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Chesterfield Lodge - B&B
36 Hungate Road, EMNETH
PE14 8DE

Contact: Dawn V. Allen-Crow (Mrs)
Tel: 01945 475367
  • £28.00 p.p.p.n. - £28.00p.p.p.n. per night Other Currency
  • Sleeps Up To 2 double rooms & 1 twin
  • Chesterfield Lodge - B&B Grading : N/A
  • Children Allowed : welcome
  • Pets Allowed : enquire
  • Smoking Policy : NOT permitted inside residence
  • Alcohol License : sorry, no sales
  • Parking Available : present
  • Wheelchair Access : sorry, no wheelchair access
  • Chesterfield Lodge - B&B Wisbech - Peaceful and relaxing accommodation set in 2 acres of landscaped gardens.
    1 Double ensuite bedroom, 1 Twin ensuite bedroom and 1 Double bedroom with private facilities. Colour TV for guests use. Full English breakfast served. Children over 3 years welcome. Non-smoking. Secure parking. Situated close to Wisbech/A47, National Trust properties, fishing & golfing.

    Regret NO PETS

    Tea/coffee making facilities

    Ironing facilities
    Children welcome
    Parking available
    A non-smoking establishment
    Secure car parking
    Golf and fishing nearby
    With much Georgian architecture, the town of Wisbech has many attractions including the Wisbech and Fenland Museum, the Market Place and the Angles Theatre which is a lively, vibrant and intimate venue for a variety of performing arts. Visitors to Elgoods Georgian Brewery can sample some traditional ale and then enjoy the four acre garden.

    Close to:
    Kings Lynn
    Sandringham House
    North Norfolk Coast

    North Brink - The elegant row of houses along the banks of the River Nene was built in the 18th Century by wealthy Wisbech landowners, merchants and warehouse owners.
    Thomas Clarkson Memorial - Thomas Clarkson was born in Wisbech and was an early leader of the Abolitionist Movement who pressed for the end of the African Slave Trade.
    High Street - and Market Place contain a range of well-known shops and other long established speciality shops. The markets and auctions retain their traditional atmosphere.
    The Crescent - This pretty crescent was developed by a local builder Joseph Medworth in 1816. The original castle in the centre has been replaced with the Regency Villa.
    Angles Theatre - is the local Arts Centre housed in a Georgian building with a theatrical tradition stretching over 200 years. It's an intimate, lively venue for a range of shows.
    Peckover House - is positioned on the North Brink and is one of the finest properties in Wisbech. It has an elegant and elaborate interior and outside, a beautiful walled garden.
    Elgood's Brewery - is a classic Georgian brewery which has remained the same for 200 years. Guided tours end with a sample of ale and the chance to enjoy the brewery garden.
    Chesterfield Lodge - B&B  -   Wisbech   -   Cambridgeshire

    Contact:  Dawn V. Allen-Crow (Mrs)   Tel:  01945 475367   -   Website: > (Click Here)


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