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Kelham House Country Manor Hotel sits in 9 acres of beautiful grounds midway between the historic towns of Southwell and Newark on Trent. Having undergone a total renovation in 2011 the hotel now boasts 12 ensuite luxury rooms, a bar, restaurant and state of the art function & conference facilities.
Built by the Manners Sutton family in 1903 the house has been a private residence, part of the Theological College at the same time as the larger hall and for the last 30 years a luxury hotel.
All 12 rooms have been designed and finished with today’s discerning traveller in mind and no expense has been spared in creating a unique experience Be it the Kohler bathroom suites or the Elemis toiletries to the handmade French furniture or 600 thread count cotton sheets, your stay with us will be something to remember.
Each of our rooms is fitted with the following luxury facilities and features for the comfort of your stay:
- Luxury ensuite bathroom
- Beautiful Garden Views to most rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Flat screen TV
- Tea and Coffee making facilities
- Wake-up service and newspaper
- Extra beds available
Tariff – Typical rack rate for double room is £120, executive room is £135 including VAT and breakfast.
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