Inns in Kettering

George Hotel
Sheep Street

NN16 0DN

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Conveniently located in Kettering town centre, opposite Saint Peterís and Saint Paulís church and the council buildings, this friendly hotel was once a traditional 16th century coaching inn.

The George Hotel offers traditional and comfortable rooms, some of which are en suite. A hearty breakfast is available from 07:00 each morning, with traditional food served until 21:00 every day. The hotel has conference facilities with 2 conference rooms that can cater from 4 up to 150 people. The restaurant can seat up to 45 guests and there are catering facilities available for special dietary requirements. The hotel has a car park with 20 parking spaces available on-site, while public parking places are available nearby.

As it is a 16th century building, the hotel does not have a lift, however a member of staff will be available to assist you if required. The hotel is located in the town centre and is the first hotel you see as you approach the town centre from both the road and train station. The local train station is only a 5 minute walk away from the hotel.

There are restaurants in town centre within a short stroll from the hotel, as well as a traditional restaurant on-site. The hotel enjoys an excellent location in the heart of Kettering town centre and conservation area. Whether you are visiting local attractions, wanting to shop in the nearby pedestrianised area, or just relaxing whilst on business, the staff at the hotel will be happy to help you.

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