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Ashbourne Hotel
Vicarage Lane
North Killingholme

Immingham
Lincolnshire

DN40 3JL | View map

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The Ashbourne Hotel sits peacefully opposite the church and the village green in a quiet little village called North Killingholme. The hotel started life as a Lincolnshire Farm house but has been considerably extended and fully refurbished resulting in a beautifully presented building boasting a courtyard and gardens. The Oak Room Restaurant, Stables Bar and twenty one en suite bedrooms all contribute in making us one of the best hotels in the area. An ideal venue for Wedding Receptions, Civil Ceremonies, Naming Ceremonies, Leisure breaks, Conferences, Company & Corporate Hospitality and Special events such as Wine tastings & Jazz Evenings.

With easy access to major routes such as A180, M18, M1 and Humberside International Airport ten minutes away we are ideally situated for leisure or for travelling business requirements. Fully refurbished for 2007.

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Ratings/Awards: AA/ETC 3 Stars
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Name: Oak Room
Cuisine: Modern
Chef: Trevor Barker

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