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The Mansion House Hotel
45 High Street

PE12 7DY | View map

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At the Mansion house we offer a high standard of accommodation, food, service and varied selection of beverages. The hotel is conveniently situated in the centre of the small town of Holbeach and centrally placed for visitors to the Fens, the beautiful North Norfolk Coast and Royal Sandringham. We were offered a 2 ** Hotel rating rather than a 3*** simply because, being a small family run business we are unable to offer a permanently staffed reception. However as we live on the premises we do have an out of hours contact. We chose to accept the 4**** AA guest house rating rather than the 2** hotel as we feel that this better represents the hotel and service we offer. The Mansion House is thought to have been built as early as 1581, although its style is that of a Queen Anne period house(1702-1714). It is best known as the birth place of Norman Angell Lane (Nobel peace prize winner of 1933)who was born in this his family home in 1872. For more information please visit; This fine historic building was restored in 2005 to the beautiful hotel it is today. With its 1252 bistro bar, 9 ensuite rooms and 2 cottages, rear garden area partially protected from the rain by our marquee, heaps of character, The Mansion House lends itself to be the perfect venue for a romantic weekend for two or a break for your family. We look forward to seeing you soon.

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