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The Bull Hotel, Peterborough, situated right at the heart of this rapidly expanding City, is the ideal base, and place to stay for business and pleasure.
Built in 1870, the Caledonian Hotel displays classic Georgian architecture. An extensive refurbishment over the last 5 years combines this faÃ§ade with a stylish contemporary interior. Wooden flooring, plush leather sofas and low level lighting feature in the public areas while the bedrooms are styled with bright modern dÃ©cor.
The Cosmopolitan is one of the oldest Hotels in Leeds, formerly known as The Golden Lion Hotel for over 100 years. The Cosmopolitan Hotel has been constantly up graded and refurbished with modern decor and facilities to keep pace with the modern traveller. Located in the heart of Leeds business and shopping area. The hotel is ideally suited to both business and leisure travellers.
Crown and Mitre Hotel
The Crown and Mitre Hotel was built in 1905 on the site of the original Crown and Mitre Inn which dates back to before the Jacobite Rebellion of 1746. The Inn was demolished in 1902 to make way for the existing Hotel which took 3 years to build.
The George Hotel, a 16th Century Coaching Inn, is set in the very centre of this pretty, historic market town. Whilst retaining much of its original character, The George has been sympathetically extended, and now provides every modern facility for the business and leisure traveller in 39 attractively decorated rooms
King Malcolm Hotel
Set in a quiet residential area on the outskirts off Dunfermline, and only a short drive across the Forth Road Bridge from the heart of Edinburgh and its airport, The King Malcolm offers an attractive base when visiting the East of Scotland.
The original Midland Hotel built in 1885 housed 115 bedrooms and is of particular architectural interest on the edge of the historical Little Germany area of Bradford.
The Strathdon Hotel is the ideal choice when planning to stay in Nottingham, whether for business or pleasure. Conveniently situated on Derby Road, you are within easy walking distance of the excellent shopping areas and the local night life with many bars, restaurants and cafes to choose from. Also in close proximity are the Theatre Royal and Concert Hall.
The Norfolk Royale Hotel
The Norfolk Royale Hotel has been restored to reflect its Edwardian grandeur, offering guests a welcoming haven of warmth and sophistication. The centre of cosmopolitan Bournemouth - one of the most radiant towns on the South Coast