Westbrooke House B&B
Westbrooke House Bed and Breakfast
Situated on a tree lined street, Westbrooke House is close to all local amenities including the train and bus station, the local leisure complex and swimming pool.
Each room offers tea and coffee making facilities, free Wi-Fi and Freeview LCD TV with DVD player. Ironing facilities are available upon request.
Our renowned breakfasts are freshly prepared each day using locally sourced produce. A vegetarian option is also available. Breakfast is available from 6.30am - 9.00am including weekends and bank holidays.
Single: £30 per person per night
Twin en suite: £30 per person per night
Twin: £25 per person per night
Triple room: £25 per person per night
All prices are inclusive of breakfast and private off street parking.
Payment: Cash or Cheque
Whether visiting for business or pleasure, our friendly welcome and excellent hospitality will ensure your stay at Westbrooke House, Spalding is a memorable one.
Spalding town centre is just five minutes' walk away and offers a variety of restaurants pubs and nightlife to suit all tastes. It is also home to the annual Flower Festival and Spring fair held at the beginning of May since 1959.
Spalding is located on the River Welland, in the county of Lincolnshire, approximately 105 miles north of London and 15 miles south-west of Boston.
Surrounded by flat fenlands, this once important trading centre is a peaceful market town characterized by grand Georgian terraces and buildings.
It is renowned for the growing of tulip and daffodil bulbs, and each year the town attracts thousands of visitors for its Flower Parade.
The many attractions around Spalding make it an ideal touring base.
According to the Dictionary of English Place Names (A.D.Mills) the name Spalding means 'settlement of the dwellers in Spald', with Spald being the name of an old district. The name appeared in the Domesday Book (1086) as Spallinge and in the early 12th-century as Spaldingis.
||71 Pinchbeck Road
Spalding PE11 1QF
||01775 723 001
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This page was last updated: 10 December 2012