The Grange B & B

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Shotton Grange Great North Road Blagdon
Stannington
Tyne and Wear
England
NE13 6DF

The Grange B & B, Stannington

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A grade 2 listed country house set in its own grounds on the Blagdon Estate. Decorated to high standards and offering luxury accommodation at very reasonable rates. Guests can enjoy time in the lounge where there is sky TV and a Bose entertainment system.

Each room has been styled to reflect the surrounding area. Breakfast is locally sourced from the award winning Blagdon Butcher.

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