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Wesley Guest House
16 Queen Street

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Offering superb Bed and Breakfast accommodation, The Wesley Guest House is the ideal place to base a visit to historic Epworth and nearby Lincoln and York.

The historic town of Epworth, is located on the North Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire border. Located in a quiet corner of the town, but within easy walking distance of all the historic attractions and locations, The Wesley Guest House is your perfect home from home.

The Wesley Guest House is located within easy walking distance of the historic locations and attractions of Epworth. You can visit the nearby Wesley family home, the Old Rectory (now a museum), the Market Cross, where John delivered rousing sermons, Samuel Wesley’s grave at St Andrew’s Church and the beautiful Wesley Methodist Memorial Church.

There are four guest rooms, all of which are en-suite and contain a shower, a basin and a WC. For your convenience, there are tea & coffee making facilities and a colour TV in all the rooms. The property has ample off-street parking for all our guests, and the breakfast room has a wonderful view of the large garden.

Prices for stays over 5 days are negotiable
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Ratings/Awards: AA & Visit Britain 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6

Price per Room:

Double: £70 - £90 - Single Occupancy Double Room £70
Twin: £70 - £90
Single: £50 - £60 - Single occupancy
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