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Angel at Bourne
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Situated in the heart of Bourne in Lincolnshire, The Angel is more than just a hotel. With a brasserie restaurant, an award winning coffee shop, a cocktail bar, the Coach House function room and 12 individually designed ensuite hotel rooms, the hotel is the perfect venue for every occasion. The Angel Hotel Brasserie offers a relaxing setting where you can enjoy delicious food cooked by their Head Chef Richard Greenfield and his team. In addition to the diverse Brasserie menu, they also offer steak and pasta specials on Wednesday and Thursday evenings and fish specials on Fridays and on Sunday lunchtime you can relax with family and friends whilst enjoying their fantastic carvery. Their newly refurbished Coach House Function Room is the perfect blank canvas for any celebration or corporate event. The room has a self contained bar, kitchen and toilet facilities and can host up to 150 people. If you are planning a celebration the room can be set out with tables and chairs and a dancefloor for entertainment. The Coach House is also suited to large or small meetings. Events at the hotel include their regular comedy club, menu tasting evenings and live music events.

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