Owston Motel

Guest Accommodation in Owston, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Owston Lane
Owston
Yorkshire
England
DN5 0LP

Owston Motel, Owston

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Owston Motel is a converted farm building located just off the A19. Set in the countryside Owston Motel provides the perfect setting for a quiet and relaxing stay.

From: £42.00


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