Travelodge Grantham A1 New Fox

A Hotel in Grantham, Lincolnshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

A1 New Fox, South Witham
NG32 2AB

Travelodge Grantham A1 New Fox, Grantham

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Located on the A1 northbound, 13 miles south of Grantham and 9 miles north of Stamford roundabout, the Travelodge Grantham South Witham provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for exploring the Lincolnshire countryside. This non-smoking hotel offers spacious en-suite rooms, TV in every room, tea and coffee making facilities, free parking, plus Little Chef restaurant, make Travelodge terrific value.

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