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Brant House

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Stragglethorpe LN5 0QZ Brant Broughton United Kingdom
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    Description Brant House

    Hotel Brant House
    Brant House is situated in the rural hamlet of Stragglethorpe. The peace and seclusion of an unspoilt 18th century country house amidst gardens in the heart of the English countryside. Brant house retains its original style and ambiance with the discreet addition of all modern comforts. Fresh flowers in your room, a roaring log fire in the drawing room, lazy drinks on the verandahand morning fresh eggs from Notts Lincolnshire. These are just some of the details that make Brant housea place guests return to time and time again.Furnished with antiques, Brant househas three bedrooms in the main house including one family room. All bedrooms overlook the gardens and have en-suite baths or showers as well as welcome trayswith tea, coffee and biscuits. There are an additional three bedrooms in the recently converted stables including accommodation for people with reduced mobility. The house also has a wi-fi availability.Situated on the Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire borders, close to the A17, Brant house is also well situated for the national motorway network. Just six miles from the A1 at Newark and eight miles from Grantham which is just one hour ten minutes on the train from London.Local visitor attractions include: Belvoir Castle, Belton House, Lincoln Cathedral, Southwell Minster, Newark and Swinderbury Antiques Fairs and RAF Cranwell

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    Address

    • Brant House
    • Stragglethorpe
    • LN5 0QZBrant Broughton
    • United Kingdom
    • Telephone: +44(1400)272626
    • Fax:
    • Official Homepage

    Payment

    • American Express
    • Mastercard
    • JCB Intl.
    • Visa

    Room features Brant House

    • Bathroom with bathtub
    • Bathroom with shower
    • Ironing board
    • Windows that open
    • Television
    • Hairdryer
    • Central heating
    • Tea/ coffee facilities
    • Satellite TV
    • Desk
    • Internet
    • WiFi in the rooms

    Hotel features Brant House

    • Entrance hall/ lobby
    • Car park
    • Garden or park
    • Child/ Baby Cot
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • WiFi in Lobby

    Sports Facilities

    • Hiking trail

    Type of lodging

    • Bed & Breakfast

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