Kelling House

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Kelling House
Accommodation | Grantham
Kelling House is a charming B&B situated just outside Grantham in the conservation village of Barkston. It is a delightful stone building dating from 1785 with a large garden. We provide high quality accommodation to guests from all over the world and our B&B is one of the premier places to stay in the area. You're guaranteed a great stay and everything we do is you-focused. Using local produce, we create excellent food for you to enjoy. The bedrooms - one double with private bathroom and one twin with en-suite shower - are quiet, comfortable and attractively furnished. We also have a single room available for friends or family. TV and tea/coffee making facilities are in both bedrooms.
17 West Street
Barkston
Grantham
NG32 2NL
www.kelling-house.co.uk
sue@kellinghouse.co.uk
01400 251440

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17 West Street
Barkston
Grantham
NG32 2NL
www.kelling-house.co.uk
sue@kellinghouse.co.uk
01400 251440

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