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Sharnbrook Hotel

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The Sharnbrook Hotel is a new purpose built Restaurant, Bar, Banquet and Conference venue commandeering a 3.5 acre plot located in the heart of the North Bedfordshire countryside, near the M1 motorway and in close proximity to local amenities and the towns of Bedford, Kettering and Milton Keynes.

The Sharnbrook Hotel was designed and built by The Ciampi Family of Bedford and opened in November 2006. The venue incorporates their VesuviO Restaurant & Bar which originally opened in Clapham Bedfordshire in 1987 and through its success the family were able to purchase the land off the A6 at Sharnbrook in order to expand their unique brand further. Through building the new premises, they have created one of the best and now most popular Banquet, Wedding and Conferencing facilities in The Amalfi Suite which caters for 20 to 300 guests through the suite’s flexible moveable wall system.

The Hotel accommodation comprises of 21 ensuite bedrooms together with a further two executive/bridal suites. Designed to the highest standards and using original imported Italian materials, the accommodation offers a relaxed, comfortable and authentic Italian experience complemented by the ultimate modern facilities.


Number of Rooms: 23
Number Ensuite: 23

Price per Room:

Price Includes: All rates include full breakfast & VAT.
Double: £105
Twin: £105
Single: £95
Suite: £145 - Family Rooms On Request
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