guests with a dedicated PC.

Croxton House is situated approximately 2 miles from Junction 5 off the M180.Being only half a mile from Humberside International Airport it is 10 miles from the Humber Bridge Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire.We are also close to the Port of Immingham, Killingholme and the Humber Bank.

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