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Hotels in Kettering

The Comfort Royal Hotel
Market Place
Kettering
Northamptonshire

NN16 0AJ | View map
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The Comfort Hotel Royal enjoys an excellent location set in the heart of Kettering Town Centre Conservation Area. Whether you are visiting local attractions, wanting to shop in the nearby pedestrianised area or just relaxing whilst on business, the Comfort Hotel Royal can meet your needs

The Hotel has 41 en-suite bedrooms, function rooms suitable for business and pleasure, restaurant and lounge bar. 21 parking spaces are available at the Hotel and additional public parking is situated nearby.

At the Comfort Royal Hotel we are large enough to look after most needs but small enough to provide a personal level of service. Always aware of the demands of our guests, and to make their stay a pleasurable experience, a planned refurbishment of many of our guest rooms is being undertaken.

The Hotel is a 17th Century former Coaching Inn and unfortunately is not equipped with a lift. A porter is available to assist guests.

Details

Number of Rooms: 41
Number Ensuite: 41

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: £75
Twin: £75
Single: £55
Four Poster: £98
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Restaurant

Name: Victoria’s Restaurant

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