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Donington Manor Hotel
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Castle Donington
Derbyshire

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Ideal for events at Donington Park and East Midlands Airport Park & Fly, this boutique hotel is in the village of Castle Donington, less than 2 miles (3.2 km) from the M1, A50 and A42.

The Donington Manor Hotel dates from the 18th century. Yet behind the building’s impressive frontage, the team has a very chic, modern attitude towards comfort, relaxation and personalised service. This hotel is one of only 4 hotels in the Finesse Collection. All hotels in the collection are known for their contemporary styling in truly classic surroundings. This beautifully appointed Manor House was constructed in 1794 as a coaching inn on the main route from Nottingham to Ashby. It was originally named The Rawdon Hotel and was conceived and built by the Marquis of Hastings. Now a privately owned hotel, providing a high level of service and intimacy, which is difficult to find in larger hotels, it provides contemporary styling in truly classic surroundings.

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