Jingles

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

73 & 77 Horndean Road
Emsworth
West Sussex
England
PO10 7PU

Jingles, Emsworth

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AA 4 Star Bed and Breakfast Guest Accommodation with 30 en-suite bedrooms. Free Wi-Fi available. Non-smoking throughout.

Ample residents parking. Excellent Full English Breakfast. Set in one acre, adjacent to open farmland.

20 Pubsrestaurants located within one mile. All rooms have Sharp Freeview 26 LCD TVs, teacoffee making facilities and radio alarm clocks.Please note Jingles is a Bed and Breakfast and not a full Hotel. It is rated 4 star BandB Guest Accommodation which is different from a full hotel classification.

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