The George Quality Accommodation, Restuarant & Bar

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

High Street
Kirton-in-Lindsey
Lincolnshire
England
DN21 4LX

The George Quality Accommodation, Restuarant & Bar, Kirton-in-Lindsey

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The George is a family run free house that prides its self on quality service and home made food whether it be from our bar meal menu or restaurant, all our rooms are finished to the highest standard and are individually designed. Being within easy reach of a wealth of interesting places to visit the coast and the glorious countryside, the George is an ideal place for both business and pleasure.

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