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King William Hotel
Mangrove Green
Luton
Bedfordshire

LU2 8QE | View map

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A picturesque 17th century pub, located on the village green just two miles from Luton Airport. The King William has just been refurbished and all rooms are en-suite with TV and tea making facilities. There is also a restaurant, with an extensive and delicious menu. Check-in times are as follows: Monday to Thursday 1.00pm until 12 midnight Friday and Saturday 1.30pm until 12 midnight Sunday 1.00pm until 12 midnight. Please advise of your estimated time of arrival on booking. Rooms are accessed through a guest entrance at the side of the building.

The village is just 2 miles from Luton Airport so the accommodation is ideally suited for people flying in or out of the Airport.The King William features a bar that has a friendly country pub atmosphere. We have a compliment of either twin, double or family rooms rooms.To the rear of the hotel rooms boast stunning views of the Bedfordshire countryside, whilst views to the front overlook the quaint village green of Mangrove Green and the cottages that line it.

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