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West Carlton Country Guest House
Carlton Road
Hull
East Yorkshire

HU11 4RB | View map

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A beautiful Georgian manor house (circa 1740) set in a quiet rural area with uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside. Spacious and welcoming, all our rooms are en-suite with lots of extras to make your stay special including "The White Company" toiletries, mineral water and chocolates. The public rooms are all large and beautifully furnished with WiFi access throughout and quiet areas for you to relax. The house is set in 2 acres of landscaped gardens with a lovely outside seating space on our raised "Italian garden" type patio.

We are ideally situated for the city of Hull ( 12 miles) Beverley, York and for all the coastal resorts and attractions of the East Coast if Yorkshire.
We place a big emphasis on peace and tranquility at West Carlton and we source local suppliers ( wherever possible) for our sumptious breakfast and evening meals. ( Evening meal by arrangement only)

We take all major credit cards. Dogs by arrangement.

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