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Penny Street Bridge
Penny Street
Lancaster
Lancashire

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Centrally located in the heart of historic Lancaster, overlooking the canal, with shops and amenities close by, Penny Street Bridge is a brand new 4-star development. The hotel and its public bar have just undergone a 2.2 million pound refurbishment and this 4-star establishment now offers 28 stylish and comfortable en suite rooms at affordable rates. Each of the attractive, tastefully decorated and contemporary air conditioned rooms has a flat-screen digital TV, tea/coffee making facilities and a hairdryer. All of the rooms have an internet connection point offering free internet access.

There is a lift to both floors of the hotel and the bar, residents’ lounge and restaurant all have free Wi-Fi wireless internet access. The hotel also has a superb outside courtyard area in which you can relax and enjoy a drink. Limited car parking is available at the hotel for guests’ use free of charge and the hotel also offers guests vouchers for the car park opposite.

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