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BW Premier Yew Lodge Hotel
33 Packington Hill
Kegworth
Leicestershire

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An exceptional 4 star hotel offering the very best in accommodation and services situated just a half mile from junction 24 of the M1, where the A42/ M50 converge. Just two miles from East Midlands Airport and the East Midlands Parkway Railway Station; Donington Park is also just 3 miles away.

The hotel has over 114 superbly appointed bedrooms and an amazing Marcoís New York Italian Restaurant by Marco Pierre White offering authentic Italian/ American cuisine at affordable prices.

The hotel also has 17 conference/ meeting rooms most with flat screen TVís allowing ease of presentation. Reeds Health Club & Spa is also available to residents and provides a state of the art fitness suite, swimming pool with counter current system, spa pool, steam room with theme showers and sauna with ice feature. Reeds Beauty offers a comprehensive range of beauty treatments using the Elemis range of products..

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 114
Number Ensuite: 114
Nearest Airport: East Midlands
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Name: Marcoís New York Italian Kegworth
Awards: AA Rosette

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