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Anton Guest House
1 Canon Street

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We offer you a warm and friendly welcome to Anton Guest House. An early Edwardian (1905) Gentleman's residence, we have recently undergone refurbishment to offer our guests the best of four star comfort and service, whilst retaining much of the original character of the property.

We are a short 10 minute walk from the town centre and all major transport routes are nearby. The historical Abbey Church is just around the corner, along with plenty of restaurants, pubs, supermarkets and a multi screen cinema.

You will find that we have thought of the smallest detail to make your stay as comfortable as possible. We have installed a new Edwardian style ensuite to one room, which also benefits from new decor, carpet, beds and furnishings. There is also a period wardrobe and dressing table in this room, and an original fireplace, which gives a nostalgic feel to the room.

Breakfast is served in our elegant dining room where we offer a cooked breakfast of your choice, and can cater for vegetarian, low fat or coeliac diets. We use locally sourced food of good quality. Also available are cereals, porridge, yogurts, fresh fruit and pastries, if you prefer a lighter start to your day. A refrigerator is located in the dining room for your personal use, and chilled bottled water is available here during the summer months, supplied freely.

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