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Kelham House Hotel in top 10 East Midlands hotels

Kelham House Hotel

Kelham House Hotel in Newark on Trent has been voted in the top 10 hotels in the East Midlands by Trivago’s inaugural Top Hotels of 2015 awards.

This is the first year that Trivago have run the awards, which are calculated purely on guest feedback aggregated from over 30 hotel review websites worldwide, with only hotels with over 400 combined reviews being considered in order to attain a truly diverse base of reviews.

Noel Mines, Group General Manager for Heritage Estates that owns Kelham House says that he and the team at Kelham House are extremely pleased to be awarded such an award by such a strong institution as Trivago.

“Kelham House Country Manor Hotel is overwhelmed at being placed 10th in the best hotels in the East Midlands by Trivago. We have an amazing team of people at Kelham House who all work incredibly hard to make sure every guest that stays is provided with the best customer care and service.. We have worked hard in the past 2 years to deliver that consistency and quality and now we can see the fruits of our labour.”

AA 3 star Kelham House Hotel is privately owned by Charlotte and Jon-Paul Davies who own Heritage Estates and boasts 12 luxury ensuite bedroom incorporating the 1 rosette Kitchen Garden restaurant. Nestled in 9 acres of formal gardens, woodland and paddocks Kelham House Hotel is the perfect venue for accommodation, dining, weddings and vents.

www.kelhamhouse.co.uk

Read the announcement from Trivago online for more detail.

Posted on 19 November 2015

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