Magnolia House

Magnolia House
Accommodation | Stamford
A warm welcome awaits you at Magnolia House - a stylish B&B in a quiet location within walking distance of Stamford centre. Enjoy a restful night's sleep in our comfortable and elegantly furnished en-suite double or twin room. A delicious breakfast awaits you, then relax in our private garden. With its narrow alleyways and hidden courtyards that are home to speciality shops, fine jewellers and much more, it's easy to see why Stamford was named as 'the best place to live and stay in the UK' by The Sunday Times.
8 Fox Dale
Stamford
PE9 2UZ
www.magnoliabedandbreakfast.co.uk
bethan.lester@hotmail.co.uk
01780 756746
07764 469995

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8 Fox Dale
Stamford
PE9 2UZ
www.magnoliabedandbreakfast.co.uk
bethan.lester@hotmail.co.uk
01780 756746
07764 469995

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