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Lime Trees Hotel
8 Langham Place
Northampton
Northamptonshire

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The charming appearance of the hotelís Georgian frontage and the mews courtyard at the rear are matched by the immaculate bedrooms, fine restaurant and cosy bar. The Lime Trees Hotel offers comfortable, high-quality accommodation in a great central location, just half a mile (0.8 km) from the very heart of Northampton city centre. The hotel offers free parking in the secure courtyard car park and the M1 is within easy reach, making the hotel a good base for exploring the many surrounding attractions.

All bedrooms are decorated and furnished to a high standard, and each room is well equipped with all the modern comforts and facilities you need in a peaceful, relaxing base. An ongoing refurbishment of the rooms has been taking place since 2005 and many have now been elevated to a very respectable 3-star superior finish. Please note that this hotel is completely non-smoking.
Lime Trees Hotel is a delightful hotel in a conservation area with a fine restaurant and cosy bar, located centrally, 800 m/ 0.5 miles from Northampton town centre. A secure courtyard car park is located behind the hotel.

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