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Norton Lodge Hotel And Conference Centre
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Norton Disney

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Set in 14 acres of scenic countryside in the village of Norton Disney, this modern hotel and conference centre provides a tranquil setting, ideal for both business events and leisure breaks. Parts of Norton Lodge dates back to the mid 1800's and some of the rooms retain the period features. Conveniently located close to all major motorway networks, the hotel is just off the A46, 5-minutes from the A1 and within easy reach of Newark and Lincoln’s historic city centre. Golf courses within easy access. Norton Disney is the ancestral home of the Disney family ( as in Walt Disney) and and the Disney cripts can be viewed in the local church. 22 luxury en-suite rooms including a bridal or VIP suite. All rooms have free wi-fi access and flast screen TVs. All bedding is Egyptian cotton. From conferences to weddings, Norton Lodge Hotel and Conference Centre’s professional team will ensure your day is remembered for all the right reasons.

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