Thorne Central Guest House

Guest House in Thorne, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

11a Queen Street
Thorne
Yorkshire
England
DN8 5AA

Thorne Central Guest House, Thorne

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WE AT THORNE CENTRAL GUEST HOUSE BELIEVE IN OFFERING QUALITY ACCOMMODATION AT REALISTIC PRICES This modern establishment is a pleasant place to rest your head.( please note latest arrival time is 10 pm) Located in the historic Market Town of Thorne, 11 miles northeast of Doncaster, boasts a wealth of nearby attractions for visitors including Thorne Moors. Access is easy with the M18 M180 motorways nearby, two railway stations, Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield International Airport within 10 miles and the Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation canal running through the town. Within 50 yards of Thorne Central Guest House, there are all the shops and services you need in Thorne and people come from miles around to use the high quality butchers bakers etc.

There is a market four days per week although Friday is when it is particularly busy and colourful. This recently developed family run establishment caters for the needs all people alike; whether you're a business person with local appointments at the large BMW Head Office within the town, contractors working within the area or families on leisure breaks away.

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From: £27.50

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