Ashiana Hotel

A Hotel in Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

North Road
NG23 6HN

Ashiana Hotel, Newark-on-Trent

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Accommodation Description:

Located literally just off the A1, Ashiana Hotel in Newark is ideally situated pretty much in the geographical centre of England - making us an easy commute to pretty much anywhere. Our spacious rooms are all en-suite and equipped with televisions and office space. They are all recently refurbished and offer amazing value.

Our ideal location great facilities and amazing award winning restaurant makes us one of the best places to stay in the midlands. Breakfast available at the Cathy Amor which is located 30 seconds away on the A1 Northbound. So - whether you're simply looking to stay over after your meal rather than having the worry of a taxi or you have an important event locally to attend you can be sure that bed and breakfast at Ashiana will fit the bill.

We look forward to seeing you soon

3 star rating

From: £50.00

Room Facilities
Ironing board
Colour television
Tea and coffee making facilities


Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (high speed)

Dining Facilities
Here at Ashiana Restaurant in Newark we pride ourselves in providing the ultimate Indian dining experience. First enjoy a drink in our luxurious bar lounge whilst you peruse our menus. On our menus as well as finding all the popular favourites you?d expect we also have a wide range of less well known but exquisite traditional recipes as well as a selection of our chef?s own signature creations. All of our food is lovingly prepared from scratch and as such can be tweaked to suit your taste.


Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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