Punchbowl Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Punch Bowl Fieldside Thorne
Thorne
Yorkshire
England
DN8 4BE

Punchbowl Inn, Thorne

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Family run The Punchbowl Inn is the main guest accommodation in Thorne. Originally built as the home of a mine deputy The Punchbowl Inn has undergone an extensive and sympathetic refurbishment to provide a quality warm and friendly venue. With easy access to Humberside Airport and Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield.

We are just a mile from J6 M18 1 mile from the M180 & only 5 minutes from the M62. This gives excellent links to Goole Hull Doncaster Sheffield and Leeds. Our individually styled bedrooms offer the ideal resting place for the business traveler tourist or even when visiting family & friends.

Every room has en-suite shower room remote control TV with freeview trouser press and tea & coffee making facilities. We serve a comprehensive menu of home-made food using the freshest and finest seasonal local produce. Dine in our large comfortable library or separate conservatory or in the summer in our spacious beer garden with outdoor seating.

From: £59.50


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