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Cedars Inn
Bickington Rd

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Elegance, a traditional atmosphere and friendly service are all key features at the Cedars Inn, which offers lodge style accommodation. In fact, the inn was formerly an elegant country house and it is set within three acres of beautifully landscaped gardens. While retaining a traditional atmosphere, the lodge boasts modern facilities. The restaurant and bar offer good food, friendly service, and a wide selection of beers and wines. All of the 34 lodges are self-contained, with en-suite facilities, satellite TV, direct dial phone and tea and coffee making facilities. Ground floor and wheelchair accessible rooms are available. Conferences, exhibitions and weddings are particularly well catered for.

The Cedars Inn would like to introduce our new exciting menus, served every lunchtime and evenings in our beautiful conservatory restaurant. Whether you are after just a quick snack or something special, you are sure to find something to suit your needs. And with our famous carvery still being served on a Sunday lunchtime, there something for every guest.


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